Recent & Upcoming Talks

2020

Towards automatic morphological analysis: aligning inflected forms

Several hypotheses exist according to which defectivity and overabundance can arise as a result of specific properties in the implicative relations which hold between paradigm forms. This presentation addresses the fundamental question of how we can obtain automatically good characterizations of these relations, starting from raw unsegmented inflected forms.

Simulating paradigm Evolution

analogical change and morphomic patterns

2019

Segmentation in morphology: wh-en, wh-ere, how ?

invited talk

2018

The segmentation problem in inflectional morphology

2017

A computational approach to the abstraction of morphopholonogical alternations

2016

A comprehensive view on inflectional classification

Please cite my first name as “Sacha” in references to this talk.

Generalizing patterns in Instrumented Item-and-Pattern Morphology

Please cite my first name as “Sacha” in references to this talk.

2015

Segmentation strategies for inflection class inference

Inflection classes (hereafter ICs) can be defined as groups of lexemes that inflect in similary ways. Descriptions of IC systems take …

Information-theoretic inflectional classification

Please cite my first name as “Sacha” in references to this talk.

Quantitative assessment of morphological complexity