Slides from tutorials

100 Things You Always Wanted to Know about Linguistics But Were Afraid to Ask* at NAACL-HLT 2012, Montreal, QC, June 3, 2012

The LinGO Grammar Matrix: Rapid Grammar Development for Hypothesis Testing, at HPSG 2010, Paris, France, July 7, 2010. With Anske Fokkens.

Grammar Customization with the LinGO Grammar Matrix, at LREC 2010, Valletta, Malta, May 17, 2010. With Anske Fokkens.

Slides/posters from recent talks

Computing Meaning: What's Semantics Got to Do with It?. CLSP Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, September 10, 2013 and CLUNCH, University of Pennsylvania, September 11, 2013.

Encoding and Deploying Linguistic Knowledge: The Grammar Matrix and AGGREGATION Projects. Language Technology Group research seminar, University of Oslo. February 5, 2013.

Multilingual Grammar Engineering with the LinGO Grammar Matrix. Poster presented at the LSA organized session 'Tech Tools: Increasing Technology Training in the Curriculum of Graduate Students in Linguistics'. 86th Annual Meeting of the LSA, Portland OR, January 8, 2012.

From Database to Treebank: Enhancing a Hypertext Grammar with Grammar Engineering. Conference on Electronic Grammaticography, University of Hawai'i, February 13, 2011.

Grammar Engineering Complements Language Documentation (poster). 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation, University of Hawai'i, February 11, 2011.

Computational Linguistics in Support of Linguistic Theory. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America. San Francisco, CA, January 9, 2009. With D. Terrence Langendoen.

Computation in Computational Linguistics. Intel Corporation. August 24, 2007.

The State of the Art in Computational Linguistics: How to get at information encoded in natural language. Amazon Developer's Conference. January 17, 2007. [Slides] [References]

Grammar Engineering for Crosslinguistic Hypothesis Testing. University of Washington, Department of Linguistics. October 13, 2006. [Slides for viewing online] [Slides for printing] [References]

Crosslinguistic Resources for the Rapid Development of Precision Computational Grammars. University of Washington, Department of Computer Science and Engineering Colloquium. May 17, 2005. Webcast of talk is archived online.

Semnatic Constraints on Syntactic NPs in Grammar Engineering. With Scott Drellishak, Bill McNeill, and Laurie Poulson. January 7, 2005. LSA, Oakland CA. [handout] [handout appendix]

Implementing a Syntax-Morphology Interface for Athabaskan. With Jeff Good. January 7, 2005. LSA, Oakland CA.

The Lexicon in the LinGO Grammar Matrix: Cross-linguistic Hypotheses about Words. University of Washington. February 24, 2004.

Implemented Grammars for the Rest of the World: The Challenge of Slave. With Jeff Good. January 7, 2005. SSILA, Oakland CA.

On the Syntax-Socio Interface: Implications of Sociolinguistic Variation for Competence Grammar. Georgetown University. November 21, 2003.

Grammar Checking in the Arboretum: Finding and Curing Trees. Microsoft/University of Washington Symposium. October 24, 2003.

 

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