A Special Issue on Statistical and Logical Models of Meaning
Keywords:Logical Semantics, Distributional Semantics
In this special issue we collect five papers derived from the workshop on Statistical and Logical Models of Meaning (SaLMoM) celebrated 11th–15th July 2016 as part of the North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information at Rutgers University. The workshop addressed fundamental problems of the interplay of syntax, traditional logical semantics, and contemporary distributional semantics. Speakers, in the order of presentation, were Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh, Gemma Boleda, Laura Rimell, Glyn Morrill, Richard Moot, Jules Hedges, Mark Steedman, Gijs Wijnholds, Kyle Richardson, Dimitri Kartsaklis, Martha Lewis, Reinhard Muskens, and Nicholas Asher.
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