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Who is Adele Goldberg?
Adele Goldberg is a computer scientist who participated in the development of the programming language Smalltalk-80 and various concepts related to object-oriented programming while a researcher at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, PARC, in the 1970s.
- also known as Голдберг, Адель
- born on (70 years ago) in Cleveland
- nationality: United States of America
- education: University of Chicago
- profession: Computer scientist
- written works: "Smalltalk-72", "In support of a semantic account of resultatives", "Succeeding with objects", "Smalltalk-80"
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Encyclopedia of Creativity (2011)
This general approach can be traced to various theorists working from the 1970s onward, including George Lakoff, Ronald Langacker, Adele Goldberg, Paul Kay, and others. With respect to the study of creativity, two developments within this school of thought are most influential, namely conceptual metaphor and conceptual blending. Conceptual blending is most associated with the writings of Mark Turner and Gilles Fauconnier. In general these theorists have expanded on Arthur ...
by Doris Schönefeld
In: Adele Goldberg (ed.), Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language, 113-130. Stanford: CSLI Publ. 1998 Conceptual integration networks.
by Yan Huang
'new' construction grammar developed by the American linguist Adele Goldberg, (iii) embodied construction grammar (ECG), and (iv) radical construction grammar. Given that constructions interact with 'context or 'common ground, and are influenced by pragmatic information, construction grammar and pragmatics share certain common interests. 2.
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