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Analogical Modeling: An exemplar-based approach to language
Edited by Royal Skousen, Deryle Lonsdale and Dilworth B. Parkinson
[Human Cognitive Processing 10] 2002
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2023. Using Computational Cognitive Modeling in Usage‐Based Linguistics. In The Handbook of Usage‐Based Linguistics,  pp. 305 ff. DOI logo
Harðarson, Gísli Rúnar
2021. On the domains of allomorphy, allosemy and morphophonology in compounds. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 39:4  pp. 1173 ff. DOI logo
Krott, Andrea, Robert Schreuder & R.Harald Baayen
2002. Linking Elements in Dutch Noun–Noun Compounds: Constituent Families as Analogical Predictors for Response Latencies. Brain and Language 81:1-3  pp. 708 ff. DOI logo
Krott, Andrea, Robert Schreuder, R. Harald Baayen & Wolfgang U. Dressler
2007. Analogical effects on linking elements in German compound words. Language and Cognitive Processes 22:1  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Neijt, Anneke & Robert Schreuder
2007. Rhythm versus Analogy: Prosodic Form Variation in Dutch Compounds. Language and Speech 50:4  pp. 533 ff. DOI logo
Sokolova, Svetlana
2022. Chapter 10. Analogy and contrast at the morphology-syntax interface. In Analogy and Contrast in Language [Human Cognitive Processing, 73],  pp. 303 ff. DOI logo
van den Bosch, Antal & Walter Daelemans
2013. Implicit Schemata and Categories in Memory-based Language Processing. Language and Speech 56:3  pp. 309 ff. DOI logo
Wedel, Andrew
2011. Self‐Organization in Phonology. In The Blackwell Companion to Phonology,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2008. Book Review. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 15:2  pp. 212 ff. DOI logo
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2010. References. In The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing,  pp. 655 ff. DOI logo

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