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Ray C Dougherty

Ray C. Dougherty

Associate Professor of Linguistics

Ph.D., 1968 MIT (Linguistics); M.S., 1964 Dartmouth (Engineering science); A.B., 1962 Dartmouth (Engineering Science).

Office Address: 

Department of Linguistics
New York University
10 Washington Place #311
New York, NY 10003

Phone: 

212-998-7958

Fax: 

212-995-4707

Personal Homepage: 

http://www.nyu.edu/pages/linguistics/

Areas of Research/Interest: 

Computational and mathematical models of language; Generative syntax and morphology; Language acquisition.

External Affiliations:

Linguistic Society of America; North Eastern Linguistics Association; Association for Computational Linguistics.

Fellowships/Honors:

Linguistics Board, New York Academy of Sciences; Visiting Professor of Linguistics, University of Paris; Fulbright Research Fellowship.

Selected Publications

(1994) Natural Language Computing; An English generative grammar in Prolog; Hillsdale, N.J.:Lawrence Erlbaum Press

(1987) "Language Learning Machines". Semiotic Inquiry vol 8:27-42

(1984) Digital signal processing. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall

(1983) "Current views of Language and Grammar". In Fritz Machlup and Una Mansfield (eds.) The Study of Information: Interdisciplinary Messages. New York:John Wiley and Sons

(1971) "A grammar of coordinate conjoined structures, Part II". Language 47. 298-39

(1970b) "A grammar of coordinate structures, Part I". Language 46. 850-98

(1970a) "An interpretive theory of pronominalization". Foundations of Language 8:488-519

Fellowships/Honors: Linguistics Board, New York Academy of Sciences; Visiting Professor of Linguistics, University of Paris; Fulbright Research Fellowship.

Affiliations: Linguistic Society of America; North Eastern Linguistics Association; Association for Computational Linguistics.

Updated on 11/25/2015