Publications

Accepted

  • Rainer Osswald and Robert D. Van Valin, Jr. 2022. The description of transitive directed motion in Lakhota (Siouan). In: Benjamin Fagard and Laure Sarda (eds.), Neglected Aspects of Motion-Event Description: Deixis, Asymmetries, Constructions, Human Cognitive Processing 72, 209–233. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. To appear. [preprint]
  • Laura Kallmeyer and Rainer Osswald (accepted by the editors): Formalization of RRG syntax. In Delia Bentley, Ricardo Mairal, Wataru Nakamura and Robert D. Van Valin, Jr. (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Role and Reference Grammar. To appear with Cambridge University Press.
  • Tatiana Bladier, Gosse Minnema, Rik van Noord, Kilian Evang: Improving DRS Parsing with Separately Predicted Semantic Roles. Proceedings of CSTFRS.
  • Kilian Evang, Laura Kallmeyer, Jakub Waszczuk, Kilu von Prince, Tatiana Bladier, Simon Petitjean: Improving Low-resource RRG Parsing with Cross-lingual Self-training. Proceedings of COLING 2022.

2022

2021

  • Rainer Osswald. 2021. Activities, Accomplishments and Causation. In: Robert D. Van Valin, Jr. (ed.), Challenges in the analysis of the syntax-semantics-pragmatics interface: A Role and Reference Grammar perspective, 3–30. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [preprint]
  • Kata Balogh and Rainer Osswald: A frame-based analysis of verbal particles in Hungarian. In: Sebastian Löbner, Thomas Gamerschlag, Tobias Kalenscher, Markus Schrenk & Henk Zeevat (eds.), Concepts, Frames and Cascades in Semantics, Cognition and Ontology, pp. 219-237. Springer.
  • Marios Andreou and Simon Petitjean: An XMG account of multiplicity of meaning in derivation. In: Sebastian Löbner, Thomas Gamerschlag, Tobias Kalenscher, Markus Schrenk & Henk Zeevat (eds.), Concepts, Frames and Cascades in Semantics, Cognition and Ontology, pp. 181-199. Springer.
  • Kilu von Prince, Rainer Osswald, Laura Kallmeyer, Simon Petitjean, David Arps, Natalia Moors: Corpus-based annotation of argument marking in DaakakaAbstract presented at The 16th International Conference on Role and Reference Grammar, Toronto, Canada.
  • David Arps,  Tatiana Bladier, Kilian Evang, Laura Kallmeyer, Robin Möllemann, Rainer Osswald, Simon Petitjean: Elementary trees in RRGparbank. Abstract presented at The 16th International Conference on Role and Reference Grammar, Toronto, Canada.
  • Valeria Generalova: Whipping the Linking Algorithm into the feature structure shape. Abstract presented at The 16th International Conference on Role and Reference Grammar, Toronto, Canada.
  • Valeria Generalova: A conceptualization of language-specific metagrammatical classes in a multilingual project. In: M. Y. Pedersen & A. Pavlova (ed.) Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2021 Student Session, pp. 188-197.
  • Valeria Generalova, Describing valence-increasing constructions with XMG. In: F. Namer (ed.) Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Resources and Tools for Derivational Morphology (DeriMo 2021), pp. 61-69, 2021.
  • Kilian Evang, Tatiana Bladier, Laura Kallmeyer and Simon Petitjean (2021): Bootstrapping Role and Reference Grammar Treebanks via Universal Dependencies. Proceedings of Universal Dependencies Workshop 2021 (UDW 2021).

2020

2019

2018

  • Tatiana Bladier, Andreas van Cranenburgh, Younes Samih and Laura Kallmeyer (2018). German and French Neural Supertagging Experiments for LTAG Parsing. ACL 2018 Student Research Workshop, Melbourne, Australia.
  • David Arps and Simon Petitjean (2018). A Parser for LTAG and Frame Semantics. Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018), Miyazaki, Japan.
  • Rainer Osswald and Laura Kallmeyer (2018). Towards a formalization of Role and Reference Grammar. In Rolf Kailuweit, Eva Staudinger & Lisann Künkel (eds.), Applying and expanding Role and Reference Grammar (NIHIN Studies), Freiburg: Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Universitätsbibliothek.
  • Tatiana Bladier, Andreas van Cranenburgh, Kilian Evang, Laura Kallmeyer, Robin Möllemann and Rainer Osswald (2018). RRGbank: a Role and Reference Grammar Corpus of Syntactic Structures Extracted from the Penn Treebank. In Proceedings of International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theory TLT17, December 2018, Oslo.
  • Tatiana Bladier, Andreas van Cranenburgh, Kilian Evang, Laura Kallmeyer, Robin Möllemann and Rainer Osswald (2018). RRGbank—creating a Role and Reference Grammar resource through an automatic conversion of the Penn treebank. Abstract presented at Grammar and Corpora GAC 2018.
  • Matías Guzmán Naranjo, Laura Kallmeyer and Simon Petitjean (2018). A clustering method for tree family induction for Tree Adjoining Grammars. Abstract presented at Grammar and Corpora GAC 2018.
  • Matías Guzmán Naranjo and Laura Becker (2018). Quantitative Word Order Typology with UD. 2018. Proceedings of the 17th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT 2018), December 13–14, 2018, Oslo University, Norway. Issue 155. Pages 91-104.

2017