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Coping with vagueness Understatements Langue du bois Coping with ambiguity Lexical-syntactic Textual Cultural Optimisation Form Content Process 3.1 Non-specificity of DI: Threats (Responsibility, Power, Stressors) It may be that not in every intervention

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A tanulmány célja a terminusok jelentésmeghatározásának vizsgálata szakirodalomból vett példákból kiindulva. Írásunkban összefoglaljuk a terminológiai osztályozáshoz szükséges legfontosabb ismereteket, majd egy terminológiai gráf elemein – mint alkalmas modellen – szemléltetjük az alkalmazás lehetőségeit. Egy, a hazai és a nemzetközi szakirodalomban többször előforduló terminus, a terrorizmus jelentésmeghatározásának problémáján mutatunk rá a definiálás optimalizálásának lehetőségeire.

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An Anthropologist on Mars. TOIVIAINEN, Petri 1997: Optimizing Self-Organizing Timbre Maps: Two Approaches. In: Music, Gestalt, and Computing. Studies in Cognitive and

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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the manifestations of the influence of perceptual-logical components of thinking on the evolutionary processes in the Russian lexis. The study is in line with a cognitive and evolutionary approach. Based on the information of anthroponymic sciences about degrees of perception and the quality of logics, this approach allows to take a deeper view on the main reasons of the phenomena. The review of historical transformations of the Russian lexis in terms of its perceptual-logical evolution suggests that native speakers of Russian tend to optimize the lexical system of Russian in a logical way: 1) by generalizing the lexical meanings; 2) by creating abstract vocabulary; 3) by word formation with the help of a variety of derivational means, including borrowings; 4) by overcoming mnemonic shortage using two available, metaphorical and metonymic, opportunities to create new lexical meanings; 5) by getting rid of the logical inconsistency of polynomials; 6) by distinguishing words derived from Church Slavonic and their native Russian equivalents; 7) by getting rid of the vernacular, not required for communication by the overwhelming majority of native speakers; 8) by logically returning obsolete nominations for communication needs; 9) by continuing the development of polysemy at the present time.

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and Jennifer Spenader . 2005 /2006. When production precedes comprehension: An optimization approach to the acquisition of pronouns. Language Acquisition 13 . 319 – 348

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. Denkowski , M. & Lavie , A. 2011 . Meteor 1.3: automatic metric for reliable optimization and evaluation of machine translation systems . Paper presented at the 6th Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation (EMNLP 2011), July 30–31, 2011

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. Choi , Hye-Won . 1999 . Optimizing structure in context: Scrambling and information structure . Stanford, CA : CSLI Publications . Chomsky , Noam . 2000

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. 297 – 334 . Nadarajan , Shanthi . 2006 . A crosslinguistic study of reduplication . Arizona Working Papers in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching 13 , 39 – 54 . Nevins , Andrew . 2005 . Overwriting does not optimize in nonconcatenative

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variables). 13 When fitting the models on our data, we followed the approach recommended by Winter (2019:260–264; 276–277): we did not conduct any model optimization, but compared the effect of each predictor variable and interaction to a model without the

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Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Authors: Péter Siptár and Szilárd Szentgyörgyi

Inkelas, Sharon 1994. The consequences of optimization for underspecification. Rutgers Optimality Archive. [ROA-40-1294, HTTP://RUCCS.RUTGERS.EDU/ROA.HTML] The consequences of optimization for underspecification

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