Lauri Karttunen

Lauri Karttunen is an Adjunct Professor in Linguistics at Stanford and an ACL Fellow.wikipedia
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Presupposition

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He published a series of seminal papers on discourse referents, presuppositions, implicative verbs, conventional implicatures, and questions.
The following is a selection of presuppositional triggers following Stephen C. Levinson's classic textbook on Pragmatics, which in turn draws on a list produced by Lauri Karttunen.

Finite-state transducer

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In the 1980s Karttunen became, along with Ronald M. Kaplan, Martin Kay, and Kimmo Koskenniemi, one of the pioneers in computational linguistics on the application of finite-state transducers to phonology and morphology.
Pioneers in this field include Ronald Kaplan, Lauri Karttunen, Martin Kay and Kimmo Koskenniemi.

Stanford University centers and institutes

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He is currently working on Language and Natural Reasoning at [[Stanford University Centers and Institutes#Center for the Study of Language and Information|CSLI]].
Researchers associated with CSLI include Ronald Kaplan, Patrick Suppes, Edward N. Zalta, the mathematicians Keith Devlin, and Solomon Feferman, the linguists Ivan Sag and Joan Bresnan, Annie Zaenen, Lauri Karttunen, and psychologists Herb Clark, B. J. Fogg and Clifford Nass.

Kimmo Koskenniemi

In the 1980s Karttunen became, along with Ronald M. Kaplan, Martin Kay, and Kimmo Koskenniemi, one of the pioneers in computational linguistics on the application of finite-state transducers to phonology and morphology.
In the early 1980s Koskenniemi's work became accessible by early adopters such as Lauri Karttunen, Ronald M. Kaplan and Martin Kay, first at the University of Texas Austin, later at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center.

Doctor of Philosophy

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Karttunen received his Ph.D. in Linguistics in 1969 from Indiana University in Bloomington.

Indiana University Bloomington

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Karttunen received his Ph.D. in Linguistics in 1969 from Indiana University in Bloomington.

University of Texas at Austin

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At the University of Texas at Austin in the 1970s he worked mostly on semantics.

Implicature

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He published a series of seminal papers on discourse referents, presuppositions, implicative verbs, conventional implicatures, and questions.

Ronald Kaplan

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In the 1980s Karttunen became, along with Ronald M. Kaplan, Martin Kay, and Kimmo Koskenniemi, one of the pioneers in computational linguistics on the application of finite-state transducers to phonology and morphology.

Martin Kay

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In the 1980s Karttunen became, along with Ronald M. Kaplan, Martin Kay, and Kimmo Koskenniemi, one of the pioneers in computational linguistics on the application of finite-state transducers to phonology and morphology.

PARC (company)

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Commercial versions of the finite-state technology developed by Karttunen and his colleagues at PARC and XRCE have been licensed by Xerox to many companies including SAP and Microsoft.

Association for Computational Linguistics

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The Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) gives each year at its Annual Meeting a "Lifetime Achievement Award."

Paul Grice

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Grice did not elaborate much on the notion of conventional implicature, but many other authors have tried to give more extensive theories of it, including Lauri Karttunen and Stanley Peters, Kent Bach, Stephen Neale, and Christopher Potts.

List of Stanford University people

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