LLIC: Logic, Language, Information and Computation Reading Group
This is a weekly forum open to anyone with an interest in logic, language, information and computation (LLIC). The Ohio State University Linguistics Department is the official home of this forum, though given the subject matter, we encourage participation from interested parties in other departments — especially mathematics, computer science and philosophy. We plan a varied schedule of work in progress presentations, general discussion and instructional tutorials. We do not shy away from the technical aspects, so be prepared to learn some math and theoretical computer science.
There was a previous site for the group when it was known as Commies.
Meeting Time and Place for Fall 2017
- Tuesdays from 2:20 to 3:40
- 265 Denney Hall
|September 19, 2017||Aksënova et al (2016) 'Morphotactics as Tier-Based Strictly Local Dependencies'|
|September 12, 2017||Continuing discussion of Hybrid type-logical grammars, first-order linear logic and the descriptive inadequacy of lambda grammars|
|September 5, 2017||Hybrid type-logical grammars, first-order linear logic and the descriptive inadequacy of lambda grammars|
|August 29, 2017||Parsing with Dynamic Continuized CCG|
|August 22, 2017||Organizational Meeting|