Cognitively Plausible Models of Human Language Processing

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We pose the development of cognitively plausible models of human language processing as a challenge for computational linguistics. Existing models can only deal with isolated phenomena (e.g., garden paths) on small, specifically selected data sets. The challenge is to build models that integrate multiple aspects of human language processing at the syntactic… (More)

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@inproceedings{Keller2010CognitivelyPM, title={Cognitively Plausible Models of Human Language Processing}, author={Frank Keller}, booktitle={ACL}, year={2010} }