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Left: A view of the Pacific from Annette and Stan Cook’s Malibu house, which was designed by Vicente Wolf. On the cover: George Stephanopoulos and Alexandra Wentworth’s living room in Washington, D.C. “Capital Idea,” page 106. Photography by Simon Upton; styled by Anita Sarsidi.
MAY 2009 VOLUME 20 NUMBER 4
30 Editor’s Page By Margaret Russell 32 Our Crowd This issue’s contributors. By Kamala Nair 34 Mailbox Our readers write 37 What’s Hot! Dispatches from the world of design 42 Giorgio Armani takes Fifth Avenue.
These ideas had elements in common with much of
the work done within the Media Lab on smart
and provided a very interesting environment
to apply much of our technology. From the begin-
ning there were a number of signiﬁcant design ob-
jectives. There obviously could not be any exposed
technology, since the clash with the appearance and
layout of the rest of the exhibit would detract from
the museum experience.
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.
A. sports B. teams C. names D. friends
A clear B. hear C. heart D. idea
Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
A. famous B. country C. ancient D. suppose
A. location B. attractive C. arrival D. decorate
Choose the best answer for each sentence.
Nam is more intelligent than Tom
Tom is not so intelligent as Nam.
In this paper we introduce a modal language L T for imposing constraints on trees, and an extension LT(L r) for imposing constraints on trees decorated with feature structures. The motivation for introducing these languages is to provide tools for formalising grammatical frameworks perspicuously, and the paper illustrates this by showing how the leading ideas of GPS6 can be captured in LT(LF). In addition, the role of modal languages (and in particular, what we have called layered modal languages) as constraint formalisms for linguistic theorising is discussed in some detail. ...