MLML Lab Meeting, 10/24

The Montreal Language Modeling Lab is holding weekly meetings starting this semester to discuss topics related to computational and quantitative linguistics. Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings 5:30pm-7:30pm in Room 117, and light food is provided. Email Emily (emily.kellison-linn@mail.mcgill.ca) to be added to the mailing list. In this week’s meeting on Tuesday (Oct. 24), Bing’er will present the 10-minute version of her first eval paper on the perception of tonal register contrast in Chinese Wu dialects, followed by a discussion of Kleinschmidt et al. (2011), “A Bayesian belief updating model of phonetic recalibration and selective adaptation,” Association for Computational Linguistics. All are welcome, but please RSVP if not on the mailing list.

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