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Mathematical Modeling of Frames

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Funding period 1: 01.07.2011 – 30.06.2015
Funding period 2: 01.07.2015 – 30.06.2019

Project A01 develops the mathematical foundations for a theory of frames as applied in other CRC projects. It aims at an integrative mathematical theory of frames that incorporates different formalisms and formal techniques like theories of combining systems, dependence, modal and arrow logics, probability theory and game theory. The overall aim is to arrive at a compositional and incremental model of sentence processing. To this end A01 analyses event concepts in terms of temporal and causal relations, different kinds of quantification and modification as well as the relationship between formal semantics and theories of cognitive processes in neuroscience.

Project proposal: [ pdf ]

Head of the project

Prof. Dr. Wiebke Petersen
Institut für Sprache und Information
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Phone: +49 211 81-152 95
Email: petersew@uni-duesseldorf.de

Staff

Dr. habil. Ralf Naumann
Phone: +49 211 81-12436
Email: naumann@phil.uni-duesseldorf.de

Associated

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Löbner
Phone: +49 211 81-133 99
Email: loebner@phil.uni-duesseldorf.de

Prof. Dr. Henk Zeevat
Phone: +49 211 81-03189
Email: H.W.Zeevat@uva.nl

Alumni

Dr. Alexandros Tillas
Email: tillas@edlit.auth.gr

Tanja Osswald
Email: tosswald@phil.uni-duesseldorf.de

Under review / accepted for publication

Fleischhauer, J., Gamerschlag, T., and Petersen, W. (accepted). Why event structure templates are not enough – A frame account of leaking and droning. Accepted for the proceedings of TbiLLC 2017.

Gamerschlag, T., and Petersen, W. (under review). On the fictive reading of German steigen ‘climb, rise’ – A frame account. In S. Löbner, T. Gamerschlag, T. Kalenscher, M. Schrenk, and H. Zeevat (Eds.), Cognitive Structures – Linguistic, Philosophical, and Psycho-
logical Perspectives. Accepted by the editors, Springer.

Löbner, S. (under review). Cascades. Goldman‘s level-generation, multilevel conceptualization of action, and verb semantics. S. Löbner, T. Gamerschlag, T. Kalenscher, M. Schrenk and H. Zeevat (eds.), Cognitive Structures – Linguistic, Philosophical, and Psychological Perspectives, Dordrecht: Springer. Accepted by the volume editors.

Löbner, S. (to appear 2019). The Partee paradox: rising temperatures and numbers. In Daniel Gutzmann, Lisa Matthewson, Cécile Meier, Hotze Rullmann and Thomas Ede Zimmermann (eds.) The Wiley Companion to Semantics (3 vols.). Hoboken NJ: Wiley. [pdf]

Naumann, R., & Gamerschlag, T. (under review). Serial verb constructions and covert coordinations in Edo – an analysis in type-logical grammar. Submitted to Journal of Language Modelling.

Naumann, R., & Petersen, W. (submitted). A formal theory of frames with an application to plural quantification and cross-sentential anaphora.

Naumann, R., & Petersen, W. (accepted). Bridging inferences in a dynamic frame theory. Accepted for Proceedings of 12th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation.

Tillas, A. (accepted). Emotion and Effective Learning. In T. Feldges (Ed.), Philosophy and the Study of Education. Routledge Education Studies Series. Routledge.

2018

Balogh, K., & Petersen, W. (Eds.). (2018). Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics. Preproceedings of BRIDGE-18.

Beckmann, N., Indefrey, P., & Petersen, W. (2018). Words count, but thoughts shift: a frame-based account to conceptual shifts in noun countability. Issues of Cognitive Linguistics (Voprosy Kognitivnoy Lingvistiki), 2, 79–89.

Löbner, S. (2018).  Barsalou-Frames in Wort- und Satzsemantik. In S.  Engelberg, H. Lobin, K. Steyer, S. Wolfer (Hrsg.) Wortschätze. Dynamik, Muster, Komplexität. Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter. S. 189–212.

Naumann, R., Petersen, W., & Gamerschlag, T. (2018). Underspecified changes: a dynamic, probabilistic frame theory for verbs. In U. Sauerland & S. Solt (Eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22 (Vol. 2, pp. 181–198). ZASPiL 61. Berlin: Leibniz-Centre General Linguistics.

2017

Balogh, K. and W. Petersen, editors (2017). Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics, Selected Papers of BRIDGE-14, Düsseldorf University Press.

Fleischhauer, J., Gamerschlag, T., & Petersen, W. (2017). A frame-analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in emission verbs. In S. Hartmann (Ed.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. 5, 1, pp. 179–196.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Goldschmidt, A., Gamerschlag, T., Petersen, W., Gabrovska, E., & Geuder, W. (2017). Towards verb modification in frames: A case study on German ‘schlagen’ (to hit). In Proceedings of the 11th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, LNCS, 18–36. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Löbner, S. (2017). Frame theory with first-order comparators: Modeling the lexical meaning of punctual verbs of change with frames. In Proceedings of 11th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, LNCS, 98–117. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Naumann, R. (2017). Dependencies, semantic constraints and conceptual closeness in a dynamic frame theory. In K. Balogh & W. Petersen (Eds.), Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics, Selected Papers of BRIDGE-14 (pp. 63–90). Düsseldorf University Press.

Naumann, R. and Petersen, W. (2017). Semantic Predictions in Natural Language Processing, Default Reasoning and Belief Revision. In Proceedings of 11th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, LNCS, 118–145. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Tillas, A., and Kaldis, B. (2017). Hacking our brains for learning. Humana.Mente – Journal of Philosophical Studies, 33, 83–102.

Tillas, A. (2017). On the origins of endogenous thoughts. Cognitive Processing, 18 (2). 107-117.

Zeevat, H. (2017). Semantic Dependency Graphs. In Proceedings of 11th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation (Vol. 10148, pp. 171–184). LNCS. Springer.

Zeevat, H., Grimm, S., Hogeweg, L., Lestrade, S., & Smith, E. A. (2017). Representing the Lexicon: Identifying Meaning in Use via Overspecification. In K. Balogh & W. Petersen (Eds.), Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics, Selected Papers of BRIDGE-14. (pp. 153–185). Düsseldorf University Press.

2016

Naumann, R. (2016) Dynamics in the brain and dynamic frame theory for action verbs. In L. Ströbel (Ed.), Sensory-Motor Concepts – at the Crossroads between Language and Cognition. Düsseldorf University Press, pp. 109-129.

2015

Gamerschlag, T., Gerland, D., Osswald, R., and W. Petersen (eds.) (2015). Meaning, Frames, and Conceptual Representation. Studies in Language and Cognition, vol. 2. Düsseldorf University Press.

Löbner, S. (2015). Functional concepts and frames. In T. Gamerschlag, D., R. Osswald, W. Petersen (eds.), Meaning, Frames, and Conceptual Representation. Studies in Language and Cognition 2. Düsseldorf University Press, pp. 13–42.

Löbner, S. (2015). Frames. Kapitel 12 in S. Löbner (2015) Semantik. Eine Einführung. 2. Auflage, S. 368-395. 301-324. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

Naumann, R., & Petersen, W. (2015). Frame Theory, Dependence Logic and Strategies. In M. Aher, D. Hole, E. Jeřábek, & C. Kupke (Eds.), Proceedings of 10th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation (Vol. 8984, pp. 210–233). LNCS. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Petersen, W. (2015). Representation of Concepts as Frames. In T. Gamerschlag, D. Gerland, R. Osswald, & W. Petersen (Eds.), Meaning, Frames, and Conceptual Representation. (Vol. 2, pp. 43–67). Studies in Language and Cognition. Düsseldorf University Press. (commented reprint of Wiebke Petersen. (2007). Representation of Concepts as Frames. In: Complex Cognition and Qualitative Science. The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication, 2, p. 151-170. University of Latvia.)

Vosgerau, G., & Petersen, W. (2015). The Relation between Cognitive and Linguistic Structures. In G. Airenti, B. G. Bara, G. Sandini, & M. Cruciani (Eds.), Proceedings of the EuroAsianPacific Joint Conference on Cognitive Science / 4th European / 2nd Conference on Cognitive Science / 11th International Conference on Cognitive Science, Torino, Italy, September 25-27, 2015. (Vol. 1419). CEURWorkshop Proceedings, CEUR-WS.org.

Vosgerau, G., Seuchter, T., & Petersen, W. (2015). Analyzing Concepts in Action-Frames. In T. Gamerschlag, D. Gerland, R. Osswald, & W. Petersen (Eds.), Meaning, Frames, and Conceptual Representation (Vol. 2, pp. 293–310). Studies in Language and Cognition. Düsseldorf University Press.

2014

Gamerschlag, T., D. Gerland, R. Osswald, and W. Petersen (Eds.) (2014). Frames and Concept Types. Applications in Language, Cognition, and Philosophy. Number 94 in Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy. Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London: Springer.

Gamerschlag, T., D. Gerland, R. Osswald, and W. Petersen (2014). General Introduction. In Thomas Gamerschlag et al. (eds.), In: Frames and Concept Types. Applications in Language, Cognition, and Philosophy. Eds.: Thomas Gamerschlag and Doris Gerland and Rainer Osswald and Wiebke Petersen. Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, 94, Springer. Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London.

Gamerschlag, T., W. Geuder, and W. Petersen (2014). Glück auf, der Steiger kommt – a frame account of extensional and intensional `steigen’. In: D. Gerland, C. Horn, A. Latrouite, and A. Ortmann (Eds.), Meaning and Grammar of Nouns and Verbs, Volume 1 of Studies in Language and Cognition, Düsseldorf, pp. 115-144. DUP.

Löbner, S. (2014). Evidence for frames from natural language. In T. Gamerschlag, D. Gerland, R. Osswald, W. Petersen (eds.). Frames and Concept Types. Heidelberg, New York: Springer. pp. 23–68.

Naumann, R. (2014). Phase quantification and frame theory. In D. Gerland, C. Horn, A. Latrouite, & A. Ortmann (Eds.), Meaning and Grammar of Nouns and Verbs (pp. 237–265). Studies in language and cognition. Düsseldorf UP.

Petersen, W., & Gamerschlag, T. (2014). Why chocolate eggs can taste old but not oval: A frame-theoretic analysis of inferential evidentials. In T. Gamerschlag, D. Gerland, R. Osswald, & W. Petersen (Eds.), Frames and Concept Types. Applications in Language, Cognition, and Philosophy (Vol. 94, pp. 199–218). Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy. Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London: Springer. [preprint/PDF]

Petersen, W. and Osswald, T. (2014). Concept Composition in Frames – Focusing on Genitive Constructions. In T. Gamerschlag, D. Gerland, R. Osswald, & W. Petersen (Eds.), Frames and Concept Types. Applications in Language, Cognition, and Philosophy (Vol. 94, pp. 243–266). Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy. Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London: Springer. [preprint/PDF]

2013

Gamerschlag, T. and W. Petersen (2013). Analyzing stative dimensional verbs in frames. In A. Stefanowitsch and J. Goschler (Eds.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Volume 1, Berlin, Boston, pp. 3-23. Mouton de Gruyter. [link/XML]

Löbner, S. (2013). Frames. Chapter 12 in S. Löbner (2013) Understanding Semantics, 2nd edition, pp. 301-324. New York, London: Routlegde.

Naumann, R. (2013). An outline of a dynamic theory of frames. In G. Bezhanishvili, S. Löbner, V. Marra, and F. Richter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, Volume 7758 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 115-137. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [preprint/PDF]

Naumann, R. and W. Petersen (2013). An analysis of quantifier scope restrictions independence logic. In M. Aloni, M. Franke, and F. Roelofsen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th Amsterdam Colloquium, pp. 163-170. [preprint/PDF]

Petersen, W., Gamerschlag, T., and Stroebel, L. (2013). Sitting, standing, and lying in frames: a frame-based approach to posture verbs. In Bezhanishvili, G., Löbner, S., Marra, V., and Richter, F., editors, Proceedings of the 9th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, volume 7758 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 73–93, Heidelberg. Springer. [preprint/PDF]

2012

Gamerschlag, T. and Petersen, W. (2012). An analysis of the evidential use of German perception verbs. In Hart, C., editor, Selected Papers from UK-CLA Meetings, volume 1.[PDF]

Petersen, W. and Osswald, T. (2012). A Formal Interpretation of Concept Types and Type Shifts. In Kosecki, K. and Badio, J., editors, Cognitive Processes in Language, volume 25 of Lódz Studies in Language, pages 183–191, Frankfurt. Peter Lang.[preprint/PDF]

2011

Horn, C.,  D. Schulzek and T. Osswald (2011). A formal representation of concept composition, Proceeding of ITHEA IJ

Naumann, R. (2011). Relating ERP-effects to theories of belief update and combining systems. In M. Aloni, V. Kimmelman, F. Roelofsen, G. Sassoon, K. Schulz, and M. Westera (Eds.), Proceedings 18th Amsterdam Colloquium, pp. 160-169. Springer. [preprint/PDF]

2018

Löbner, S. 2018. Cascades – a fundamental structure of cognitive representations?Talk given at the CoSt 2018, 13 September 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Naumann, R., W. Petersen and K. Biermann-Ruben. 2018. The interaction of action verbs and adverbs in the brain: an approach in frame theory. Talk given at the CoSt 2018, 12 September 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Naumann, R. and W. Petersen. 2018. Underspecified changes: a dynamic, probabilistic frame theory for verbs. Talk given at the CRC 991 Colloquium, 11 January 2018. Düsseldorf, Germany.

Petersen, W. and Sutton, P. 2018. Frames. Talk given at the Workshop Records, frames and attribute spaces, March, 2018, Berlin, Germany.

Zeevat, H. and Sutton, P. 2018. Probabilistic Frames. Talk given at the Workshop Records, frames and attribute spaces, March, 2018, Berlin, Germany.

Zeevat, H. 2018. Interpreting dependent NPs. Talk given at the CoSt 2018, 12 September 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany.

2017

Beckmann, N. and W. Petersen. 2017. Counting Thought: Exploring the Cognitive Reality of Grammatical Countability. Talk given at 6th international conference on meaningn and knowledge representation, July 2017. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Gamerschlag, T., J. Fleischhauer & W. Petersen. 2017. Why event structure templates are not enough – A frame account of bleeding and droning. Talk given at 12th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic. Lagodekhi, Georgia.

Löbner, S. 2017. Barsalou-Frames und lexikalische Bedeutung – Dekomposition und Wortbildungssemantik. Talk given at the IDS Jahrestagung 2017, 15 March 2017. Mannheim, Germany.

Löbner, S. 2017. Cascades Part 1: Acts, levels, and verb concepts. Talk given at the CRC 991 Colloquium, 22 June 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Löbner, S. 2017. Cascades. Part 2: Cascades of objects. From level-generation to frame-generation. Invited talk given at the CRC 991 Colloquium, 12 October 2017

Löbner, S. 2017. Goldman’s act levels, natural language ontology, and lexical verb semantics. Talk given at Semantics and Philosophy in Europe, 04 September 2017, Padova, Italy; also given at the 12th Intenational Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, September 2017, Lagodekhi, Georgia.

Löbner, S. 2017. Cascades and Grammar. Talk given at the Retirement Colloquium Prof. Van Valin, 30 September 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Naumann, R. and W. Petersen. 2017. Bridging inferences in a dynamic, probabilistic frame theory. Talk given at 12th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, September 2017. Lagodekhi, Georgia.

Naumann, R. and T. Gamerschlag. 2017. Serial verb constructions and covert coordinations in Edo – An analysis in a dynamic frame theory. Talk given at 12th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, September 2017. Lagodekhi, Georgia.

Naumann, R., W. Petersen & T. Gamerschlag. 2017. Underspecified changes: A dynamic, probabilistic frame theory for verbs. Talk given at Sinn und Bedeutung 2017. September 2017. Potsdam, Germany.

Zeevat, H. 2017.  Frame Semantics by semantic memory. Talk given at 18th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, March 2017. Szklarska Poreba, Poland.

2016

Gamerschlag, T. and W. Petersen. 2016. On the fictive reading of German ‘steigen’ (climb, rise) – A frame account. Presented at Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives
(CoSt16), September 2016. Düsseldorf, Germany.

Löbner, S. 2016. Surfing the frame net. Metonymy and similar phenomena as evidence for a frame approach to concepts. Invited talk at the Institute for Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, 11 April 2016, Glasgow, Great Britain. Also given on invitation at the Joint Conference of the English Linguistics Society of Korea and the Korean Society of Language and Information, Kyung Hee University, 28 May 2016, Seoul, South Korea.

Löbner, S. 2016. Steckbriefmentalität? Frames als universelles Konzeptmodell. Invited talk given at the Ringvorlesung Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität „Auf den Begriff gebracht? – Wege der Begriffsbildung in den Wissenschaften“. 24 April 2016, Münster, Germany.

Löbner, S. Frames 3.0 – Are all human concepts frames? Invited talk given at Chungnam National University, Daejeon, South Korea

Löbner, S. Frames as informational holograms. Talk given at the conference Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives (CoSt 2016). 16 September 2016.

Löbner, S. 2016. Frames as informational holograms. Towards an Integrating Theoretical Model of Syntax, Semantics, Utterance Meaning, and Context in Frame Theory. Talk given at the Workshop “Situations, Information, and Semantic Content“ LMU München, December 18, München, Germany.

Petersen, W. & Zeevat, H. 2016.  Frame Semantics by semantic memory. Poster presented at 17th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, March 2016. Szklarska Poreba, Poland.

Tillas, A. & W. Petersen. 2016. Attributes, values, the head and the world. Presented at Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives (CoSt16), September 2016, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Zeevat, H. 2016.  Update semantics with causal inequalities. Talk given at 17th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, March 2016. Szklarska Poreba, Poland.

2015

Fleischhauer, J., T. Gamerschlag and W. Petersen. 2015. A frame analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in emission verbs. Presented at the `Workshop: Formal Semantics Meets Cognitive Semantics’ in Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Gabrovska, E., T. Gamerschlag, W. Geuder, A. Goldschmidt and W. Petersen. 2015. Does the rain hit the window playfully? A frame-based analysis of German hit-verbs. Presented at the `Eleventh International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation’, September 2015, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Löbner, S. 2015. Frame theory with first-order comparators: Modeling the lexical meaning of verbs of change with frames. Talk given at the 11th TbiLLC, September 21-26, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Naumann, R. and W. Petersen. 2015. A Probabilistic Approach to Semantic Predictions in Natural Language Processing. Talk given at the `Eleventh International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation’, Tbilisi, September 2015.

Petersen, W. and G. Vosgerau. 2015. The relation between cognitive and linguistic structures. Presented at the `EuroAsianPacific Joint Conference on Cognitive Science’ in Torino, Italy, September 2015.

Petersen, W. 2015. Zur Bedeutung von Attributen in der Wissensrepräsentation und Sprachverarbeitung. Presented at the `Fachbereich Informatik’, Hamburg, April 2015.

Petersen, W. 2015. Wissensrepräsentation in der Linguistik. Presented at the 85. Ernst-Schröder-Kolloquium,  February 2015. Darmstadt, Germany.

2014

Fleischhauer, J., T. Gamerschlag and W. Petersen. 2014. Bleeding, droning and yowling in(to) frames. Talk given at the Fourth Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition and Science, Düsseldorf, August 25–27.

Gamerschlag, T., W. Geuder and W. Petersen. 2014. Analyzing verb polysemy in frames: A case study of German steigen ‘rise/climb’. Talk given at the 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Lancaster, July , July 29–31. [link/PDF]

Gamerschlag, T., W. Geuder and W. Petersen. 2014. Movement in frames: On German ‘steigen’ ‘rise/climb’. Talk given at the Sixth International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Erlangen, September 29–October 2.

Löbner, S. 2014. Metonymy – A frame-theoretic approach. Invited talk given at Tokyo University, 07 March 2014, Tokyo, Japan.

Löbner, S. 2014. Frames and metonymy. Shifting reference and refocusing the frame. Talk given at the conference Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF 2014), 25-27 August 2014, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Gamerschlag, T., W. Geuder and W. Petersen. 2014. Movement in frames: On German ‘steigen’ ‘rise/climb’. Talk given at the Sixth International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Erlangen, September 29–October 2.Talk given at the conference Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives (CoSt 2014), 25-27 August 2014, Düsseldorf, Germany.

2013

Löbner, S.  2013. Metonymy and Barsalou-Frames. Invited talk given at the Workshop on (non)compositionality. Hebrew University, June 2013. Jerusalem, Israel.

Naumann, R., W. Petersen. 2013. Towards a frame-based analysis of event structures and aspectual classes. Talk given at ‘Tenth International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation’ in Gudauri, September 2012.

Petersen, W. 2013. Attribute und Werte im Düsseldorfer Frame-Modell. Talk given at presented at the Workshop on Comparing Frame-Theories. February 2013, Düsseldorf, Germany.

2012

Gamerschlag, T., W. Petersen & Liane Ströbel. 2012. I’m still standing: A frame account of the polysemous meanings of posture verbs referring to standing. Talk given at the Third Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition and Science, Düsseldorf, August 22–24.

Gamerschlag, T., & W. Petersen.2012. Decomposing posture verbs into frame attributes. Talk given at the 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, London, July 10–12. [link/PDF]

Löbner, S. 2012. Frege, Frames, and Functional Concepts. Invited talk given at the Laboratory of Applied Ontology, 22 May 2012, University of Trento, Trento, Italy.

Petersen, W. 2012. Attributes or types? What are the fundamental frame elements?” Talk presented at the ‘2nd Conference on Concept Types and Frames’ in Düsseldorf, August 2012.

Petersen, W. 2012. On Frames and their components. Lecture given at the Tilburg University (on the invitation of Reinhard Muskens), April 2012

2011

Gamerschlag, T., W. Petersen & L. Ströbel. 2011. Sitting, standing, and lying in frames: A frame-based approach of stative verbs of location. Talk given at the Ninth International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation, Kutaisi, September 26–30. [link/PDF]

Petersen, W. Towards a radically attribute-centered perspective on frames. Talk presented at the ‘Ninth International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation’, September 2011, Kutaisi, Georgia.

6.-17.8.2018 Workshop “Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics” (Kata Balogh and Wiebke Petersen) at ESSLLI 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
6.-17.8.2018 Course “Semantic Modeling with Frames” (Rainer Osswald and Wiebke Petersen) at ESSLLI 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
13.-14.3.2018 Workshop “Records, frames and attribute spaces” (Carla Umbach and Wiebke Petersen) at Berlin, Germany.
21.-23.02.2018 Workshop “Uncertainty in Meaning and Representation in Linguistics and Philosophy” at Jelenia Góra, Poland (Wiebke Petersen acted as local organizer and in the programme committee).
18.-22.9.2017 Conference “12th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation” at Lagodekhi, Georgia. (Wiebke Petersen acted as chair of the programme committee).
25.-27.08.2014 Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF’14, all projects)
12-13.04.2014 Workshop: Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics
10-11.08.2013 The 18th conference on Formal Grammar (together with A02 and B01)
05-16.08.2013 European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2013) (together with A02, B01, B02 and INF)
15-16.05.2013 Workshop on Concepts and Categorization in Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Philosophy (together with A05)
22.-24.08.2012 Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF’12, all projects)