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Much ado about nothing: A social network model of Russian paradigmatic gaps
A number of Russian verbs lack 1sg nonpast forms. These paradigmatic gaps are puzzling because they seemingly contradict the highly productive nature of inflectional systems. We model the persistenceExpand
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MM5 Sensitivity modeling in support of VISTAS
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How inflection class systems work: On the informativity of implicative structure
The complexity of an inflection class system can be defined as the average extent to which elements in the system inhibit motivated inferences about the realization of lexemes’ paradigm cells.Expand
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Modeling morphological learning, typology, and change: What can the neural sequence-to-sequence framework contribute?
We survey research using neural sequence-to-sequence models as compu- tational models of morphological learning and learnability. We discuss their use in determining the predictability ofExpand
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Inflectional networks: Graph-theoretic tools for inflectional typology
The interpredictability of the inflected forms of lexemes is increasingly important to questions of morphological complexity and typology, but tools to quantify and visualize this aspect ofExpand
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Balkan Sprachbund Morpho-Syntactic Features (review)
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Inflection and derivation