Loading Icon

Information flow

In discourse-based grammatical theory, information flow is any tracking of referential information by speakers. Information may be new, just introduced into the conversation; given, already active in the speakers' consciousness; or old, no longer active. The various types of activation, and how these are defined, are model-dependent.

Metrics Summary

Total Publications
Lifetime
4,963
Prior Five Years
1,284
Total Citations
Lifetime
85,320
Prior Five Years
6,343
Total Scholars
Lifetime
7,474
Prior Five Years
6,001

Institutional Rankings

Global (Worldwide)
Show More
National Institutional Rankings

Publications and Citation History

Publications based on Disciplines

Scholars based on Disciplines

Publications based on Fields

Scholars based on Fields

Highly Ranked Scholars™

Lifetime
Prior Five Years

Highly Cited Publications

Lifetime