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= Lexical Resource Semantics (LRS) =
  
 
Lexical Resource Semantics is a constraint-based framework for formal semantics. It shares many ideas with Montague Grammar, but it employs different means of composing the meaning of phrases from their constituents.  
 
Lexical Resource Semantics is a constraint-based framework for formal semantics. It shares many ideas with Montague Grammar, but it employs different means of composing the meaning of phrases from their constituents.  
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* A list of [[Publications|publications]]
 
* A list of [[Publications|publications]]
 
* [[Teaching|Teaching material]] and information about LRS courses
 
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* [[Tools|Computational tools]] that use LRS or that allow you to use LRS
 
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* [[Links|Links]] to other sites that may be of interest if you like the material found on this wiki.
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If you find mistakes on these pages or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us at [mailto:lrs@english-linguistics.de lrs@english-linguistics.de]!
 
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Latest revision as of 13:38, 21 March 2016

Welcome to the wiki on Lexical Resource Semantics (LRS)!

Become a contributor to this Wiki!

We invite everyone interested to contribute to this wiki!!!

To do get an account, please send a message to sailer@em.uni-frankfurt.de, containing:

  • your real name
  • your e-mail address
  • your preferred username
  • a short statement about yourself and your interest in the wiki

Once your account request has been processed, you will receive a message from the wiki containing a temporary password. After this, just log in, change your password and start contributing!

Lexical Resource Semantics (LRS)

Lexical Resource Semantics is a constraint-based framework for formal semantics. It shares many ideas with Montague Grammar, but it employs different means of composing the meaning of phrases from their constituents.

This wiki started in the summer of 2012. It is still heavily under construction. So, you will still find many pages with less than complete content. We are sorry for this, but we are working on it!

In this wiki you will find information and resources about this framework. In particular:

If you find mistakes on these pages or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us at lrs@english-linguistics.de!