Analyzing Japanese Syntax: A Generative Perspective is an introductory textbook that illustrates the basic ideas of the most influential syntactic theory of generative grammar and shows how Japanese syntax can be analyzed using concrete examples from a range of phenomena. Exercises for this textbook have been developed in collaboration with the NPCMJ project, and include advanced-level exercises using an online search engine for NPCMJ. Exercises for Analyzing Japanese Syntax: A Generative Perspective
The NPCMJ has now been updated with over 10,000 new sentences.
The NPCMJ has now been updated with over 10,000 new sentences, corrections in annotation, and an improved interface, including a clearer search syntax and a faster search function.
NPCMJ Interface has been updated with new functions and data has been updated with corrections.
We are pleased to announce that the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) will host an International Symposium, “Exploiting Parsed Corpora: Applications in Research, Pedagogy, and Processing” Dec 9-10, 2017 in Tachikawa, Tokyo. Topics to be covered include the development and enrichment of parsed corpora, linguistic research using parsed corpora, and the application of parsed corpora to language pedagogy. Invited speakers are leaders in the field, including Susan Pintzuk, Anthony Kroch, Beatrice Santorini, Sean Wallis, Nianwen Xue, and Liesbeth Augustinus. A poster session is also planned. Those interested in presenting a poster, please send a one-page abstract to email@example.com by 1 October 2017. Notification of acceptance will be
We have signed an MOU with NTT Communication Science Laboratories in March 2017.
We have signed an MOU with University of Colorado in January 2017.
On March 4, 2017 from 10:00 to 18:00 at Tohoku University, Kita Kawauti Campus, we will convene the first Collaborative Project Meeting. Click on the link below to see the Program. 20170304_統語コーパス共同研究発表会-3
On Dec. 4 2016 we announced the initial release of the NPCMJ and interfaces at the 153rd meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan. The NPCMJ Project Team held a workshop to introduce the interfaces. See the following links for the slides used in the workshop. Introduction Workshop overview Annotation, data, tools Demonstration Summary
We have signed an MOU with Brandeis University in December 2016.