LRS stands in the context of various research strands. Therefore, the following collection of links might be useful for anyone interested in LRS and related research.
Related sites by this wiki's team
- www.english-linguistics.de a blog on linguistics with material for and/or by students.
- The youtube channel english.linguistics.server hosting video podcasts created for this wiki and for the blog english-linguistics.de.
- HPSG server at The Ohio State University: Website with current information on various aspects of the grammar formalism and linguistic theory of HPSG
- HPSG site at Stanford University: Website with links to HPSG-related research and activities, in particular to the activities at Stanford University
- HPSG in Tübingen
- http://fahs-wiki.soh.surrey.ac.uk/groups/fromcompetingtheoriestofieldworkarchi/: A page that provides a direct comparison of analyses in HPSG, LFG, and Minimalism.
- semanticsarchive.net: Archive for exchanging papers of interest to natural language semanticists and philosophers of language.
- glottopedia's semantics portal: The semantics portal of glottopedia,
- YouTube channel (by a professor of philosophy and logic in the UK) regarding different topics and variations of formal logic: https://youtube.com/c/AtticPhilosophy/videos
- (Self-)study guide for formal logic: https://www.logicmatters.net/tyl/
- Excellent book for basic logic (propositional logic, FOL, Fitch-style natural deduction proofs) for self-study: https://www.logicmatters.net/ifl/
- Introduction to Gödel’s incompleteness theorems: https://www.logicmatters.net/igt/
- Open Logic books: https://builds.openlogicproject.org/
- Tool for Turing machine visualization: https://turing.openlogicproject.org
- Natural deduction (Fitch-style) proof editor and checker: https://proofs.openlogicproject.org
- Dynamic Epistemic Logic Playground: https://vezwork.github.io/modallogic/
- Multlog: https://www.logic.at/multlog/
- Teaching tool for formal logic: https://carnap.io/
- TeXing tips for logic: https://www.logicmatters.net/latex-for-logicians/
- Logic symbols: https://www.logicmatters.net/latex-for-logicians/symbols/
- YouTube channel (by an associate professor of philosophy and logic in the UK) with online lectures (due to the Covid-19 pandemic) on formal logic: https://www.youtube.com/c/DoctorLogicVideos/videos
- Stefan Müller’s lecture on the basic implementation of formal semantics in HPSG. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1Rm2tb28Qg
- Daniel Gutzmann’s
- lecture series on formal (Montague) semantics (introductory level in German): https://www.youtube.com/c/DanielGutzmann-Linguistik/videos
- and the corresponding book: https://ubffm.hds.hebis.de/Record/HEB456326480
- Laurent Roussarie’s introduction to formal (Montague) semantics (introductory level in French): https://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/143
- Tutorial for PROLOG: http://learnprolognow.com
Also see the information and links in this wiki's section on computational tools for LRS