11 March 2013, Workshop "Learnability and Computational Models of Language Acquisition"
Speakers include Afra Alishahi, Barend Beekhuizen, Rens Bod, Gideon Borensztajn, Alex Clark, Jan van Eijck, Shalom Lappin and Jelle Zuidema.
Afra Alishahi: "Language learning as a unified probabilistic process"
Barend Beekhuizen: "What we can learn from bound learners"
Rens Bod: "How I got into Sequential Structure: A Personal Odyssey"
Gideon Borensztajn: "From place cells in rats to human syntax: the construction of a cognitive map of grammar"
Alex Clark: "Learning trees from strings: a strong learning result for some context-free grammars.
Jan van Eijck: "Learning from the perspective of dynamic epistemic logic."
Shalom Lappin: "Towards a Statistical Model of Grammaticality"
Jelle Zuidema: "Contextfreeness revisited"
Because the workshop includes lunch and the capacity is limited, we ask those planning to attend to register with Barend Beekhuizen at barendbeekhuizen at gmail.com before March 5th.
For more information, contact barendbeekhuizen at gmail.com.