Sunday, March 31, 2013

Linear Logic for Linguists

Cayman Islands from Space
This post is mostly an excuse to add a link to some old ESSLLI 2000 lectures notes on Linear Logic for Linguists. I hope to make them into a book, adding some new material, but in the meanwhile it would be good to have them in a place that I can find. Some of the time...
The notes were also used in a course in Stanford in 2002 by Ash Asudeh and Dick Crouch, Resource Accounting at the Syntax-Semantics Interface. 
and they were the basis of another ESSLLI course in 2004.
Ash and Dick wrote several papers together, of which I need to read "Coordination and Parallelism in Glue Semantics: Integrating Discourse Cohesion and the Element Constraint".

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