Mayfest 2007: Where, When and Why is Hierarchy Needed?
Mayfest is a workshop that brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines and perspectives to discuss fundamental issues in linguistics. Over the course of two days, participants engage in talks and discussion sessions to stimulate new insights and collaboration.
- Edward Stabler, Language structure, depth, and processing
- Terence Langendoen, Finite-state linguistic structure building
- Robert Chametzky, No derivation without representation
- Richard Larson and Naomi Harada, On Datives in Japanese
- Pauline Jacobson, Does grammar 'see' structure? The view from Direct Compositionality
- Jason Eisner, Discovering Syntactic Deep Structure via Bayesian Statistics
- Michael Wagner, Recursive Generalization vs. Recursive Representation in Prosody
- Mark Steedman, The Combinatory Manifesto