<> "The repository administrator has not yet configured an RDF license."^^ . <> . . "P-model Alternative to the T-model."^^ . "Standard linguistic analysis of syntax uses the T-model. This model \nrequires the ordering: D-structure $>$ S-structure $>$ LF, \nwhere D-structure is the deep structure, \nS-structure is the surface structure, and LF is logical form. \nBetween each of these representations there is movement which alters \nthe order of the constituent words; movement is achieved using the principles\nand parameters of syntactic theory. Psychological analysis of sentence \nproduction is usually either serial or connectionist. Psychological serial\nmodels do not accommodate the T-model immediately so that here a new model \ncalled the P-model is introduced. The P-model is different from previous \nlinguistic and psychological models. Here it is argued that the LF \nrepresentation should be replaced by a variant \nof Frege's three qualities (sense, reference, and force), \ncalled the Frege representation or F-representation.\nIn the F-representation the order of elements is not necessarily the same as \nthat in LF and it is suggested that the correct ordering is: \nF-representation $>$ D-structure $>$ S-structure. \nThis ordering appears to lead to a more natural \nview of sentence production and processing. Within this framework movement \noriginates as the outcome of emphasis applied to the sentence. The \nrequirement that the F-representation precedes the D-structure needs a picture\nof the particular principles and parameters which pertain to movement of words\nbetween representations. In general this would imply that there is a \npreferred or optimal ordering of the symbolic string in the F-representation.\nThe standard ordering is retained because the general way of producing \nsuch an optimal ordering is unclear. In this case it is possible to produce \nan analysis of movement between LF and D-structure similar to the usual \nanalysis of movement between S-structure and LF. \nIt is suggested that a maximal amount of information about \na language's grammar and lexicon is stored, \nbecause of the necessity of analyzing corrupted data."^^ . "1995-12" . . . . . . . . "Mark D."^^ . "Roberts"^^ . "Mark D. Roberts"^^ . . . . . . "P-model Alternative to the T-model. (Postscript)"^^ . . . . . . "stem.eps"^^ . . . "ptfig2.eps"^^ . . . "ptfig4.eps"^^ . . . "ptfig1.eps"^^ . . . "ptfig3.eps"^^ . . . "ptfig5.eps"^^ . . . "ptv3.ps"^^ . . "HTML Summary of #933 \n\nP-model Alternative to the T-model.\n\n" . "text/html" . . . "Cognitive Psychology" . . . "Syntax" . .