Accepted Papers

A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF CROSS-SITUATIONAL LEXICAL LEARNING OF BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE
Pablo Faria

AN AGENT-BASED MODEL OF A HISTORICAL WORD ORDER CHANGE
Jelke Bloem, Arjen Versloot and Fred Weerman

ESTIMATING GRAMMEME REDUNDANCY BY MEASURING THEIR IMPORTANCE FOR SYNTACTIC PARSER PERFORMANCE
Aleksandrs Berdicevskis

EVALUATING MODELS OF COMPUTATION AND STORAGE IN HUMAN SENTENCE PROCESSING
Thang Luong, Timothy O'Donnell and Noah Goodman

IMPROVING COORDINATION ON NOVEL MEANING THROUGH CONTEXT AND SEMANTIC STRUCTURE
Thomas Brochhagen

LANGUAGE EMERGENCE IN A POPULATION OF ARTIFICIAL AGENTS EQUIPPED WITH THE AUTOTELIC PRINCIPLE
Miquel Cornudella and Thierry Poibeau

MODELING DATIVE ALTERNATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN
Antal van den Bosch and Joan Bresnan

MOTIF DISCOVERY IN INFANT- AND ADULT-DIRECTED SPEECH
Bogdan Ludusan, Amanda Seidl, Emmanuel Dupoux and Alex Cristia

PERCEPTUAL, CONCEPTUAL, AND FREQUENCY EFFECTS ON ERROR PATTERNS IN ENGLISH COLOR TERM ACQUISITION
Barend Beekhuizen and Suzanne Stevenson

READING METRICS FOR ESTIMATING TASK EFFICIENCY WITH SMT OUTPUT
Sigrid Klerke, Sheila Castilho and Anders Søgaard

TOWARDS A MODEL OF PREDICTION-BASED SYNTACTIC CATEGORY ACQUISITION: FIRST STEPS WITH WORD EMBEDDINGS
Robert Grimm, Giovanni Cassani, Walter Daelemans and Steven Gillis

UNITS IN SEGMENTATION: A COMPUTATIONAL INVESTIGATION
Çağrı Çöltekin

USING READING BEHAVIOR TO PREDICT GRAMMATICAL FUNCTIONS
Maria Barrett

WHICH DISTRIBUTIONAL CUES HELP THE MOST? UNSUPERVISED CONTEXTS SELECTION FOR LEXICAL CATEGORY ACQUISITION
Giovanni Cassani, Robert Grimm, Walter Daelemans and Steven Gillis
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