CTF Abstracts

Semiha Akinci
Concepts and Related Matters


Anna Baczkowska
Temporal schemata of the English particle 'on': metonymic elaboration of the concept NOW



Somsukla Banerjee & Achla M. Raina & Harish Karnick
Modelling Concept Space



Lawrence W. Barsalou
Grounding Symbolic Operations in the Brain’s Modal Systems



Katja Biermann-Ruben & Riitta Salmelin & Alfons Schnitzler
Right rolandic activation during speech perception in stutterers: a MEG study



Peter Bosch
Computing Definites with Unarticulated Arguments



Manuel Bremer
Is Number a Sortal or Basically a Functional Concept?



Susan Windisch Brown, Cecily Jill Duffield, Jena D. Hwang, Dmitrity Dligach, Sarah E. Vieweg, Jenny Davis, Martha Palmer
The Role of Functional Nouns in Manual Grouping of Verb Senses



Edward Budaev
The Concept of Family in Metaphorical Comprehension of Politics: A case study of British and Russian media discourse



Dietrich Busse
Concept types and frames in German statutory law



Greg Carlson
Names of Kinds and Concepts



Xiang Chen
The Impact of Interests on Conceptual Changes: A Frame Analysis



Maria Cieschinger
Constraints on the Contraction of Preposition and Definite Article in German



Christian Cote
Information flow, types and meaning specification



Carola Eschenbach & Christopher Habel
German nouns of path configuration



Pamela Faber & Pilar León & Arianne Reimerink
Frame-based Knowledge Representation in Coastal Engineering



Heiner Fangerau & Hans Geisler & Michael Martin & Stefanie Zaun
Concept Frames in Action – An example from the History of Medicine



Tim Fernando
Negations framed in context



Bastian Fischer
Phenomenal Consciousness: Sensorimotor Contingencies and the Constitution of Objects



Peter Gärdenfors
Representing actions and functional properties in conceptual spaces



Thomas Gamerschlag & Albert Ortmann
The role of functional concepts in the classification of nouns and verbs



Hans Geisler
Sensory-motor foundation and development of functional concepts



Doris Gerland
Diachronic perspectives on functional nouns in French



Helga Gese & Claudia Maienborn & Britta Stolterfoht
Ad hoc categorization in context: The case of stative passives



Roozbeh Gillasian
Frame without boundary



Nicola Guarino
Concepts, attributes, and binary relations: representational and ontological issues



Arndt von Haeseler, Dominic Mainz, Indra Mainz, Ingo Paulsen, Katrin Weller
Knowledge Representation with Scientific Ontologies: Examples from Life Sciences



Christian Horn & Christof Rumpf
Conceptual noun types: grammar and automatic classification



Tanja Hötte
A formal model for theories of concepts



Barbara Jung
Duration of objects and relations between objects in Hume´s Treatise, and self-similarity



Natalia Knoblock
Frame semantics in the study of speaker's strategies



Yuko Kobukata & Yoshiki Mori
Definiteness Effect, Sortal–Relational Distinction and Information Structure



Robert Lindenberg & Heiner Fangerau
On the currentuse of the term “Broca’s area”

Matthew Lund
Can Frames Solve the Problem of Theory-Laden Observation?



Marco Mazzone & Alessio Plebe
Differential emergence of two concept types in an artificial neurocortical model.



Maria Mendonça
Metaphors in the terminology of marketing in Portuguese



Andrey Mikhalev
Onset and Rime: semiogenetic compounds of roots



Ulrich Missberger
Conceptual frames as an analytical tool for problems in biological taxonomy and theory dynamics



Olav Mueller-Reichau
How indefinite singular NPs can be functional concepts



Natalya Naumova
COST: Dimensional Essence of the Substantiated Representation



Oleksandr Oguy
Experience of conceptual researches in Ukraine: onomasiologic problem and its semasiologic perspective



Rainer Osswald
Toward a Conceptual Representation of Verb Meanings



Elena Paducheva
Nouns of social occasion as a linguistically relevant class



Barbara Partee & Vladimir Borschev
Sortal and Relational Interpretations of Nouns and the Russian Genitive of Measure



Norbert W. Paul
The End of Scientific Revolutions?



Wiebke Petersen
Frames for sortal, relational, and functional concepts



Massimo Poesio, Marco Baroni, Brian Murphy, Eduard Barbu, Luigi Lombardi, Abdulrahman Almuhareb, Gabriella Vigliocco, David Vinson 
Speaker-generated and corpus-generated concept features



Timothy Pritchard
The Character of Word Meaning



Friedemann Pulvermüller
Grounding meaning in actions and perceptions: A role for logical circuits



Ekaterina Rakhilina & Olga Lyashevskaya
Categorial structure and construction grammar: containers



Victor Raskin & Christian F. Hempelmann & Katrina E.Triezenberg
Functional and„Dysfunctional“ Nouns in Ontological Semantics



Anette Rosenbach
Emerging variation: determiner genitives and noun modifiers in English



Antonia Rothmayr
Why measureverbs are stative



Britta Sauereisen
The Interpretation of Adjective-Noun-Combinations on the Basis of a Cell Assembly Theory



Andrea C. Schalley
A meaning representation framework for decompositional and compositional semantics



Gerhard Schurz
Frames as Means of Reconstructing the Dynamics of Scientific Theories



Magdalena Schwager
Reconsidering Individual Concepts



Brigitte Schwarze
Dimensional Verbs in French: Synchronic Variation and Historical Change



Johanna Seibt
Modes of occurrence and modes of being in process ontology: toward crosslinguistic frames



Peter Simons
The Importance of Relations in Delimiting Natural Classes



Jurgis Skilters
Frame-based meaning activation model of polysemy processing



Petra Stoerig
Do Blindness and Sensory Substitution Impact Object Knowledge?



Robert D. Van Valin, Jr.
Argumentlinking in deverbal nominals



Stephan van der Waart van Gulik
Fuzzy concepts, non-scalar hedging and context-adaptive interpretations



Katrin Weller & Isabella Peters & Wolfgang G. Stock
Generalizable Semantic Relations in Knowledge Representation



Markus Werning
Neuroframes– A Neural Model of Situated Conceptualization



Ulrich Wille
Revision of Feature Structures



Alexey Yavetskiy
Factitive vs. Non-Factitive Concepts in Evaluation Processes: Cognitive representation and linguistic implications



Dietmar Zaefferer
Are German control nouns with infinitival complements inherently definite?



Jürgen Zielasek & Roland Weierstall & Wolfgang Gaebel
On the use of frame theory for the analysis of mental disorders: the term “schizophrenia”



Alexander Ziem
Default values. Integrating tacit knowledge in a frame semantic approach to meaning construction