This week, Hossep will continue his presentation from last week on reduplication. details and papers can be found from last week's announcement. See you on Friday!
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This week there is no MathLing meeting due to the holiday, but as a special treat, please enjoy the slides from Sam van Gool's Fontiers talk last Friday on the Google drive! Those looking for an extended version may visit his website.
This Friday, Hossep will present "Computing Reduplication: Typology and Learning", based on his recent manuscript Reduplication with Finite-State Technology", which is uploaded to the Google Drive. See you Friday!
There will be no meeting on Nov 10 since several people are out of town. Sorry for the late notice.
This Friday, Alena will present her recent manuscript "Formal Restrictions on Multiple Tiers". The abstract is below. See you all Friday!
Abstract: The class of tier-based strictly local (TSL) languages has shown itself as a good fit for natural language patterns. Although there are some cases when one …
This Friday, Mai Ha Vu from University of Delaware will discuss Model-Theoretic Syntax, building on the work of Pullum and Schultz (2010) and Jim Rogers's (1998) model-theoretic treatment of GB theory. See you all on Friday!
Hi all! This Friday, Enes Avcu from UDelaware will discuss the development of recursive neural networks, from perceptrons to Long Short-Term Memory nets. There is no corresponding reading See you all on Friday!
This Friday, Jeff will discuss backpropagation and stochadtic gradient descent in neural nets. The corresponding reading (Section 2.8 of Yoav Goldberg's book "Neural Network Methods for Natural Language Processing") can be found on the Google Drive. See you all on Friday!
This Friday, Jon will discuss beim Graben and Gerth's paper of "Geometric Representations for Minimalist Grammars". The paper can be found on the Google Drive. See you all on Friday!
This Friday, Jon will give a talk on Tensor Product Representations and Harmonic Grammar. The accompanied reading is Smolensky and Legendre's "Harmonic Mind Vol. 1" which can be found on the Google Drive. See you all on Friday!
This Friday, Thomas is going to give an Introduction to Perceptrons See you all on Friday!
This Friday, Aniello is going to talk about geometrical approaches to morphological paradigms, based on a recent paper by Goldsmith. As usual, you don't need to read the paper, but if you are curious you can find it in the Math Reading Group's Google Drive.
See you all …
The meeting time for this semester is Fridays, 12-1 pm. The next meeting of the Mathematical Linguistics Reading Group will be held on September 8. Gary Mar will present his paper "A Brief History of the Logic of Time".
Hope to see you all there!