John Nerbonne, Ph.D.

Informatiekunde University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands 
computational linguistics
"John Nerbonne"
Dissertation: German Temporal Semantics: Three-Dimensional Tense Logic and a GPSG Fragment


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Martijn Wieling grad student 2008-2012 RUG
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Wieling M, Nerbonne J. (2015) Advances in dialectometry Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. 1: 243-264
Katushemererwe F, Nerbonne J. (2015) Computer-assisted language learning (CALL) in support of (re)-learning native languages: the case of Runyakitara Computer Assisted Language Learning. 28: 112-129
Nerbonne J. (2015) Various variation aggregates in the lamsas south New Perspectives On Language Variety in the South: Historical and Contemporary Approaches. 369-382
Wieling M, Nerbonne J, Bloem J, et al. (2014) A cognitively grounded measure of pronunciation distance. Plos One. 9: e75734
Wieling M, Bloem J, Mignella K, et al. (2014) Measuring Foreign Accent Strength in English: Validating Levenshtein Distance as a Measure Language Dynamics and Change. 4: 253-269
Leinonen T, Çöltekin Ç, Nerbonne J. (2014) Using Gabmap Lingua
Ko V, Wieling M, Wit E, et al. (2014) Social, geographical, and lexical influences on Dutch dialect pronunciations Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal. 4: 29-38
Nerbonne J, Kretzschmar WA. (2013) Dialectometry Literary and Linguistic Computing. 28: 2-12
Montemagni S, Wieling M, de Jonge B, et al. (2013) Synchronic patterns of Tuscan phonetic variation and diachronic change: Evidence from a dialectometric study Literary and Linguistic Computing. 28: 157-172
Valls E, Wieling M, Nerbonne J. (2013) Linguistic advergence and divergence in north-western Catalan: A dialectometric investigation of dialect leveling and border effects Literary and Linguistic Computing. 28: 119-146
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