Target Selection in Error Selective Learning [chapter]

Michael Becker
The Acquisition of Hebrew Phonology and Morphology  
SR (aka "SaXaK fl , Adam & Bat-El 2007a ,b, 2009 shows a typical acquisition pattern of first avoiding marked structures, then repairing them, then producing them faithfully. I propose a method for diagnosing and quantifying avoidance, and then analyze the avoidance using the null parse approach. I offer a computationally implemented analysis of SR's acquisition path in terms of Error Selective Learning (Tessier
doi:10.1163/9789004280151_008 fatcat:rcdn6sy36bdzfigowliqrhgj5m