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Proceeding of the Australasian Language Technology Workshop 2006

Lawrence Cavedon, Ingrid Zukerman
the Australasian Language Technology Workshop (ALTW) 2006, held at the University of Sydney   unpublished
and the international LT community; • to foster interaction between academic and industrial researchers; • to encourage dissemination of research results; • to provide a forum for the discussion of new  ...  This is the fourth annual installment of the workshop in its most-recent incarnation, and the continuation of an annual workshop series that has existed under various guises since the early 90s.  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks to John Coleman for supervision, Keola Donaghy for the electronic Hawaiian dictionary, Greg Kochanski for discussions on probability, and Lamakū for financial support.  ... 

Social Factors in the Production, Perception and Processing of Contact Varieties: Evidence from Bilingual Corpora, Nativeness Evaluations, and Real-time Processing (EEG) of Spanish-accented English

Emily Sabo, University, My
Originating in the 1960's with the work of William Labov, the field of sociolinguistics has given way to a rich literature that continues to uncover the many ways in which social factors influence how  ...  'to go' in Ecuadorian Spanish has historically been traced to contact effects from Quichua, analysis of a present-day Ecuadorian Spanish corpus reveals that Quichua-Spanish bilinguals do not use the construction  ...  Sem Sim = semantic similarity of predictable and encountered word in a given sentential item.  ... 
doi:10.7302/1544 fatcat:lirbqqjicfep3fgc2rumsr6iya