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Andraspråksinlärning för teckenspråk - Collaboration on the Cross-Linguistic L2 Corpus
Samarbetet syftar till att initiera ny forskning kring andraspråksinlärning av ett tecknat språk. Vid Stockholms universitet kan man inom bl.a. det nystartade utbildningen kandidatprogrammet i teckenspråk och tolkning läsa svenskt teckenspråk som ett andraspråk och även våra andra kurser i ...
Attentional Factors in Integration and Separation of the Auditory and Visual Speech Signals
The project deals with integration of the auditory and visual signals in speech processing. It involves taking into consideration discrepancy between the signals and attentional factors. The first study examines prerequistes för integration to occur, looking at articulatory discrepancies. In the ...
A typological profile of "Dardic"
Following up on an already started data collection project I am carrying out a typological examination of a representative sample of lesser-known Indo-Aryan languages spoken in the Hindu Kush region (traditionally referred to as "Dardic"). By producing a typological profile, in which new first-hand ...
A typological study of the grammaticalization of progressive aspect
Diachronic studies on aspect have shown that progressive aspect precedes imperfective aspect and present tense in the grammaticalization process. Progressive constructions are often periphrastic and more restrictive in their functions. In addition, the lexical components in progressive ...
Automatic identification of constructions for comparative analysis of Swedish texts
Construction grammar models see human language as built from constructions -- a large number of learned language patterns which can be combined in certain established ways to create utterances. The project intends to construct theoretical models and practical methods for identifying constructions ...
Bayesian methods for word alignment
Parallel texts contain the same meaning expressed in multiple languages, which is becoming increasingly common in such diverse fields as parliamentary proceedings, religious texts and works of fiction. An important but difficult problem given a parallel text is how to find out which words in other ...
Children’s sign language
At present, I am studying children’s sign language. The material of the study consists primarily of videotaped sign language communication recorded monthly at a preschool during a four-year period. The aim of the project is to describe some major aspects of the development during early sign ...
Computer-assisted modeling of linguistic diffusion
The project aims to explore the potential of computer-assisted modeling of language change. The purpose of the modeling is to help us understand linguistic diffusion, i.e. how a linguistic innovation spreads within a speaker community. The approach is based on usage-based theories of language ...
Development of automatic hearing threshold detection of specific frequencies in young infants using eye tracking
A prototype of a contingent feedback hearing threshold test for young infants using eye tracking is being developed at the Phonetics Lab at SU in close collaboration with the Karolinska Universitetssjukhus (project leader: Inger Uhlén) and Tobii Technologies. The infant hearing test is based on the ...
Disentangling the interaction among gender, number and evaluative markers
Francesca Di Garbo
The main purpose of this project is to carry out a typological investigation of the interrelations among three grammatical domains: gender, number and evaluative markers. Cross-linguistic evidence of the ways in which such grammatical domains interact with each other both synchronically and ...
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