نتایج جستجو برای language acquisition

تعداد نتایج: 410515  

2013
Ping Li, Xiaowei Zhao,

Connectionist models have had a profound impact on theories of language. While most early models were inspired by the classic parallel distributed processing architecture, recent models of language have explored various other types of models, including self-organizing models for language acquisition. In this paper, we aim at providing a review of the latter type of models, and highlight a numbe...

2002
Stephen Crain,

Nativists inspired by Chomsky are apt to provide arguments with the following general form: languages exhibit interesting generalizations that are not suggested by casual (or even intensive) examination of what people actually say; correspondingly, adults (i.e., just about anyone above the age of four) know much more about language than they could plausibly have learned on the basis of their ex...

2017
Shubhra Shree, Ashok Kumar Sahoo,

Differently abled people face a variety of different issue and problems that cut them off from their surroundings. Regardless of all the advancement, we cannot ignore the fact that the conditions provided by the society for the deaf and hard hearing are still far from being perfect. The communication with deaf and hard hearing by means of written text is not as efficient as it might seem at fir...

2016
Stefan Heinrich,

English The human brain is one of the most complex dynamic systems that enables us to communicate (and externalise) information by natural language. Our languages go far beyond single sounds for expressing intentions – in fact, human children already join discourse by the age of three. It is remarkable that in these first years they show a tremendous capability in acquiring the language compete...

2009
Peter F. Dominey,

Pickering & Garrod (P&G) describe a mechanism by which the situation models of dialog participants become progressively aligned via priming at different levels. This commentary attempts to characterize how alignment and routinization can be extended into the language acquisition domain by establishing links between alignment and joint attention, and between routinization and grammatical constru...

2004
Kuansan Wang, Ye-Yi Wang, Alex Acero,

Semantic language model is a technique that utilizes the semantic structure of an utterance to better rank the likelihood of words composing the sentence. When used in a conversational system, one can dynamically integrate the dialog state and domain semantics into the semantic language model to better guide the speech recognizer executing the decoding process. We describe one such application ...

2005
Vera Sheinman, Ari Rappoport,

ii Acknowledgements Yosuke, thanks for verifying so many funny Japanese sentences and answering so many questions over and over again. Mush, Nadav and Oren you're here for reviewing this work and making my "to revise" list much longer and better. My family and especially my grandmother, for constantly reminding me that I must have my thesis complete and for buying my "I have to write" excuse to...

1990
Michael Gasser,

This paper examines the implications of connectionist models of cognition for second language theory. Connectionism offers a challenge to the symbolic models which dominate cognitive science. In connectionist models all knowledge is embodied in a network of simple processing units joined by connections which are strengthened or weakened in response to regularities in input patterns. These model...

2000
Naoto Iwahashi,

This paper describes an algorithm for spoken language acquisition through a human-robot interface based on speech, vision, and behavior. In this algorithm the grounded language knowledge is represented by graphical statistical models consisting of hidden Markov models and stochastic context-free grammar. The learning of the lexicon is based on the independence between speech and visual features...

2005
ALEXANDER DIKOVSKY, Alexander Dikovsky,

From a plausible cognitive hypothesis explaining how little children develop complex meaning structures, we come to the conclusion that linguistic meanings are planned. The plans, we call them discourse plans, are tree-like structures composed of primitive situations and establishing referential links between the situations and the context. Linguistic meanings are second order Lambda-terms deri...

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