How the input shapes the acquisition of verb and noun morphology: neural network modelling across three highly inflected languages


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Usage-based theories of morphological language acquisition - and more recent rule-based accounts - assume that learners rely on rote storage/retrieval of phonological forms and phonological analogy. The majority of previous computational modelling has been focused on simple systems like English or investigated only a small part of a paradigm. We present neural network simulations of how children a...


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