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3.6. Bibliographical note
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Since the discussion on modification in this chapter is mainly based on the vector theory of spatial adpositions, we can refer the reader again to the series of papers by Zwarts (1994/1994/1996/1997), Zwarts and Winter (1997), and Helmantel (1998/2002), which were mentioned in connection with Chapter 1.

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References:
  • Helmantel, Marjon1998Simplex adpositions and vectorsThe Linguistic Review15361-388
  • Helmantel, Marjon2002Interactions in the Dutch adpositional domainUniversity of LeidenThesis
  • Zwarts, Joost1994A vector-based semantics for locative PPs
  • Zwarts, Joost1994Een algebraïsche semantiek voor lokatieve PP'sTabu24127-140
  • Zwarts, Joost1996Rekenen met richtingNederlandse Taalkunde1177-190
  • Zwarts, Joost1997Vectors as relative positions: a compositional semantics of modified PPsJournal of Semantics1457-86
  • Zwarts, Joost & Winter, Yoad1997A semantic characterization of locative PPsProceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory7
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