This is the most comprehensive, integrated account yet published of the properties of question formations and their variations across languages. Movement in Language develops a new set of arguments for the controversial claim that syntax should be understood derivationally; that is, that the best model of language is one in which sentences are constructed in a series of operations that precede or follow each other in time. The arguments are exemplified through reference to a number of languages, including Bulgarian, Japanese, English, Chinese, and Serbo-Croatian.
The Qal passive participle of geminate verbs in Biblical Hebrew / Moshe Bar-Asher-Problems of noun inflection in Arabic: reflections on the diptote declension / Joshua Blau-The kingdoms of Judah and Israel and ancient Hebrew history writing / John A. Emerton-Sequences of commands in Biblical Hebrew / Steven E. Fassberg-The paragogic nun in rhetorical perspective / W. Randall Garr-Forms and functions of the finite verb in Ugaritic narrative verse / Edward L. Greenstein-On the etymology of the Hebrew relative [še-] / John Huehnergard-Continuity and change in Biblical Hebrew: the linguistic history of a formulaic idiom from the realm of the Royal Court / Avi Hurvitz-The disappearance of iterative WEQATAL in the Biblical Hebrew verbal system / Jan Joosten-Homonymy and polysemy in the New modern Hebrew lexicon of the Hebrew Bible / Menaḥem Zevi Kaddari-Some aspects of the copula in North West Semitic / Geoffrey Khan-Hebrew and Aramaic in the First Millennium B.C.E. in the light of epigraphic evidence (socio-historical aspects) / André Lemaire-New Hebrew ostraca from the Shephelah / André Lemaire and Ada Yardeni-On the language and text of Exodus 18 / Mordechay Mishor-The discourse functions of object/adverbial-fronting in Biblical Hebrew / Adina Moshavi-The Biblical Hebrew verbal system in poetry / Alviero Niccacci-The human characters' names in the Ugaritic poems: onomastic eccentricity in Bronze-Age West Semitic and the name Daniel in particular / M. O'Connor-Linguistic and stylistic aspects of epic formulae in Ancient Semitic poetry and Biblical narrative / Frank H. Polak-The pausal pataḥ in Biblical Hebrew / Elisha Qimron-Israelian Hebrew in the Song of Songs / Gary A. Rendsburg
Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop in London, United Kingdom, June 25–27, 2001
Author: S.J. Gortler,K. Myzskowski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book contains the proceedings of the lih Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, th which took place from the 25 to the 27th of June, 2001, in London, United Kingdom. Over the past 11 years, the workshop has become the premier forum dedicated to research in rendering. Much of the work in rendering now appearing in other conferences and journals builds on ideas originally presented at the workshop. This year we received a total of 74 submissions. Each paper was carefully reviewed by two of the 28 international programme committee members, as well as external reviewers, selected by the co-chairs from a pool of 125 individuals. In this review process, all submissions and reviews were handled electronically, with the exception of videos submitted with a few of the papers. The overall quality of the submissions was exceptionally high. Space and time constraints forced the committee to make some difficult decisions. In the end, 29 by papers were accepted, and they appear here. Almost all papers are accompanied color images, which appear at the end of the book. The papers treat the following varied topics: methods for local and global illumination, techniques for acquisition and modeling from images, image-based rendering, new image representations, hardware assisted methods, shadow algorithms, visibility, perception, texturing, and filtering. Each year, in addition to the reviewed contributions, the workshop includes invited presentations from internationally recognized experts.
How to Talk Through Any Difficult Situation at Work
Author: Donna Flagg
Publisher: Peter Gbolagade Akintunde
Category: Business & Economics
The essential guide for managers and professionals dealing with difficult workplace conversations "Surviving Dreaded Conversations" gives managers all they need to get through those difficult, face-to-face conversations we all encounter in our office. Whether it's firing an employee, asking for a raise or delivering bad financial news to a client or staff, expert author Donna Flagg shows readers how to stop putting off these uncomfortable conversations and start successfully facing them head-on. Filled with tips, strategies, exercises, and easy-to-memorize scripts for effective preparation, "Surviving Dreaded Conversations" is packed with practical advice to help professionals get through the rough spots in the workplace.
This volume presents essays by some of the leading figures in the vanguard of theoretical linguistics within the framework of universal grammmar. One of the first books to adopt the "minimalist" framework to syntactic analysis, it includes a central essay by Noam Chomsky on the minimalist program and covers a range of topics in syntax and morphology. Contributors: Luigi Burzio, Héctor Campos, Noam Chomsky, Joseph E. Emonds, Robert Freidin, James Harris, Ray Jackendoff, Paula Kempchinsky, Howard Lasnik, Claudia Parodi, Carlos Piera, A. Carlos Quicoli, Dominique Sportiche, Esther Torrego.
And for Repairing and Widening the Road Branching Out of the Said Road at Coleorton Church, Over Coleorton Moor, and Through Worthington and Sutton Bonington, to Rempston, in the Counties of Leicester and Nottingham