Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey

Gärtner H-M, Michaelis J (2007)
In: Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop. Dublin: 87-98.

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Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10 [ESSLLI-Workshop]
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2007-08-13 – 2007-08-17
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Gärtner H-M, Michaelis J. Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey. In: Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop. Dublin; 2007: 87-98.
Gärtner, H. - M., & Michaelis, J. (2007). Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey. Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop, 87-98.
Gärtner, H. - M., and Michaelis, J. (2007). “Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey” in Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop (Dublin), 87-98.
Gärtner, H.-M., & Michaelis, J., 2007. Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey. In Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop. Dublin, pp. 87-98.
H.-M. Gärtner and J. Michaelis, “Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey”, Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop, Dublin: 2007, pp.87-98.
Gärtner, H.-M., Michaelis, J.: Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey. Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop. p. 87-98. Dublin (2007).
Gärtner, Hans-Martin, and Michaelis, Jens. “Locality Conditions and the Complexity of Minimalist Grammars. A Preliminary Survey”. Model-Theoretic Syntax at 10. Proceedings of the ESSLLI-Workshop. Dublin, 2007. 87-98.
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