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  • Chatzikyriakidis, S. & Gibson, H. (2017). The Bantu-Romance-Greek connection revisited: Processing constraints in auxiliary and clitic placement from a cross-linguistic perspective. Glossa, 2(1), 1. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Cooper, R. (2017). Charting a Way through the Trees: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 43(1-2), 121-129. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O. (2017). Grammars as Mechanisms for Interaction: The Emergence of Language Games: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 43(1-2), 129-134. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Eshghi, A., Shalyminov, I. & Lemon, O (2017). Bootstrapping incremental dialogue systems from minimal data: the generalisation power of dialogue grammars. In Proceedings of 2017 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP). ACL. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Eshghi, A., Shalyminov, I. & Lemon, O (2017). Interactional dynamics and the emergence of language games. In Howes, C. & Rieser, H. (editors), Proceedings of the workshop on Formal Approaches to the Dynamics of Linguistic Interaction (FADLI), pages 17-21. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Gregoromichelaki, E (2017). Procedural syntax and interactions. In Howes, C. & Rieser, H. (editors), Proceedings of the workshop on Formal Approaches to the Dynamics of Linguistic Interaction (FADLI), pages 22-26. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Howes, C. & Eshghi, A (2017). Feedback relevance spaces: The organisation of increments in conversation. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2017). Association for Computational Linguisitics. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kempson, R., Cann, R., Gregoromichelaki, E. & Chatzikyriakidis, S. (2017). Action-Based Grammar: Response to commentaries on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 43(1-2), 141-167. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kempson, R., Chatzikyriakidis, S. & Howes, C (2017). Cognitive science, language as a tool for interaction, and a new look at language evolution. In Howes, C. & Rieser, H. (editors), Proceedings of the workshop on Formal Approaches to the Dynamics of Linguistic Interaction (FADLI), pages 32-36. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Shalyminov, I., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2017). Challenging Neural Dialogue Models with Natural Data: Memory Networks Fail on Incremental Phenomena. In Proceedings of the 21st SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SaarDial), pages 98-106. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • White, G. (2017). Dynamic Syntax and Proof Theory: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 43(1-2), 135-140. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Yang, X. & Wu, Y. (2017). A dynamic account of verb doubling cleft construction in Chinese. Language Sciences, 59, 69-82. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

2016

  • Chatzikyriakidis, S. (2016). Afterthoughts in Greek: Gender mismatches under a dynamic framework. Journal of Linguistics, , 1-47. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Gibson, H. & Marten, L (2016). Variation and grammaticalisation in Bantu complex verbal constructions: The dynamics of information growth in Swahili, Rangi and siSwati. In Nash, Léa & Samvelian, P. (editors), Approaches to Complex Predicates. Brill. [More] [Bibtex]
  • Gibson, H. (2016). A unified dynamic account of auxiliary placement in Rangi. Lingua, 184, 79-103. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Gregoromichelaki, E. & Kempson, R (2016). Joint utterances and the (Split-) Turn Taking Puzzle.. In Mey, Jacob L. & Capone, A. (editors), Interdisciplinary studies in Pragmatics, Culture and Society Heidelberg. Verlag, Berlin. : Springer. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Gregoromichelaki, E. & Kempson, R (2016). Reporting, Dialogue, and the Role of Grammar. In Capone, Alessandro, Kiefer, F. & Lo Piparo, F. (editors), Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies. Springer. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kalatzis, D., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2016). Bootstrapping incremental dialogue systems: using linguistic knowledge to learn from minimal data. In Proceedings of the NIPS 2016 workshop on Learning Methods for Dialogue. Barcelona. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kempson, R., Cann, R., Gregoromichelaki, E. & Chatzikyriakidis, S. (2016). Language as Mechanisms for Interaction. Theoretical Linguistics, 42(3-4), 203-276. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kempson, R (2016). Syntax as the dynamics of language understanding. In Allan & Keith (editors), The Routledge Handbook of Linguistics. Routledge. [More] [Bibtex]
  • Kobele, G. M. & Merchant, J. (2016). The Dynamics of Ellipsis : Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 42(3-4), 291-296. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kobele, G. M. (2016). Actual language use and competence grammars: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 42(3-4), 277-290. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Li, W. (2016). Toward a Unitary Account of Diverse Shi Constructions in Mandarin Chinese. Taiwan Journal of Linguistics, 14(1), 120-160. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Merchant, J. (2016). An Embarrassment of Riches? Cutting Up the Elliptical Pie: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 42(3-4), 297-304. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Rieser, H. & Poesio, M. (2016). Pandora’s Box Opened: Commentary on Kempson et al. "Interaction Languages and Mechanisms for Interaction". Theoretical Linguistics, 42(3-4), 305-318. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Seraku, T. & Gibson, H. (2016). A Dynamic Syntax modelling of Japanese and Rangi clefts: parsing incrementality and the growth of interpretation. Language Sciences, 56, 45-67. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Seraku, T. (2016). A "Maximal Exclusion" Approach to Structural Uncertainty in Dynamic Syntax. PACLIC 30, , 39. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Seraku, T. & Ohtani, A (2016). The Word Order Flexibility in Japanese Novels: A Dynamic Syntax Perspective. Computational and Cognitive Approaches to Narratology. IGI Global. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Yu, Y., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2016). Training an adaptive dialogue policy for interactive learning of visually grounded word meanings. In Proceedings of SIGDIAL 2016, 17th Annual Meeting of theSpecial Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, pages 339-349. Los Angeles. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Yu, Y., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2016). Incremental Generation of Visually Grounded Language in Situated Dialogue. In Proceedings of INLG 2016. Los Angeles. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Yu, Y., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2016). An Incremental Dialogue System for Learning Visually Grounded Language (demonstration system). In Proceedings of Semdial 2016 (JerSem). New Jersey. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Yu, Y., Eshghi, A. & Lemon, O (2016). Comparing dialogue strategies for learning grounded language from human tutors. In Proceedings of Semdial 2016 (JerSem). New Jersey. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]

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2008

  • Bouzouita, M (2008). At the syntax-pragmatics interface: clitics in the history of Spanish. In Cooper, R. & Kempson, R. (editors), Language in Flux: Dialogue Coordination, Language Variation, Change and Evolution. London : College Publications. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Cooper, R. & Kempson, R. (2008). Language in flux: Dialogue coordination, language variation, change and evolution. College Publications. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Gargett, A., Gregoromichelaki, E., Howes, C. & Sato, Y (2008). Dialogue-Grammar Correspondence in Dynamic Syntax. In Proceedings of the 12th SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (LONDIAL). London, UK. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Healey, P. G (2008). Interactive Misalignment: The Role of Repair in the Development of Group Sub-Languages. In Cooper, R. & Kempson, R. (editors), Language in Flux. College Publications. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Kempson, R. & Cann, R (2008). Production pressures, syntactic change and the emergence of clitic pronouns. In Cooper, R., Kempson & R. (editors), Language in Flux: Dialogue Coordination, Language Variation, Change and Evolution. London : College Publications. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
  • Larsson, S (2008). Formalizing the Dynamics of Semantic Systems in Dialogue. In Cooper, Robin & Kempson, R. (editors), Language in Flux - Dialogue Coordination, Language Variation, Change and Evolution. College Publications, London. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex]
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