Complementation in Russian; theory and applicaton [by] Andrew S. Kozak.

by Andrew S. Kozak

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A presentation of the concept of complementation in Russian as seen from two points of view. An expansion and modification of the Russian view becomes an hypothesis, given in the form of complementation models. The models serve as a basis for the functional annotation of complements in Russian scientific text within the framework of dependency theory. Structured text in computer form is expected to provide the means to check the hypothesis and to establish refined syntactic categories.

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