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Volume 6 (2023)

Papers

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Preface: SCiL 2023 Editors’ Note
Tim Hunter and Brandon Prickett

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Analogy in Contact: Modeling Maltese Plural Inflection
Sara Court, Andrea D. Sims, and Micha Elsner

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Modeling island effects with probabilistic tier-based strictly local grammars over trees
Charles J. Torres, Kenneth Hanson, Thomas Graf, and Connor Mayer

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Neural Networks Can Learn Patterns of Island-insensitivity in Norwegian
Anastasia Kobzeva, Suhas Arehalli, Tal Linzen, and Dave Kush

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On the Spectra of Syntactic Structures
Isabella Senturia and Robert Frank

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Parsing "Early English Books Online" for Linguistic Search
Seth Kulick, Neville Ryant, and Beatrice Santorini

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Rethinking Representations: A Log-bilinear Model of Phonotactics
Huteng Dai, Connor Mayer, and Richard Futrell

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Assessing the Featural Organisation of Paradigms with Distributional Methods
Olivier Bonami, Lukáš Kyjánek, and Marine Wauquier

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Differentiable Tree Operations Promote Compositional Generalization
Paul Soulos, Edward Hu, Kate McCurdy, Yunmo Chen, Roland Fernandez, Paul Smolensky, and Jianfeng Gao

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Do language models know how to be polite?
Soo-Hwan Lee and Shaonan Wang

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Formal Properties of Agreeing Minimalist Grammars
Marina Ermolaeva and Gregory Kobele

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Evidence for Efficiency in Chinese Abbreviations
Yanting Li, Gregory Scontras, and Richard Futrell

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Investigating Morphosyntactic Variation in African American English on Twitter
Tessa Masis, Chloe Eggleston, Lisa J. Green, Taylor Jones, Meghan Armstrong, and Brendan O'Connor

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L0-regularization induces subregular biases in LSTMs
Charles J. Torres and Richard Futrell

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Modeling Substitution Errors in Spanish Morphology Learning
Libby Barak, Nathalie Fernandez Echeverri, Naomi H. Feldman, and Patrick Shafto