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« Concepts, Composition and Conversational Coordination : Semantic Competence for Situated Interaction » Composition - David Schlangen (3/4)

Retrouvez le séminaire de David Schlangen (Université de Potsdam (Allemagne)) dans le cadre de la Chaire Internationale 2019 du Labex EFL.    Plan de ce troisième séminaire : syntactic structure as interface compositional referential semantics using classifiers: reference resolution, visual questionanswering composing distributed sentence representations: situational entailment generating referring expressionsRetrouvez les slides de cette intervention sur le site du Labex EFL : http://www.labex-efl.com/wordpress/2019/09/12/chaire-internationale-2019-david-schlangen-concepts-composition-and-conversational-coordination-semantic-competence-for-situated-interaction/
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« Concepts, Composition and Conversational Coordination : Semantic Competence for Situated Interaction » Multimodal Concepts - David Schlangen (2/4)

Retrouvez le séminaire de David Schlangen (Université de Potsdam (Allemagne)) dans le cadre de la Chaire Internationale 2019 du Labex EFL. Plan de ce deuxième séminaire : different kinds of word meanings & word meaning representations: classifiers, semantic spaces,explicit definitions acquisition of word meanings through referential interaction concepts in the head, and in the language community cross-over: using word-only knowledge to recognise objects (aka zero-shot learning) bottom-up and top-down influences on naming Retrouvez les slides de cette intervention sur le site du Labex EFL : <a href="http://www.labex-efl.com/wordpress/2019/09/12/chaire-internationale-2019-david-schlangen-concepts-composition-and-conversational-coordination-semantic-competence-for-situated-interaction/">http://www.labex-efl.com/wordpress/2019/09/12/chaire-internationale-2019-david-schlangen-concepts-composition-and-conversational-coordination-semantic-competence-for-situated-interaction/
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« Concepts, Composition and Conversational Coordination : Semantic Competence for Situated Interaction » Introduction, Overview - David Schlangen (1/4)

Retrouvez le séminaire de David Schlangen (Université de Potsdam (Allemagne)) dans le cadre de la Chaire Internationale 2019 du Labex EFL. Plan de ce premier séminaire : explanandum constraints on the explanation sketch of the discourse model data: language & vision corpora as semantically annotated language resources outline of the model why not end-to-end / deep learning?Retrouvez les slides de cette inervention sur le site du Labex EFL : <a href="http://www.labex-efl.com/wordpress/2019/09/12/chaire-internationale-2019-david-schlangen-concepts-composition-and-conversational-coordination-semantic-competence-for-situated-interaction/">http://www.labex-efl.com/wordpress/2019/09/12/chaire-internationale-2019-david-schlangen-concepts-composition-and-conversational-coordination-semantic-competence-for-situated-interaction/
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Monogenesis and (de)creolization - Conférence de Sandro Sessarego

Sandro Sessarego (University of Texas at Austin) donne sa deuxième conférence au campus CNRS de Villejuif dans le cadre de la Chaire Internationale du Labex EFL. Abstract : This module will cover two of the main hypotheses that have been proposed in the literature to account for the relative paucity of Spanish-based creoles in the Americas (monogenesis and (de)creolization).
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The role of prosodic information in children‘s sentence interpretation - Barbara Höhle (3/4)

The third seminar will deal with the processing of prosodic information in preschool children and the integration of prosodic information into sentence comprehension at the interface of semantics and pragmatics. I will question research that seems to suggest that children loose their sensitivity to prosodic information during the preschool age and present crosslinguistic evidence that preschoolers are able to exploit prosodic information for focus assignment. This block will also highlight methodological challenges in studying linguistic competence at the semantics/pragmatics interface.
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