Probabilistic Relations between Words : Evidence from Reduction in Lexical Production

@inproceedings{Jurafsky2000ProbabilisticRB,
  title={Probabilistic Relations between Words : Evidence from Reduction in Lexical Production},
  author={Daniel Jurafsky and Alan Bell and Michelle L. Gregory and William D. Raymond},
  year={2000}
}
The ideas of frequency and predictability have played a fundamental role in models of human language processing for well over a hundred years (Schuchardt, 1885; Jespersen, 1922; Zipf, 1929; Martinet, 1960; Oldfield & Wingfield, 1965; Fidelholz, 1975; Jescheniak & Levelt, 1994; Bybee, 1996). While most psycholinguistic models have thus long included word frequency as a component, recent models have proposed more generally that probabilistic information about words, phrases, and other linguistic… CONTINUE READING

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