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To appear in the Proceedings of NELS43. When Worst is Best: Grammar Construction in Phonological Learning *

By Bruce Tesar


This paper explores a benefit of a language learner that accumulates and stores selected information about the target grammar, separate from the representation of the grammar itself. The benefit of interest is the ability to use the accumulated information to construct grammars other than the most plausible “best guess ” grammar, and to use thos

Year: 2013
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