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Publications

Balogh, Kata. (to appear) Focus sensitivity in Role and Reference Grammar. In K. van Hoste & R. Van Valin, Jr. (eds). Expanding the boundaries of Role and Reference Grammar.

Balogh, K. and R. Osswald. (to appear) A frame-based analysis of verbal particles in Hungarian. In T. Gamerschlag et al. (eds.) Proceedings of CoSt 2016.

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

Balogh, K. 2016. Verbal fields in Hungarian simple sentences and infinitival clausal complements. In Chian and Koller (eds). Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms (TAG+). ACL Anthology.

Balogh, K. 2016. Structural focus and discourse structure in Hungarian narratives. (short paper) In J. Hunter, M. Simons, and M. Stone (eds). SEMDIAL 2016 JerSem. Proceedings of the 20th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue. Rutgers University. New Brunswick.

Balogh, K. 2015. Hungarian Grammar Writing with LTAG and XMG. In Kral and Matousek (eds). Text, speech, and dialogue. Lecture notes in artificial intelligence LNCS-LNIAI 9302. Springer.

Balogh, K. 2015. F-LTAG semantics for issues around focusing. In Aher, Hole, Jerabek and Kupke (eds). Logic, Language, and Computation. 10th International Tbilisi Symposium on Logic, Language, and Computation. Revised Selected Papers. Springer.

Balogh, K. 2013. Hungarian Pre-verbal Focus and Exhaustivity. In Motomura, Yoichi – Alastair Butler – Daisuke Bekki (eds). New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. Selected Papers from LENLS9. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI). Springer Verlag.

Balogh, K. 2012. Representing Focus in LTAG. In Han, Chung-hye – Giorgio Satta (eds). Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms. INRIA Paris.

Balogh, K. 2011. Focusing in Context. Manuscript. Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Balogh, K. 2010. Exclusiveness Implicatures in Linguistic Answers. In Lorini, Emiliano and Laure Vieu (eds). TIDIAD-10. Workshop on theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their Application to Dialogue. Umoversity of Copenhagen.

Balogh, K. 2009. Theme with Variations. A Context-based Analysis of Focus. PhD Thesis. ILLC Dissertation Series. Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Balogh, K. (ed). 2008. Proceedings of the 13th ESSLLI Student Session. ILLC, University of Amsterdam and University of Hamburg.

Balogh, K. 2007. Interpreting focus and 'only' in Hungarian. In Afanasiev, ten Cate, Zeevat (eds). Proceedings of the 6th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. LNAI 4363. Springer. Berlin.

Balogh, K. 2006. Exhausitivity operator(s) and Hungarian focus structure. In Kálmán et al. (eds). Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Logic and Language. LoLa9. Research Institute of Linguistics. HAS. Budapest.

Balogh, K. 2006. Complex Focus Versus Double Focus. 2006. In Ebert, Ch. et al. (eds). Proceedings of the Sinn und Bedeutung 10. ZAS Working Papers in Linguisics. No. 44. Berlin. Germany.

Balogh, K. 2005. Problems with Multiple Focus and 'Only' in Hungarian. In Ghidini, Doan and Brezillon (eds). Proceedings of the Doctoral Consortium associated with the 5th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (CONTEXT-05). LIP6 Publication. Paris.

Balogh, K. and J. Kleiber. 2004. A Morphology Driven Parser for Hungarian. In Asatiani et al. (eds). Proceedings of the 5th Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation. ILLC/CLLS. Amsterdam/Tbilisi.

Asatiani, A., K. Balogh, G. Chikoidze, D. de Jongh and P. Dekker (eds). 2004. Proceedings of the Fifth Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation. ILLC, University of Amsterdam/CLLS, Tbilisi State University.

Balogh, K. and J. Kleiber. 2003. Computational benefits of a totally lexicalist grammar. In Matousek et al. (eds). Text, speech and dialogue. TSD 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. LNCS 2807. Springer-Verlag. Berlin.

Alberti, G., K. Balogh, J. Kleiber and A. Viszket. 2003. Total Lexicalism and GASGrammars: A Direct Way to Semantics. In Gelbukh, A. (ed). Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing. CICLing 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. LNCS 2588. Springer-Verlag. Berlin.

Alberti, G., K. Balogh, J. Kleiber and A. Viszket. 2002. Towards a totally lexicalist morphology. In: Pinon and Siptar (eds). Approaches to Hungarian. Volume 9. Akamémiai Kiadó. Budapest.

Balogh, K. 2002. Lexikalizmus és számítástudomány. [Lexicalism and computer science.] MA Thesis. University of Pécs. Hungary.

Alberti, G., K. Balogh and P. Dekker (eds). 2002. LoLa7. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on Logic and Language. University of Pécs.

Alberti, G., K. Balogh, J. Kleiber and A. Viszket. 2001. GeLexi project: Prolog implementation of a Totally Lexicalist Grammar. In de Jongh, Zeevat and Nilsenova (eds). Proceedings of the 3rd and 4th Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation. ILLC/CLLS. Amsterdam/Tbilisi.

Alberti, G., K. Balogh, J. Kleiber and A. Viszket. 2001. The principle of total lexicalism and the GASGrammar. In Bükiy and Maleczki (eds): A mai magyar nyelv leírásának legújabb módszerei. SZTE. Szeged.