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121. Pipes: Linguistic Support for for Ordered Asynchronous Invocations - Adrian Colbrook; Eric A. Brewer; Wilson C. Hsieh; Paul Wang; William E. Weihl
... in multiprocessor systems. Pipes allow a sequence of remote invocations to be performed in order, but asynchronously with respect to the calling thread. Using pipes results in programs that are easier to understand and debug than those with explicit synchronization between asynchronous invocations. The semantics

122. “You suck!” Literariness and textual presence in professional wrestling - Warden, Claire
This paper examines the complex position of language in professional wrestling, a medium dominated by the visceral body and yet constantly interrupted by linguistic interventions from the wrestlers and the commentators. The audience also have a substantial role to play in this dynamic and yet it is in silence that the audience is able to make its most influential contribution.

123. Informe encuesta socioliguística sobre uso, actitudes y opiniones linguísticas de la comunidad en providencia y santa catalina islas en lo referente al creole inglés, el inglés formal y el español - Lynn Dittmann, Marcia

124. Estudio linguístico para la implementación del programa de educación bilingue en el municipio de providencia y santa catalina - Yolette Hooker, Yolanda; Robinson, Beatriz

125. Linguística y lenguas criollas - patiño Roselli, Carlos

126. Una descripción linguística del criollo de san andrés - O`Flynn de Chaves, Carol

127. Capital lingüístico en inglés y desigualdad de oportunidades educativas: exploración en dos colegios oficiales de bogotá, colombia - Dávila Pérez, Diana Marcela

128. La incidencia de las políticas y la planeación lingüísticas en las actitudes lingüísticas de los estudiantes colombianos - Montoya Ávila, Angélica

129. Sexismo lingüístico: aproximación a un problema complejo de la lingüística contemporánea - Bolaños Cuéllar, Sergio

130. “being successful meant speaking well, and speaking well meant speaking standard english”. aproximación al estudio de las actitudes lingüísticas en hablantes trilingües: inglés criollo, inglés estándar y español - García León, Javier Enrique

131. Ideologías lingüísticas y chamanismo entre los indígenas yukuna-matapí - Robayo, Camilo Alberto

132. Musicality Correlates With Sociability and Emotionality in Williams Syndrome - Ng, Rowena; Lai, Philip; Levitin, Daniel J.; Bellugi, Ursula
Williams Syndrome (WS) is a neurogenetic developmental disorder characterized by peaks and valleys of cognitive abilities. One peak that has been understudied is the affinity that many individuals with WS have toward music. It remains unknown whether their high levels of musical interest, skill and expressivity are related to their sociable personality or their verbal intelligence. We examined the relationships between musicality (musical interest, creativity and expressivity), sociability (social-emotionality, social approach) and language comprehension in WS and typically developing (TD) controls. Findings suggest that emotion-expressivity through music in WS may be linked to their sensitivity and responsivity to emotions of...

133. Innovar para educar: Uso de los dispositivos móviles en la enseñanza y aprendizaje del inglés - Nuez, Graciela; Sánchez Suárez, José A.
[ES] La utilización de los dispositivos móviles para la enseñanza y aprendizaje de la lengua inglesa implica una exploración profunda de nuestra práctica y diseño docente. El presente estudio desvela a través del paradigma de las ciencias cognitivas algunos conceptos base que han sustentado la educación española, sugiere el empleo de los dispositivos como herramientas de innovación y por último analiza diversos materiales disponibles en la red para su aplicación en entornos educativos.

134. Predicting self-monitoring skills using textual posts on Facebook - He, Qiwei; Glas, Cees A.W.; Kosinski, Michal; Stillwell, David J.; Veldkamp, Bernard P.
The popularity of the social networking site Facebook (FB) has grown unprecedented during the past five years. The research question investigated is whether posts on FB would also be applicable for the prediction of users’ psychological traits such as self-monitoring (SM) skill that is supposed to be linked with users’ expression behavior in the online environment. We present a model to evaluate the relationship between the posts and SM skills. The aim of this study is twofold: first, to evaluate the quality of responses to the Snyder’s Self-Monitoring Questionnaire (1974) collected via the Internet; and secondly, to explore the textual...

135. LANGUAGE MODEL ADAPTATION FOR AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION AND STATISTICAL MACHINE TRANSLATION - Woosung Kim
Language modeling is critical and indispensable for many natural language ap-plications such as automatic speech recognition and machine translation. Due to the complexity of natural language grammars, it is almost impossible to construct language models by a set of linguistic rules; therefore statistical techniques have been dominant for language modeling over the last few decades. All statistical modeling techniques, in principle, work under some conditions: 1) a reasonable amount of training data is available and 2) the training data comes from the same population as the test data to which we want to apply our model. Based on observations from...

136. for Advances in Pragmatics - Kent Bach; Noël Burton-roberts
Influenced by the Wittgensteinian slogan “Don’t look for the meaning, look for the use, ” ordinary language philosophers aimed to defuse various philosophical problems by analyzing key words in terms of what they are used to do or the conditions for appropriately using them. Although Moore, Grice and Searle exposed this error – mixing pragmatics with semantics – it still gets committed, now to a different end. Nowadays the aim is to reckon with the fact that the meanings of a great many sentences underdetermine what we would normally mean in using them – even if the sentence is free...

137. Logical grammars based on constraint handling rules - Henning Christiansen
Abstract. A grammar formalism called GHRG based on CHR is proposed analogously to the way Definite Clause Grammars are defined and implemented on top of Prolog. A CHRG executes as a robust bottom-up parser with an inherent treatment of ambiguity. The rules of a CHRG may refer to grammar symbols on either side of a sequence to be matched and this provides a powerful way to let parsing and attribute evaluation depend on linguistic context; examples show disambiguation of simple and ambiguous context-free rules and a handling of coordination in natural language. CHRGs may have rules to produce and consume...

138. To Appear: Journal of Adaptive Behavior, June 2007 On The Collective Nature of Human Intelligence On The Collective Nature of Human Intelligence - Alex (sandy Pentland
A fundamental assumption of cognitive science is that the individual is the correct unit of analysis for understanding human intelligence. I present evidence that this assumption may have limited utility, that the social networks containing the individuals are an important additional unit of analysis, and that this `network intelligence ’ is significantly mediated by non-linguistic processes. Across a broad range of situations these network effects typically predict 40 % or more of the variation in human behavior.

139. La llengua amagada. La immersió lingüística a Elx - Ibarra Martínez, Encarnación
Aquest treball final de grau se centra en la immersió lingüística a Elx, a partir de l'experiència del CEIP Miguel de Cervantes (Elx). El treball final consistix en un vídeo que inclou les entrevistes d'alguns dels protagonistes d'aquest procés: professorat, direcció i inspecció. A banda, hi afegim un document escrit amb les transcripcions de les entrevistes completes, així com també anotacions sobre els aspectes més rellevants del procés i les conclusions a les quals hem arribat. Per fer aquest treball, en primer lloc, hem explicat quina era la situació lingüística a Elx quan es van posar en marxa la immersió...

140. Articulación entre conocimiento del mundo y conocimiento lingüístico en la comprensión de relaciones causales y contracausales: el papel de las partículas conectivas - Zunino, Gabriela; Abusamra, Valeria; Raiter, Alejandro

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