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The price of linguistic productivity [electronic resource] : how children learn to break the rules of language

The price of linguistic productivity [electronic resource] : how children learn to break the rules of language

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Yang, Charles D.
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The price of linguistic productivity [electronic resource] : how children learn to break the rules of language / Charles Yang.
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Cambridge, MA :   The MIT Press,   2016.  
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1 online resource (xii, 268 p.).
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9780262336376 (electronic bk.) 0262336375 (electronic bk.) 9780262035323 0262035324
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Title from e-Book title page.  
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
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Linguistic analysis (Linguistics). Bilingualism in children. Computational linguistics.
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Table of Contents

Section	Section Description	Page Number
Acknowledgments	p. xi
1	Border Wars	p. 1
1.1	    How Grammars Leak	p. 2
1.2	    Where Core Meets Periphery	p. 5
1.3	    Some Outstanding Problems	p. 9
2	The Inevitability of Rules	p. 15
2.1	    Statistical Profiles of Grammar	p. 15
2.1.1	        The Long Tail	p. 17
2.1.2	        Quantifying Sparsity	p. 21
2.1.3	        Distributional Sparsity and Language Learning	p. 22
2.2	    Interlude: Irregular Rules and Irregular Verbs	p. 26
2.3	    Productivity in Child Language	p. 31
2.3.1	        The Wug Test	p. 31
2.3.2	        Regularization vs. Irregularization in English	p. 33
2.3.3	        Productivity across Languages	p. 34
3	The Tipping Point	p. 41
3.1	    Learning by Generalization	p. 41
3.2	    The Cost of Exceptions	p. 45
3.3	    Elsewhere in Language Processing	p. 49
3.3.1	        Listing Exceptions	p. 50
3.3.2	        Exceptions before Rules	p. 52
3.4	    The Tolerance Principle	p. 60
3.5	    Remarks	p. 66
3.5.1	        Smaller Is Better	p. 66
3.5.2	        Types, Tokens, and Artificial Languages	p. 67
3.5.3	        Effective Vocabulary and Variation	p. 69
3.5.4	        Recursive Tolerance and Structured Rules	p. 71
3.5.5	        Structures and Statistics	p. 75
4	Signal and Noise	p. 79
4.1	    When Felt Becomes Feeled	p. 81
4.1.1	        Evaluating Irregulars	p. 83
4.1.2	        Adam, Eve. and Abe	p. 87
4.1.3	        Why Are Noun Plurals Easier to Learn?	p. 91
4.2	    A Recursive Approach to Stress	p. 93
4.2.1	        A Sketch of English Stress	p. 94
4.2.2	        Prosodic Development and Learnability	p. 96
4.2.3	        Stage Transitions in Stress Acquisition	p. 99
4.3	    The Mysteries of Nominabzation	p. 106
4.3.1	        Productivity and Frequency	p. 107
4.3.2	        Form Proposes, Meaning Disposes, Tolerance Decides	p. 109
4.3.3	        Evaluating Nominalization Suffixes	p. 112
4.4	    The Horrors of German: Exceptions that Force the Rules	p. 121
4.4.1	        More Regularity After All	p. 121
4.4.2	        How to Find Subregularities	p. 125
4.4.3	        German Plurals: A Recap	p. 133
5	When Language Fails	p. 139
5.1	    Finding Gaps	p. 140
5.1.1	        Stride, Strode, *Stridden	p. 143
5.1.2	        Stem Alternations in Spanish	p. 147
5.1.3	        Defective Inflections in Russian	p. 152
5.1.4	        The Indeterminacy of Polish Masculine Genitives	p. 154
5.2	    The Rise and Fall of Productivity	p. 157
5.3	    Diagnosing Sickness	p. 160
5.3.1	        The Symptoms	p. 160
5.3.2	        Predicting Case Substitution	p. 165
5.3.3	        The Actuation of Change	p. 166
6	The Logic of Evidence	p. 171
6.1	    Inference and Weight of Evidence	p. 172
6.1.1	        Indeterminacy	p. 172
6.1.2	        Indirect Negative Evidence	p. 174
6.1.3	        Sufficiency of Positive Evidence	p. 177
6.2	    Why Are There No Asleep Cats?	p. 180
6.2.1	        The Failure of Indirect Negative Evidence	p. 181
6.2.2	        A-adjectives Are Not Atypical	p. 184
6.2.3	        Generalization with Sufficient Evidence	p. 187
6.3	    Resolving Baker''s Paradox	p. 190
6.3.1	        Conditions on Dative Constructions	p. 191
6.3.2	        How to Text Me a Message	p. 198
6.3.3	        Beyond the First Years of Life	p. 206
7	On Language Design	p. 215
7.1	    Computational Efficiency in Language Acquisition	p. 215
7.2	    Core and Periphery Revisited	p. 218
7.3	    The Ecology of Language Learning	p. 223
Bibliography	p. 229
Index	p. 257

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