The paper discusses partitive constructions in several Austronesian languages and argues that the embedded NP in these constructions serves as an argument of the quantifier.
In this paper, we propose two mathematical models intended for analyzing the russian sentence to detect noun phrases and participial clauses. Algorithm for participial clause identification is based on the concept of syntactic relation between verb and dependent syntactic units in the russian language. Considered algorithms designed on the basis of the proposed models can improve procedure of syntactic parsing.
The purpose of this paper was to find out how the ideas of transparency and accountability were mirrored in Russian universities’ practices within last decade. Quantification and Scientometrics are shown as the main instruments of these ideas' implementation. The case-study was designed to show the dynamics of Russian scientists’ interest to the universities activity metrics, by the means of National electronic library (e-library.ru). Two main trends for the transparency technologies in Russian education were revealed: “how much to pay” and “for what to pay”. We discussed the purposes' understanding insufficiency and imitation nature of some reforms.
JEL Codes A12, A13, I21, I23, M4, Z13