LOGO and natural language

Part Two. Applications

The LOGO systems provided in Part Two assume the level of competence acquired via Part One (or by some other means). They are grouped into three subsections on linguistic grounds but appear otherwise in no particular order. You will find that there is considerable variation in their degree of difficulty.

It is hoped that this part will extend over time. Any authors wishing to contribute a unit to appear under their own name should feel free to contact me.

Sounds (and letters)

Phonological background

Construction - and deconstruction - time

Parsing

Restructuring

Words and sentences

The conversion of Lonely Hearts

Production systems

Ways with words

Playtime

Sense and nonsense

Telling tales

Making asumptions

All change



Ron Brasington
Department of Linguistic Science
The University of Reading
Reading
UK

E-mail: ron.brasington@rdg.ac.uk