ABSTRACT. Blache et al. present the Property Grammars formalism in which linguistic information corresponds to different kinds of constraints. Huffman offers an analysis of the French clitic object pronouns lui and le in the radically functional Columbia school framework, contrasting this framework with sentence-based treatments of case selection. Perrier models natural languages starting from linguistic knowledge and giving a central role to experimentation, expressing the linguistic knowledge by means of grammars and lexicons with the largest possible coverage.



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