Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing

Hough J, Purver M (2014)
Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh.

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Hough, JulianUniBi; Purver, Matthew
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2014
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REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production
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Edinburgh
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2014-08-31 – 2014-08-31
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Hough J, Purver M. Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh.
Hough, J., & Purver, M. (2014). Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh.
Hough, J., and Purver, M. (2014).“Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing”. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh.
Hough, J., & Purver, M., 2014. Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh.
J. Hough and M. Purver, “Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing”, Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh, Edinburgh: 2014.
Hough, J., Purver, M.: Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh (2014).
Hough, Julian, and Purver, Matthew. “Lattice Theoretic Relevance in Incremental Reference Processing”. Presented at the REFNET Workshop on Computational and Psychological Models of Reference Comprehension and Production, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 2014.
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