Schriften

T.Avgustinova (2011) Comprehensive Minimal Dependency Approach to Lean Annotation of Morphosyntactic Phenomena. Ju. Stoyanova & H. Kuyukchiev (eds.) Psychology and Linguistics. Papers in Honor of Prof. Encho Gerganov.  Sofia: Prosveta, pp.  221-239

T.Avgustinova (2011) Parallel construction of Slavic grammatical resources. A.E.Kibrik et al. (Eds.) Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies: DIALOG 2011, vol. (10) 17.  Russian State Humanitarian University, Moscow,  pp. 41-50

T.Avgustinova and Y.Zhang (2010) Conversion of a Russian dependency treebank into HPSG derivations. Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT'9). M. Dickinson, K. Müürisep and M. Passarotti (Eds.) NEALT Proceedings Series, Vol. 9, pp. 7-18.

T.Avgustinova and Y.Zhang (2009) Exploiting the Russian National Corpus in the Development of a Russian Resource GrammarAdaptation of Language Resources and Technology to New Domains at the RANLP 2009 Conference,  Borovets, Bulgaria (paper)

T.Avgustinova and Y.Zhang (2009) Parallel Grammar Engineering for Slavic LanguagesWorkshop on Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks at the ACL/IJCNLP 2009 Conference, Singapore

T.Avgustinova and Y.Zhang (2009) Developing a Russian HPSG based on the Russian National CorpusDELPH-IN Summit 2009, Barcelona

T.Avgustinova (2008) Review ofKlaus Welke (2007) Einführung in die Satzanalyse (Constituent Analysis in German) In: LINGUIST List: Vol-19-1002. Tue Mar 25 2008. ISSN: 1068-4875

E.Paskaleva and T.Avgustinova (2007) On the typology of Russian-Bulgarian cognates as statistically extracted from aligned parallel corpora. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL-7). Leipzig.

T.Avgustinova (2007) Linguistically Informed Fine Tuning (LIFT) Across Slavic Languages. A Common NLP Paradigm for Balkan Languages - International Workshop, RANLP-2007. Borovets, Bulgaria.

T.Avgustinova (2007) Generalized Dependency Theory. Proceedings of the 19th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop: Data interpretation in linguisitc analysis. Saarbrücken (handout)

T.Avgustinova (2007) Language Family Oriented Perspective in Multilingual Grammar DesignLinguistik InternationalBand 17. Peter Lang - Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaft.  Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien. ISBN 978-3-631-55362-6 / US-ISBN 978-0-8204-9925-3 [order a review copy]

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2006) Shared and Non-Shared Grammar in Modelling Slavic Morphosyntax. Readings in Multilinguality. Selected papers for young researchers in BIS-21++. G.Angelova, K.Simov, and M.Slavcheva (Editors). Institute for Parallel Processing, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Sofia (Published by Incoma Ltd., Shoumen, Bulgaria). Pages 9-16

T.Avgustinova (2006) Grammatical Relatedness of Slavic Languages Taken Seriously. Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Formal Approaches to South Slavic and Balkan Languages FASSBL-5 (Dedicated to the 75th Anniversary of Prof. Jordan Penchev). S.Koeva and M.Dimitrova-Vulchanova (Editors), Sofia. Pages 19-22

T.Avgustinova (2006)  A Functional Typology of Copular "be": Towards an HPSG Formalisation. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. S.Müller (Editor), CSLI Publications. Pages 27-38on-line CSLI publication)

T.Avgustinova (2004) Shared Grammar: A Language-family-oriented Perspective in Grammar Design. Philosophische Fakultät II - Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften, Antrittsvorlesung (20 December 2004) / Inauguration Lecture, Universität des Saarlandes

T.Avgustinova (2003)  Reconsidering agreement. Philosophische Fakultät II - Sprach-, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften, Habilitationskolloquium. Universität des Saarlandes, 8 July 2003 (slides)

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2003)  Reconsidering the relations in constructions with non-verbal predicates. Investigations into Formal Slavic Linguistics. Contributions of the Fourth European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL IV). P.Kosta, J.Blaszczak, J.Frasek, L.Geist and M.Zygis (Editors), Peter Lang Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaft: Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien. (Linguistik International 10). Part II, Pages 483-498.

T.Avgustinova (2003) Russian infinitival existential constructions from an HPSG perspective. Investigations into Formal Slavic Linguistics. Contributions of the Fourth European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL IV). P.Kosta, J.Blaszczak, J.Frasek, L.Geist and M.Zygis (Editors), Peter Lang Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaft: Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien. (Linguistik International 10). Part II, Pages 461-482. 

T.Avgustinova (2003)  Metagrammar of systematic relations: a study with special reference to Slavic morphosyntax. Syntactic Structures and Morphological Information. U.Junghanns and L.Szucsich (Editors), Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin / New York 2003. (Interface Explorations 7) ISBN 3-11-017824-9. Pages 1-24. 

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2003) Towards a typology of agreement phenomena. The Role of Agreement in Natural Language: TLS 5 Proceedings. W. E. Griffin (Editor), Texas Linguistics Forum 53. Austin, TX 2003. Pages 167-180. (on-linealternative URL

T.Avgustinova (2002) Shared grammatical resources for Slavic languages. Selected topics in multilingual grammar design. Habilitationsschrift. Universität des Saarlandes. 

T.Avgustinova (2002) Clustering Clitics in Bulgarian Nominal Constituents. Current Approaches to Formal Slavic Linguistics. P.Kosta and J.Frasek (Editors), Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien. (Linguistik International. Band 9) ISSN 1436-6150, ISBN 3-631-50311-3. 

T.Avgustinova (2002) Review of Goldsmith, John A., ed. (1999) Phonological Theory: The Essential Readings. Blackwell Publishers, viii+438pp, paperback ISBN 0-631-20470-9. In: LINGUIST List 13.621. Thu, Mar 7 2002. 

T.Avgustinova (2001) Distinguishing argument structure, syntactic dependents and valence in HPSG: relevance for Slavic Current Issues in Formal Slavic Linguistics. G.Zybatow, U.Junghanns, G.Mehlhorn and L.Szucsich (Editors), Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang GmbH, Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaften. Linguistik Interantional: Volume 5, pages 554-567 

B.Andreeva, T.Avgustinova and W.Barry (2001)  Link-associated and focus-associated accent patterns in BulgarianCurrent Issues in Formal Slavic Linguistics. G.Zybatow, U.Junghanns, G.Mehlhorn and L.Szucsich (Editors), Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang GmbH, Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaften. Linguistik Interantional: Volume 5, pages 353-364 

T.Avgustinova (2001) Arguments, grammatical relations, and diathetic paradigm. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. D.Flichinger and A.Kathol (Editors), CSLI Publications, pages 23-42 (on-line CSLI publication

T.Avgustinova (2001) Russian infinitival existential constructions from an HPSG perspective. Presented at the Fourth European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL4), Potsdam (paper

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2001) Reconsidering the relations in constructions with non-verbal predicates. Presented at the Fourth European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL4), Potsdam (paper

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2001) Towards a typology of agreement phenomena. Texas Linguistic Society Conference "The role of agreement in natural languages", March 2-4, University of Texas, Austin (slidespaper

T.Avgustinova (2001) Review of Stump, Gregory T. (2001) Inflectional Morphology: A Theory of Paradigm Structure (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 93). Cambridge University Press, hardback ISBN: 0-19-512600-9, xvi+308pages. In: LINGUIST List 12.1861. Thu, 19 Jul 2001. 

T.Avgustinova (2001) Review of Corbett, Greville G. (2000) Number. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics, xx+358 pages. In: LINGUIST List 12.1357. Thu May 17 2001. 

T.Avgustinova (2001) Review of Levine, Robert D., and Georgia M. Green, Eds. (1999) Studies in Contemporary Phrase Structure Grammar, Cambridge University Press, 335 pages. In: LINGUIST List: Vol-12-492. Thu Feb 22 2001. ISSN: 1068-4875 

T.Avgustinova (2001) Shared grammatical resources for Slavic languages. Selected topics in multilingual grammar design. DFG-Absclußbericht (Mai 1998 - April 2000, September 2000 - August 2001), Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova and H.Uszkoreit (2000) An ontology of systematic relations for a shared grammar of Slavic. Proceedings of The 18th International Conference on Computational Linguistics COLING'2000, Saarbrücken, Vol.1, pages 28-34 (regular paper

T.Avgustinova (2000) Gaining the perspective of language-family-oriented grammar design: predicative special clitics in Slavic. Proceedings of GLiP-1, Workshop on Generative Linguistics in Poland, Warszawa, Poland, 13-14 November 1999. P.Bański and A.Przepórkowski (Editors) IPI PAN, Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, pages 5-14

T.Avgustinova (2000) Arguments, grammatical relations, and diathetic paradigm. Proceedings of Berkely Formal Grammar Conference: LFG'2000 and HPSG'2000, University of California, Berkeley, pages 85-89 (abstracthandout

T.Avgustinova (2000) Review of Bruce Tesar and Paul Smolensky. Learnability in Optimality Theory. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2000. In: LINGUIST List: Vol-11-2024. Sat Sep 23 2000. ISSN: 1068-4875 

T.Avgustinova and B.Andreeva (1999) Thematic Intonation Patterns in Bulgarian Clitic Replication. Poceedings of The XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Studies (ICPhS'99), San Francisco, pages 1501-1504 

T.Avgustinova (1999) Prosodic Constraints in Morphosyntactic Domains. Beiträge der Europäischen Slavistischen Linguistik (POLYSLAV-2). K.Böttger, M.Giger and B.Wiemar (Editors), Die Welt der Slaven, Band 4, Verlag Otto Sagner, München, pages 10-15 

T.Avgustinova, W.Skut and H.Uszkoreit (1999) Typological Similarities in HPSG: A Case Study on Slavic Verb Diathesis. Slavic in HPSG. CSLI Publications. R.D.Borsley and A.Przepiórkowski (Editors), pages 1-28 

T.Avgustinova (1999) Distinguishing argument structure, syntactic dependents and valence in HPSG. Presented at the Third European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL3), Leipzig (abstract

T.Avgustinova and B.Andreeva (1999) Link-associated and focus associated accent patterns in Bulgarian. Presentated at the Third European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL3), Leipzig (abstract

T.Avgustinova, C.Gardent and K.Oliva (1999) Binding of reciprocals with particular respect to CzechCLAUS-Report Nr.109, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1999) Shared grammatical resources for Slavic languages (selected topics in multilingual grammar design). Arbeitsbericht und Forscungsschwerpunkte, December 1999, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1999) Gaining the perspective of language-family oriented grammar design. Selected Topics in Multilingual Grammar Design (Based on Data from Slavic Language Family). DFG-Zwischenbericht Mai 1998 - April 1999, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1998) On Word Order Types in Bulgarian. Beiträge der Europäischen Slavistischen Linguistik (POLYSLAV-1). M.Giger and B.Wiemar (Editors), München: Verlag Otto Sagner (Die Welt der Slaven, Sammelbände. 2.), pages 19-25 

T.Avgustinova (1998) Determinedness and Replication Potential of Nominal Material in Bulgarian. Balkanistica. D.L.Dyer (Editor), Volume 11, pages 1-17 

T.Avgustinova and B.Andreeva (1998) Intonational Properties of Bulgarian Replicated Nominal Material (A Study Based on Map Task Dialogues). First Conference on Linguistic Theory in Eastern European Languages (CLITE-1), Szeged, Hungary 

T.Avgustinova (1998) Review of Walter A. Cook. S.J. (1998) "Case Grammar Applied" A Publication of The Summer Institute of Linguistics and The University of Texas at Arlington. 1998. In: LINGUIST List: Vol-9-1813. Sun Dec 20 1998. ISSN: 1068-4875 

T.Avgustinova (1997) Word Order and Clitics in BulgarianSaarbrücken Dissertations in Computational Linguistics and Language TechnologyVolume 5 (electronic version in PDF

T.Avgustinova (1997)  An HPSG Approach to the Syntax of Bulgarian RelativesFormale Slavistik. U.Junghanns and G.Zybatow (Editors), Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert Verlag, 177-191 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1997) On the Nature of the Wackernagel Position in CzechFormale Slavistik. U.Junghanns and G.Zybatow (Editors), Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert Verlag, 25-47 

T.Avgustinova and W.Skut (1997) Encoding Common Slavic Linguistic Knowledge in HPSG. Presented at the Second European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL2), Potsdam 

T.Avgustinova (1997) Clustering Clitics in Bulgarian Nominal Constituents. Presented at the Second European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL2), Potsdam (paper)

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1997)  The Proper Treatment of Binding in HPSG (in general) and in Czech (in particular). Proceedings of the 30th Poznan Linguistic Meeting, Workshop on Slavic Languages in HPSG, Poznan 

T.Avgustinova and W.Skut (1997) Panslavism Revisited. Presented at the 30th Poznan Linguistic Meeting, Workshop on Slavic Languages in HPSG, Poznan 

T.Avgustinova (1997) Determinedness Constraints on Clitic Replication. CLAUS-Report Nr.87, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1996)  The Communicative Nature of the Wackernagel Position. Presented at the Prague School Linguistics Conference, Prague

T.Avgustinova (1996) Between Lexicon and Syntax Proper. CLAUS-Report Nr.80, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1996) Relative Clause Constructions in Bulgarian HPSG. CLAUS-Report Nr.71, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1996) Unbounded Dependencies in HPSG Without Traces Or Lexical Rules. CLAUS-Report Nr.70, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1996)  An HPSG-style Grammar of Bulgarian (for the Purposes of a Grammar-Checker Implementation). Project LATESLAV, Final Deliverable Report, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1995) Wackernagel Position and Related Phenomena in Czech. Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch. Band 41. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pages 21-42 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1995)  The Position of Sentential Clitics in the Czech Clause. CLAUS-Report Nr.68, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1994) On Bulgarian Verbal Clitics. Journal of Slavic Linguistics. 2:1, pages 29-47 

T.Avgustinova (1994) Morphosyntactic Phrase - Evidence from Bulgarian. Project LATESLAV, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1993) On Bulgarian Verb Clitics. CLAUS-Report Nr.33, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova (1993)  Review of: Peter Sells, Stuart M. Shieber, and Thomas Wasow (editors). Foundational Issues in Natural Language Processing. System Development Foundation Benchmark Series. A Bradford Book, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts / London, England. 1991. In: The Prague Bulletin of Mathematixal Linguistics. Volume 59-60, Univerzita Karlova Praha 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1991) The Structure of Bulgarian Verb Complex. CLAUS-Report Nr.4, Universität des Saarlandes 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1990) Syntactic Description of Free Word Order Languages. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational Linguistics COLING'90 Volume 3, Helsinki, pages 311-313 

T.Avgustinova, K.Oliva and E.Paskaleva (1989) An HPSG-based parser for Bulgarian. Proceedings of the International seminar on machine translation "Computer and Translation", Tbilissi, Publ.House of All-Union Transl. Centre, Moscow, pages 10-12 

T.Avgustinova and K.Oliva (1989) Word order in Bulgarian verb complex. Presented at the 12th Biannual Meeting of Societas Linguistica Europea, Varna 

T.Avgustinova and E.Paskaleva (1989) Computational modelling of inflectional morphology (based on Bulgarian and Russian data). Presented at the 4th Scando-Bulgarian Symposium, Helsinki 

T.Avgustinova (1987) Study of the Semantico-Syntactic Structure of the Adjective Phrase in Bulgarian (for the Purposes of the Automatic Syntactic Parsing). Diploma Thesis, St. Kliment Ohridski University, Sofia (in Bulgarian) 

T.Avgustinova (1983) Noun Phrases with Adverbial Temporal Meaning in Polish and Bulgarian. Course Thesis, Faculty of Slavonic Philologies, St. Kliment Ohridski University, Sofia (in Bulgarian)

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