Congratulations to Dave Kleinschmidt for receiving a NSF Graduate Fellowship for his work on computational models of phonological category acquisition and phonological adaptation. Congratulations also to Esteban Buz for an honorable mention and excellent reviews for his work on using the iterative artificial language learning paradigm to study language change and the morpho-syntactic level.
Dave just finished a write-up of the first steps in his research on phonological adaptation. As soon as the reviewer comments are in, we will post the paper for comments on academia.edu.
Update 11/30/11: Dave’s paper is now available on academia.edu
- Kleinschmidt, D. and Jaeger, T. F. 2011. A Bayesian belief updating model of phonetic recalibration and selective adaptation. Proceedings of the Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics Workshop at ACL, Portland, OR, June 23rd, 10-19.
Congratulations to Dave for receiving an honorable mention for the Best Student Paper award at the ACL workshop. An update on this paper won the Best Student Talk at AMLaP 2011, Paris, France.