Lecture
correspondence
Overview 2004 vs. 2001 Lectures
1-3: Basic Concepts of Set Theory,
Functions, and Relations Lecture 4, Section 1: Algebra:
Signature, algebra in a signature. Isomorphisms, homomorphisms,
congruences and quotient algebras. Lecture 4, Section 2: Algebra,
continued. Lattices and Boolean algebras Rajesh's
1st guest lecture: Formalizing Optimality
Theory: Some Preliminaries Lecture 5: Statement
Logic Lecture 6: Predicate
Logic format Chris' Handout on
Tree definitions Lecture 7: Model
Theory. Consistency, independence, completeness, categoricity of axiom
systems. Expanded with algebraic view. Lecture 8:
Axioms and theories,
more examples. Axiomatic description of properties of relations. Lecture
9: Proof by Induction Lecture
10: Statement
Logic as a word algebra on the set of atomic statements. Lindenbaum
algebra Lecture
11&12 (still under revision) Lecture 13: Are
Natural Languages finite-state languages? (and other questions) format Lecture 14:
Push-Down
Storage Automata and Context-Free Grammars Lecture
15: Finite
State Transducers and OT Issues Rajesh's 2nd
guest lecture: Formalizing Optimality
Theory: Complexity Lecture 16: Infinities
Supplement: Is Language
Infinite? |