8 February 2015
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)
7 March 2015
Congratulations to Elisa Omodei fro her paper recently published in Nature Communications!
8 February 2015
Ce troisième numéro de la Revue Sciences / Lettres (RSL) contient des études linguistiques de L’Occupation des sols, une nouvelle de Jean Echenoz parue en 1988 aux éditions de Minuit.
4 November 2014
Laure Sarda, Shirley Carter-Thomas, Benjamin Fagard and Michel Charolles just published "Adverbials in use, from predicative to discourse functions" at Presses universitaires de Louvain. This volume provides a broad overview of the question of adverbials at the syntax/discourse interface, covering a variety of different languages – French, English, German, Norwegian and Finnish – and using different frameworks.
30 October 2012
The book discusses some of the latest theoretical and practical developments in the areas involved, including computational models for language tasks, tools and resources that help to approximate the linguistic environment available to children during acquisition, and discussions of challenging aspects of language that children have to master.
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