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Inferring aspectuality on French sentences: a minimalist approach

Abstract

Current models of temporality in language are either inaccurate or too complex to be cognitively plausible. We present a cognitive model of the computation of aspect in French. Our approach emphasizes the importance of minimalism for cognitive plausibility: structures and computation are kept simple and combinatorial explosion is avoided. Though the model and its current implementation remain partial for now, our approach opens the way to a generic and cognitively plausible method for the determination of aspect.
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hal-00723803 , version 1 (14-08-2012)

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Damien Munch, Jean-Louis Dessalles. Inferring aspectuality on French sentences: a minimalist approach. CogSci 2012, Aug 2012, Sapporo, Japan. pp.2055-2060. ⟨hal-00723803⟩
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