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Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language Acquisition

More information at WS15 workshop page. (try the local copy if the link doesn't work)

Accepted papers

  • Yvan Rose, Gregory Hedlund, Rod Byrne, Todd Wareham and Brian MacWhinney: A Computational Basis for Phonological Database Elaboration and Model Testing
  • Kenji Sagae, Eric Davis, Alon Lavie, Brian MacWhinney and Shuly Wintner: High-accuracy Annotation and Parsing of CHILDES Transcripts
  • Paula Buttery and Anna Korhonen: I will shoot your shopping down and you can shoot all my tins - Automatic Lexical Acquisition from the CHILDES Database
  • Marco Baroni, Alessandro Lenci and Luca Onnis: ISA meets Lara: An incremental word space model for cognitively plausible simulations of semantic learning
  • Alessio Plebe, Vivian De La Cruz and Marco Mazzone: Simulating the acquisition of object names
  • Christophe Parisse: Rethinking the syntactic burst in young children
  • Rens Bod: A Linguistic Investigation into Unsupervised DOP
  • Afra Alishahi and Suzanne Stevenson: A Cognitive Model for the Representation and Acquisition of Verb Selectional Preferences
  • Oren Tsur and Ari Rappoport: Using Classifier Features for Studying the Effect of Native Language on the Choice of Written Second Language Words
  • Barry Devereux and Fintan Costello: Learning to interpret novel noun-noun compounds: evidence from a category learning experiment
  • James Gorman and James Curran: The Topology of Synonymy and Homonymy Networks
  • Tamas Biro: The Benefits of Errors: Learning an OT Grammar with a Structured Candidate Set

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