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-March-2009-Games-Logic-Language-and-Computation
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SUMMARY:Games, Logic, Language, and Computation
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DESCRIPTION:The workshop will be mostly devoted to
generalized quantifier theory and its interrelati
on with computational and cognitive aspects of lan
guage. One major focus will be computational compl
exity and its interplay with "difficulty" as exper
ienced by subjects in cognitive science. The works
hop will combine classical generalized quantifier
theory (linguistics and mathematics) with newer ge
neralized quantifier theory (computation and cogni
tion). For more information, see http://staff.sci
ence.uva.nl/~szymanik/GLLC
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shop will be mostly devoted to generalized\n
quantifier theory and its interrelation with com
putational and cognitive aspects of language.\n
One major focus will be computational complex
ity and its interplay with\n "difficul
ty" as experienced by subjects in cognitive s
cience. The workshop will combine classical genera
lized quantifier\n theory (linguistics and
mathematics) with newer generalized quantifier\n
theory (computation and cognition).

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\n For more information, see http://staff.science.uva.nl/~szymanik/GLL
C

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