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Much ado about nothing: A social network model of Russian paradigmatic gaps
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This work model the persistence and spread of Russian gaps via a multi-agent model with Bayesian learning and proposes that the persistence of gaps can be explained in the absence of synchronic competition between forms. Expand
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
Modeling morphological learning, typology, and change: What can the neural sequence-to-sequence framework contribute?
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Research using neural sequence-to-sequence models as compu- tational models of morphological learning and learnability is surveyed and some proposals for future work in these areas are made. Expand
Irregularity, paradigmatic layers, and the complexity of inflection class systems
The complexity of an inflection class system is the average extent to which elements in the system inhibit motivated inferences about the realization of lexemes’ paradigm cells. Systems tend toExpand
Interpreting Sequence-to-Sequence Models for Russian Inflectional Morphology
Morphological inflection, as an engineering task in NLP, has seen a rise in the use of neural sequence-to-sequence models (Kann and Schütze, 2016; Cotterell et al., 2018; Aharoni and Goldberg, 2017).Expand
The relationship between verbal form and event structure in sign languages
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This paper presents a meta-analyses of 124 cases of canine coronavirus infection over a 25-year period and shows clear patterns of decline in cases where the immune system is attacked by the immune-compromised immune system. Expand
Inflectional networks: Graph-theoretic tools for inflectional typology
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This is the first paper to apply graph-theoretic tools to the goal of inflectional typology, using metrics from graph theory to describe and compare the organizational structure of inflectedal systems. Expand
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