Welcome to the Reading Group for Cognitive And Computational approaches to Language
Spring 2012: meetings are
Tues 3:30 in Oxley 24


CaCL is a reading and discussion group for researchers interested in the role of computation and cognition in linguistics.

We are a diverse group from all branches of linguistics and many related fields, and we look at modeling cognitive architectures and linguistic perception and production from many perspectives. We read and discuss a different article each week, whose topics range from conceptualizing a modeling problem to fully implemented Bayesian modeling, applying these concepts to a range of language problems, from syntax and semantics to phonemic variation.

March 30 -- Organizational meeting
April 6 -- Bridget: workshop COSI experiment
April 13 -- Prosodic annotation workshop
April 20 -- Hartman: ???
April 27 -- Sara: ???
May 4 -- Kiwa, et al: task testing
May 11 -- Mike P: workshop COSI experiment
May 18 -- Kodi: QP2 Colloquium
May 25 -- Speech prosody
June 1 -- CogFest (keynote by Ted Gibson)