From Unsegmented Speech to Lexical Categories Using Phoneme Distributions

author: Morten Christiansen, Department of Psychology, Cornell University
published: Oct. 31, 2007,   recorded: June 2007,   views: 3423


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Advantages of Computational Modeling of Language - Mediates between theory and data: evaluation, exploration, existence proofs; Requires making underlying assumptions explicit: can illuminate complex relationships between variables not easily grasped intuitively; make behaviorally testable predictions; No human subjects approval required!

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