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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

SYSTEMIC FUNCTION LINGUISTICS

M.A.K. Halliday, Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen & Alice Caffarel28 March 1997DRAFT of Version 1.0.This is a pre-release version of Version 1.0. Comments and corrections are very welcome. Please submit them to the compilers or send them to cmatthie@pip.engl.mq.edu.au. Classified and sorted submissions are much easier for us to handle than complete lists of individual publications which we have to sort and filter. Many warm thanks for your help! A bibliography and general database for systemic work on languages other than English is maintained by Alice Caffarel on the WWW:http://www.itu.arts.su.edu.au/typology/SFLTitle.html

Here new entries can easily be added.

The present bibliography was first compiled by M.A.K. Halliday in 1985. We have since jointly expanded and updated it. We gratefully acknowledge contributions from many scholars including Nancy & Peter Fries, Jim Martin and Mick O'Donnell.

In general, this bibliography does not contain reviews of non-systemic work by systemic contributors nor does it include works in progress. On the whole, we have not included references to Firthian or Neo-Firthian work since these are well represented elsewhere. Similarly, we have not included works within the Birmingham School unless they explicitly involve systemic concepts: while all Birmingham work is relevant it does represent a distinct tradition. For a bibliography of functional linguistic work in general, see V. Prakasam, L.S. Ramaiah & M. Kanakachary, 1991, Functional linguistics: selectively annotated bibliography, Hyderabad: Central Institute of English & Foreign Languages. Entries for systemic software have not yet been added. Neither the inclusion of entries or the failure to include systemic works represents a value judgment on the part of the compilers.

For new publications, see the Network pageRecent publications.

Adejare, Oluwole. 1992. Language and style in Soyinka: a systemic text-linguistic study of a literary idiolect. Ibadan: Heinemann Educational.

Adorni, G., Mauri Di Manzo & Giacomo Ferrari. 1983. Natural Language Input for Scene Generation. The First Annual Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Pisa.

Alsagoff, Shariffa Lubna. 1985. A critical account of recent systemic theory. Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore: M.A. thesis.

Anderson, Jacqueline. 1989. "Deafness and the social meaning of language." Word 40.1-2: 81-99.

Asp, Elissa D. 1995. Knowledge and laughter: an approach to a socio-cognitive linguistics. Peter H. Fries & Michael Gregory (ed.), Discourse in society: systemic functional perspectives. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex. 141-159.

Bcklund, Ingegerd. 1988. "Grounds for prominence: on hierarchies and grounding in English expository text." Studia Neophilologica 60: 37-61.

Bcklund, Ingegerd. 1989. "Cues to the audience: on some structural markers in English monologue." Ume Studies in the Humanities 90: 29-39.

Bcklund, Ingegerd. 1989. On hierarchies and prominence in English expository speech as compared with expository writing. Jussi Niemi (ed.), Papers from the Eleventh Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, vol. 2. (Jouesuu Studies in Languages 15.).

Bcklund, Ingegerd. 1992. "Theme in English telephone conversation." Language Sciences 14.4: 545-565.

Baka, Farida & Omar Sheikh Al-Shabab. 1996. Discourse structuring and text analysis of three varieties of English. London: Janus.

Baka, Farida. 1989. The discourse of biology lectures: aspects of its mode and text structure. Aston University: Ph.D. thesis.

Barnwell, Katherine G.L. 1969. A grammatical description of Mbembe (Adun Dialect): a Cross River Language. University of London: Ph.D. thesis.

Bartlett, Brendan & John Carr (ed.) 1984. Proceedings of Language in Education Conference. Brisbane C A E, Mt Gravatt Campus.

Bartolucci, G. & Jonathan Fine. 1987. "The frequency of cohesive weakness in psychiatric syndromes." Applied Psycholinguistics 8: 67-74.

Basturkmen, Helen. 1995. The discourse of academic seminars: structures and strategies of interaction. Aston University: Ph.D. thesis.

Bateman, John. 1985. An initial fragment of a computational systemic grammar for Japanese. Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University.

Bateman, John. 1985. Utterances in context: towards a systemic theory of the intersubjective achievement of discourse. Department of Artificial Intelligence / School of Epistemics, University of Edinburgh: Ph.D. thesis.

Bateman, John. 1986. Some new discourse analysis: a detailed example for discussion. Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University.

Bateman, John. 1988. Aspects of clause politeness in Japanese: an inquiry semantic treatment. The 26th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Lingustics.

Bateman, John. 1989. "Dynamic systemic-functional grammar: a new frontier." Word 40.1-2: 263-87.

Bateman, John. 1989. "Upper modelling for machine translation: a level of abstraction for preserving meaning." Eurotra-D Working Paper 12.

Bateman, John. 1989. Grammar, systemic. Stuart Shapiro (ed.), Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence. New York: John Wiley. 2nd, ed. 583-592.

Bateman, John. 1990. Upper modeling: organizing knowledge for natural language processing. The Fifth International Workshop on natural Language Generation, June 1990, Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh.

Bateman, John. 1990. Upper modelling: current states of theory and practice. University of Southern California/ Information Sciences Institute.

Bateman, John. A. 1991. Language as constraint and language as resource: a convergence of metaphors in systemic-functional grammar. GMD/ IPSI.

Bateman, John & Ccile Paris. 1989. Constraining the deployment of lexicogrammatical resources during text generation: towards a computational instantiation of register theory. University of Southern California/ Information Sciences Institute.

Bateman, John & Ccile Paris. 1989. User modelling and register analysis: a convergence of concerns. University of Southern California/ Information Sciences Institute.

Bateman, John & Ccile Paris. 1991. Constraining the deployment of lexicogrammatical resources during text generation: towards a computational instantiation of register theory. Eija Ventola (ed.), Functional and systemic linguistics: approaches and uses. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Bateman, John A. & Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen. 1993. The text base in generation. Hermann Bluhme & Renzhi Li Keqi Hao (ed.), Proceedings of the international conference on texts and language research, Xi'an, 29-31 March 1989. Xi'an: Xi'an Jiaotong University Press.

Bateman, John A. & Christian Matthiessen. 1988. "Using a functional grammar as a tool for developing planning algorithms - an illustration drawn from nominal group planning." MS. USC/Information Sciences Institute .

Bateman, John A. & Elke Teich. 1995. "Selective information presentation in an integrated publication system: an application of genre-driven text generation." Information Processing and Management 31.5: 753-768.

Bateman, John A. & S. Momma. 1991. The nondirectional representation of systemic functional grammars and semantics as typed feature structures. GMD/ Institut fr Integrierte Publikations- und Informationssysteme, Darmstadt and Institut fr Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, Universitt Stuttgart.

Bateman, John A., Robert Kasper, Johanna Moore & Richard Whitney. 1990. A general organization of knowledge for natural language processing: the Penman Upper Model. Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California.

Bateman, John A. 1996. KPML Development Environment: multilingual linguistic resource development and sentence generation. Release 0.9, March 1996. IPSI/ GMD, 15 Dolivostrasse, Darmstadt, Germany.

Bateman, John A., Christian Matthiessen, Keizo Nanri & Licheng Zeng. 1991. Multilingual text generation: an architecture based on functional typology. International Conference on Current Issues in Computational Linguistics. Penang.

Bateman, John A., Martin Emele & S. Momma. 1992. The nondirectional representation of systemic functional grammars and semantics as typed feature structures. (ed.), Proceedings of COLING 92. Nantes: COLING.

Bateman, John, Christian Matthiessen, Keizo Nanri & Licheng Zeng. 1991. The rapid prototyping of natural language generation components: an application of functional typology. Proceedings of the 12th international conference on artificial intelligence, Sydney, 24-30 August 1991. Sydney. San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufman.

Bateman, John, Ichirou Gen & Atsuchi Tabuchi. 1987. Designing a computational systemic grammar for text generation: a progress report. Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University.

Bateman, John, Robert Kasper, J. Schtz & Erich Steiner. 1989. A new view on the process of translation. The 4th Annual Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. UMIST: Manchester, England.

Bazell, C., J. Catford, M.A.K. Halliday, & R.H. Robins (ed.) 1966. In memory of J.R. Firth. London: Longman.

Bell, Philip & Theo van Leeuwen. 1994. The media interview - confession, contest, conversation. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Benson, James D. & Peter H. Fries & William S. Greaves & Christian Matthiessen (ed.) 1989. Systems, structures and discourse: selected papers from the Fifteenth International Systemic Congress. Word 40: 1-2.

Benson, James D. & Barron Brainerd