Belated congratulations to Dave Kleinschmidt

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Better late than never: Congratulations to Dave Kleinschmidt for winning the “Student Talk Prize” at the 2011 meeting of Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing in Paris, France. If you want to learn more about’s Dave’s work on A Bayesian belief updating model of phonetic recalibration and selective adaptation either have a look at this AMLaP abstract or read Dave’s short ACL paper on some the findings presented at the 2011 Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics workshop in Portland, Oregon (here’s a link to the full proceedings).

If you’re interested in this line of work, you might also enjoy reading Morgan Sonderegger and Alan Yu’s 2010 CogSci paper on A rational account of perceptual compensation for coarticulation, which we learned about recently.


One thought on “Belated congratulations to Dave Kleinschmidt

    Neal Fox said:
    October 14, 2011 at 11:45 am

    Nice, Dave! And thanks for that Sondregger & Yu link, Florian.


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