Batali, J. (1998) Computational simulations of the emergence of grammar. In Hurford, J. R., Studdert-Kennedy, M. and Knight C., editors, Approaches to the Evolution of Language: Social and Cognitive Bases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Back to the paper...

Citations (only within this site)   [Sort by year]   [Sort by author]   [Sort by citations]

2004-The Role of Learning and Development in Language Evolution: A Connectionist Perspective - Christiansen, Dale ::
2003-A Distributed Learning Algorithm for Communication Development - de Jong, Steels ::
2003-Iterated Learning and Grounding: From Holistic to Compositional Languages - Vogt ::
2003-Simplicity as a Driving Force in Linguistic Evolution - Brighton :: 1
2003-Evolution of an Optimal Lexicon under Constraints from Embodiment - Zuidema, Westermann ::
2003-The Language Mosaic and its Evolution - Hurford ::
2003-Progress in the simulation of emergent communication and language - Wagner, Reggia, Uriagereka, Wilkinson :: 1
2003-Evolving Communication through the Inference of Meaning - Smith ::
2003-Compositionality from culture: the role of environment structure and learning bias - Smith :: 4
2003-The Transmission of Language: models of biological and cultural evolution - Smith :: 6
2003-Learning biases and language evolution - Smith :: 1
2002-Simulated Evolution of Language: a Review of the Field - Perfors ::
2002-The cultural evolution of communication in a population of neural networks - Smith :: 17
2002-Learning and the evolution of language: The role of cultural variation and learning costs in the Baldwin Effect - Munroe, Cangelosi :: 1
2002-Methodological Issues in Simulating the Emergence of Language - Tonkes, Wiles :: 6
2002-The negotiation and acquisition of recursive grammars as a result of competition among exemplars - Batali :: 34
2002-Evolution of language diversity: the survival of the fitness - Solan, Ruppin, Horn, Edelman ::
2002-Toward Automated Evolution of Agent Communication Languages - Gmytrasiewicz, Summers, Gopal :: 1
2002-Language evolution and change - Christiansen :: 1
2002-Learning, Bottlenecks and the Evolution of Recursive Syntax - Kirby :: 40
2002-Natural Language from Artificial Life - Kirby :: 15
2002-Natural selection and cultural selection in the evolution of communication - Smith :: 8
2002-Factors influencing the origins of colour categories - Belpaeme :: 3
2002-The Emergence of Linguistic Structure: An overview of the Iterated Learning Model - Kirby, Hurford :: 15
2002-Expression/induction models of language evolution: dimensions and issues - Hurford :: 15
2001-On the Origins of Linguistic Structure: Computational models of the evolution of language - Tonkes :: 1
2001-Towards formal models of embodiment and self-organization of language - Zuidema, Westermann :: 1
2001-Emergent syntax: the unremitting value of computational modeling for understanding the origins of complex language - Zuidema :: 3
2001-Spontaneous evolution of linguistic structure: an iterated learning model of the emergence of regularity and irregularity - Kirby :: 35
2001-Robotic Experiments on the Emergence of a Lexicon - Van Looveren ::
2001-On the Relevance of Language Evolution Models for Cognitive Science - Zuidema, Westermann ::
2000-The Emergence of Grammar in Communicating Autonomous Robotic Agents - Steels :: 4
2000-Language as a Complex Adaptive System - Steels ::
2000-Selective advantages of syntactic language - a model study - Zuidema, Hogeweg :: 1
2000-Semiotic schemata: Selection units for linguistic cultural evolution - Kaplan :: 1
2000-Evolution of syntax in groups of agents - Zuidema :: 2
2000-Evolutionary Perspectives on Diachronic Syntax - Briscoe :: 9
2000-Learners are losers: Natural selection and learning in the evolution of communication - Smith :: 3
2000-Evolving learnable languages - Tonkes, Blair, Wiles :: 2
2000-Incremental Simulations of the Emergence of Grammar: Towards Complex Sentence-Meaning Mappings - Popescu-Belis, Batali ::
2000-Towards Automating the Evolution of Linguistic Competence in Artificial Agents - Gmytrasiewicz, Gopal ::
2000-Simulated Evolution of Communication: The Emergence of Meaning - Perfors :: 1
2000-Social transmission favours linguistic generalization - Hurford :: 17
2000-Modelling language-physiology coevolution - Livingstone, Fyfe :: 2
2000-The Emergence of Syntax - Hurford :: 1
2000-Syntax without Natural Selection: How compositionality emerges from vocabulary in a population of learners - Kirby :: 44
1999-The learning barrier: Moving from innate to learned systems of communication - Oliphant :: 27
1999-Syntax out of Learning: the cultural evolution of structured communication in a population of induction algorithms - Kirby :: 14
1999-Social patterns restrict evolving patterns - Zuidema ::
1999-The Evolution of Language and Languages - Hurford :: 4
1999-Collective learning and semiotic dynamics - Steels, Kaplan :: 11
1999-Self-Organisation in Vowel Systems - de Boer :: 12
1999-Learning, Bottlenecks and Infinity: a working model of the evolution of syntactic communication - Kirby :: 4
1998-Language evolution without natural selection: From vocabulary to syntax in a population of learners - Kirby :: 11
1998-A New Approach to Class Formation in Multi-Agent Simulations of Language Evolution - Kaplan :: 3
1998-Spontaneous Lexicon Change - Steels, Kaplan :: 7
1998-Getting the Point Across: The Effect of Recurrent Network Biases on the Evolution of a Simple Language - Tonkes ::
1997-The origins of syntax in visually grounded robotic agents - Steels :: 41
1997-The synthetic modeling of language origins - Steels :: 70
1997-Learning and the emergence of coordinated communication - Oliphant, Batali :: 36
1997-Formal Approaches to Innate and Learned Communication: Laying the Foundation for Language - Oliphant :: 11

Home    ::    Comments to: "junwang4 at"    ::    last update: 10/17/04