Edward Stabler is Professor of Linguistics at UCLA. He received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1981 and has research interests in computational linguistics, human language processing and learnability theory. Recent publications include "Varieties of Crossing Dependencies," in Cognition 93(5); Bare Grammar (with E. Keenan, CSLI); "Structural Similarity" (with E. Keenan ) in Theoretical Computer Science; and "Minimalist grammars and recognition" in Linguistic Form and its Computation (CSLI).
Language Universals from a Computational Perspective | LSA.117
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