- Author:et al. Allwood Jens
- Publisher:Max Niemeyer Verlag (1973)
- Subcategory:Dictionaries & Thesauruses
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Sagun Dhakwha & Jens Allwood. Jens Allwood, Bhim Narayan Regmi, Sagun Dhakwha & Ram Kisun Urnaw. The International Committee for the Co-ordination and Standardization of Speech Databases and Assessment Techniques, Oriental COCOSDA, 2012, Paper 55.
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Logic in Linguistics.
The book starts with an 'Introduction' that presents the main questions any linguist should ask, and briefly explains the ce distinction and sub-branches of linguistics. It also introduces 'hyphenated' disciplines which merit only a cursory mention in introductory textbooks, .
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Everything that Linguists have Always Wanted to Know about Logic. Allwood, Jens, Lars-Gunnar Andersson, Osten Dahl (1977) Logic in Linguistics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Everything that Linguists have Always Wanted to Know about Logic. by All-wood et al. (1977); it is not as comprehensive as McCawley's book, but its terminology is more stand-ard. Schoenfield, Joseph R. (1967) Mathematical Logic, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. Walkoe, Wilbur, Jr. (1976) "A Small Step Backwards," American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 83, pp. 338-344.