The Semantics of Prepositions -- From Mental Processing to Natural Language Processing

Mouton de Gruyter (1993)
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Abstract

The majority of the papers in this volume were presented at a workshop on the semantics of prepositions held at the Institut für Angewandte Informationsforschung in February 1990. The broader topic is the conceptualization of space. The papers bring together different approaches to the mental process of interpreting prepositions, in particular, the computational processing of prepositions as predications of different cognitive domains. While no one presentation can claim to be exhaustive, it is hoped that the insights contained will inspire future discussions within cognitive linguistics.

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