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Overview

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8 February 2015

Welcome to LATTICE!

LATTICE is a lin­guistics lab funded by three organ­iz­a­tions: CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure and Uni­versity Paris 3-​​Sorbonne Nou­velle. Our research mainly deals with lin­guistics and natural lan­guage pro­cessing. The lab is a member of two labex (clusters of labs known as "labor­atoire d’excellence"): Transfers that groups together the majority of labs in human­ities from Ecole Normale Supérieure (IDEX PSL*) and EFL (Empirical Fund­a­tions of Lin­guistics) that groups together the majority of labs in lin­guistics within Paris (PRES Sor­bonne Paris Cité)

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News toutes les actualites

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4 August 2016

7th workshop "Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language Learning"

The 7th workshop ’"Cog­nitive Aspects of Com­pu­ta­tional Lan­guage Learning"" is organized on 11 August during ACL 2016 in Berlin.

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4 March 2016

CLTW 2016: Celtic Language Technology Workshop

This will be the second Celtic Lan­guage Tech­nology Workshop (CLTW). The first one was held in Dublin during COLING 2014. We are pleased to organize this second event in France, during the JEP-​​TALN conference.

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16 November 2015

2nd International Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Uralic Languages

The purpose of the Second Inter­na­tional Workshop on Com­pu­ta­tional Lin­guistics for Uralic Lan­guages is to bring together researchers working on com­pu­ta­tional approaches to working with these languages.

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4 August 2015

Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Emotion Studies in Linguistics

The goal of this workshop is to bring together dif­ferent cog­nitive and func­tional lin­guistic approaches to emotion studies that are cur­rently prom­inent in this field of research.

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To be noted

Historical Glottometry

On the website below, researchers will find a short intro­duction and tutorial on HG, as well as (...)

To whom should I say "tu" or should I say "vous"?

To whom should I say "tu" or should I say "vous"? This is one of the more complex and (...)

Language: The Cultural Tool

Language: The Cultural Tool. By Daniel Everett. Pantheon; 351 pages. For half a century an (...)

The myth of language universals

There are about 7,000 lan­guages around the world. Cog­nitive sci­entists often assume that (...)