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[61] Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Locality and learning over autosegmental representations. Washington, D.C., January 2016. The 90th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Presented by Adam Jardine.
[60] Eric Bakovic, Lev Blumenfield, Jeffrey Heinz, and Jason Riggle. Decomposing complex relations between phonological maps. Washington, D.C., January 2016. The 90th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Presented by Eric Bakovic and Lev Blumenfield.
[59] Jeffrey Heinz. Some implications for representing gradual oppositions directly. University of Delaware, Newark, DE, November 2015. The ninth Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON). [ pdf ]
[58] Jeffrey Heinz and William Idsardi. The computational nature of phonological generalizations: transformations and representations. University of Manchester, Manchester, USA, May 2015. W(h)ither OT? A workshop co-located with the 23rd Manchester Phonology Meeting. [ pdf ]
[57] Jeffrey Heinz. The computational nature of phonological generalizations: transformations and representations. University of California, Berkeley, CA, May 2015. Berkeley Linguistics Colloquium. [ pdf ]
[56] Jeffrey Heinz and Adam Jardine. Remarks on Autosegmental Representations. University of California, Berkeley, CA, May 2015. Berkeley Phonology Phorum. [ pdf ]
[55] Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Markedness Constraints are Negative: An Autosegmental Constraint Definition Language. University of Chicago. Chicago, IL, April 2015. Chicago Linguitics Society Annual Meeting. Presented by Adam Jardine.
[54] Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. Representing and Learning Opaque Maps with Strictly Local Functions. Paris, France, April 2015. GLOW computational phonology workshop. [ pdf ]
[53] Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. Learning Opaque Maps. University of Maryland, College Park, MD, February 2015. GALANA. Poster presentation. [ pdf ]
[52] Jane Chandlee and Jeffrey Heinz. Using locality to learn long-distance processes. Portland, Oregon, January 2015. The 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Presented by Jane Chandlee.
[51] Jeffrey Heinz. Representing and Learning Regular Sets and Functions. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, November 2014. PRECISE seminar (Penn Research in Embedded Computing and Integrated Systems Engineering). [ pdf ]
[50] Jane Chandlee, Adam Jardine, and Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Repairs for Marked Structure. MIT, Boston, MA, September 2014. The 2nd Annual Conference on Phonology. [ pdf ]
[49] Adam Jardine, Jane Chandlee, Rémi Eyraud, and Jeffrey Heinz. Very efficient learning of structured classes of subsequential functions from positive data. The University of Kyoto, Japan, September 2014. The 15th International Conference of Grammatical Inference. [ pdf ]
[48] Jie Fu, Jeffrey Heinz, Adam Jardine, and Herbert G. Tanner. Perception-based Grammatical Inference for Adaptive Systems. The University of Kyoto, Japan, September 2014. The 15th International Conference of Grammatical Inference. [ pdf ]
[47] Rob Goedemans, Jeffrey Heinz, and Harry van der Hulst. StressTyp2: A database for the accentual patterns in the world's languages. Leiden, The Netherlands, August 2014. Workshop on Stress and Accent. [ pdf ]
[46] James Rogers and Jeffrey Heinz. Model-Theoretic Phonology. Tübingen, Germany, August 2014. Course taught at the 2014 European Summer School for Logic, Language, and Information (ESSLI). [ pdf ]
[45] Jeffrey Heinz, Jane Chandlee, Bill Idsardi, and Jim Rogers. The Computational and Logical Nature of Phonological Generalizations. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2014. The 8th North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC8). [ pdf ]
[44] Jeffrey Heinz. Typology, Computation, and Phonology. Stony Brook University, Stonybrook, NY, May 2014. Linguistics Colloquium Series. [ pdf ]
[43] Jeffrey Heinz. StressTyp2: A database for the accentual patterns in the world's languages. National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa, Japan, December 2013. NINJAL international conference on phonetics and phonology (ICPP 3). [ pdf ]
[42] Jeffrey Heinz and William Idsardi. Opacity between local and long distance processes in Samala. University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, October 2013. Workshop on Opacity in Grammar at the Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 28. Presented by Bill Idsardi.
[41] William Idsardi and Jeffrey Heinz. Stress, computation, and the Chomsky hierarchy. MIT, Boston, Massachussetts, September 2013. M@90. Presented by Bill Idsardi.
[40] Jeffrey Heinz. The typology of phonological generalizations: A computational perspective. Oxford University, Somerville College, Oxford, United Kingdom, August 2013. Meeting on Phonological Typology. [ pdf ]
[39] Jeffrey Heinz and James Rogers. Learning Subregular Classes of Languages with Factored Deterministic Automata. Sofia, Bulgaria, August 2013. The 2013 Meeting on Mathematics of Language. Presented by Jim Rogers.
[38] Jeffrey Heinz and Regine Lai. Vowel Harmony and Subsequentiality. Sofia, Bulgaria, August 2013. The 2013 Meeting on Mathematics of Language. [ pdf ]
[37] Jeffrey Heinz. The computational nature of phonological generalizations. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, March 2013. [ pdf ]
[36] Regine Lai and Jeffrey Heinz. Evidence for a phonology-specific learning mechanism. Sapporo, Japan, August 2012. The Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
[35] Jane Chandlee, Jie Fu, Konstantinos Karydis, Cesar Koirala, Jeffrey Heinz, and Herbert G. Tanner. Integrating Grammatical Inference into Robotic Planning. University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, Maryland, September 2012. The Eleventh International Conference on Grammatical Inference. Presented by Jane Chandlee.
[34] Jeffrey Heinz. Culminativity Times Harmony Equals Unbounded Stress. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, December 2011. The second UConn workshop on stress and accent. [ pdf ]
[33] Jeffrey Heinz. Patterns of Stress and Rhythm in Words: a Computational Perspective. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, December 2011. Informal talk to the department. [ pdf ]
[32] Jeffrey Heinz. Culminativity Times Harmony Equals Unbounded Stress. Yale University, New Haven, CT, October 2011. The fifth Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON). [ pdf ]
[31] Jeffrey Heinz, Colin de la Higuera, and Menno van Zaanen. Formal and Empirical Grammatical Inference. Portland, Oregon, USA, June 2011. Tutorial presented at The 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. de la Higuera presented the first part, Heinz the second, and van Zaanen the third. [ pdf ]
[30] Jeffrey Heinz, Chetan Rawal, and Herbert Tanner. Tier-based Strictly Local Languages for Phonology. Portland, Oregon, USA, June 2011. The 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. [ pdf ]
[29] Jie Fu, Jeffrey Heinz, and Herbert Tanner. An Algebraic Characterization of Strictly Piecewise Languages. University of Electro-Communications. Tokyo, Japan, May 2011. The 8th Annual Conference on Theory and Applications of Models of Computation. [ pdf ]
[28] Jeffrey Heinz and William Idsardi. Why Sentences are More Complex Than Words. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, May 2011. Parallel Domains workshop in honor of work of Jean-Roger Vergnaud. [ pdf ]
[27] Jeffrey Heinz. Subregular Languages for Robotics. Hybrid and Networked Systems Lab, Boston University, Boston, MA, March 2011. [ pdf ]
[26] Jeffrey Heinz. Three Subregular Classes of Formal Languages for Phonology. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, January 2011. Linguistics Speaker Series. [ pdf ]
[25] Jeffrey Heinz. Phonology is Subregular. University of Massachussetts, Amherst, MA, October 2010. The 4th meeting of the Northeast Computational Phonology Circle. [ pdf ]
[24] Darrell Larsen and Jeffrey Heinz. A Corpus Study and Comparative Analysis of Formal Learning Proposals of Korean Sound-symbolic Vowel Harmony. Tokyo, Japan, July 2010. Department of Language and Information Sciences, University of Tokyo. [ pdf ]
[23] Jeffrey Heinz and Cesar Koirala. Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Feature-Based Distributions. Uppsala, Sweden, July 2010. The 11th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on Computational Morphology and Phonology. Co-located with the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. [ pdf ]
[22] Jeffrey Heinz and James Rogers. Estimating Strictly Piecewise Distributions. Uppsala, Sweden, July 2010. The 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics.
[21] Jeffrey Heinz. String Extension Learning. Uppsala, Sweden, July 2010. The 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. [ pdf ]
[20] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning the Stress Patterns in the World's Languages. The National Institute of Japanese Languages and Linguistics, Tokyo, Japan, June 2010. The 321st Regular Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan. [ pdf ]
[19] Jeffrey Heinz. Phonological Learners and Phonological Patterns. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 2010. Grammar induction workshop. [ pdf ]
[18] Jeffrey Heinz. Why Phonological Learning is Modular. University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, May 2010. Cognitive Science Colloquium Series. [ pdf ]
[17] Jeffrey Heinz. Theory Neutral Representations of Stress Patterns. University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, April 2010. StressTyp workshop. [ pdf ]
[16] Darrell Larsen and Jeffrey Heinz. Comparing Learning Models for Korean Sound-symbolic Vowel Harmony. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, March 2010. The 34th Penn Linguistics Colloquium. Presented by Darrell Larsen. [ pdf ]
[15] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning gradient long-distance phonotactics by estimating strictly piecewise distributions. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February 2010. The meeting on Computational Modelling of Sound Pattern Acquisition. [ pdf ]
[14] Jeffrey Heinz and Cesar Koirala. Feature-based Generalization. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February 2010. The meeting on Computational Modelling of Sound Pattern Acquisition. [ pdf ]
[13] Jeffrey Heinz and William Idsardi. Learning Opaque Generalizations: The Case of Samala (Chumash). Baltimore, MD, January 2010. The 84th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA). [ pdf ]
[12] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Left-to-right and Right-to-left Iterative Languages. St. Malo, France, September 2008. The International Colloquium of Grammatical Inference (ICGI). [ video | pdf ]
[11] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Long Distance Phonotactics. University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, June 2008. Workshop on Language and Cognitive Science. [ pdf ]
[10] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Long Distance Phonotactic Constraints. Anaheim, CA, January 2007. The 81st annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA). [ pdf ]
[9] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Unbounded Stress Patterns via Local Inference. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, November 2006. The 37th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Linguistics Society (NELS 37). [ pdf ]
[8] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Quantity-Insensitive Stress Patterns via Local Inference. Brooklyn, New York, June 2006. The Association for Computational Linguistics Special Interest Group in Phonology 6 (ACL-SIGPHON 06).
[7] Jeffrey Heinz. Learning Phonotactic Patterns from Surface Forms. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2006. The 25th West Coast Conference of Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 25). [ pdf ]
[6] Jeffrey Heinz. Optional Partial Metathesis in Kwara'ae. University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. The 12th Annual Conference of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA). [ pdf ]
[5] Jeffrey Heinz. CV Metathesis in Kwara'ae: Implications for a Theory of Stress. University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, 2005. The 28th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Colloquium. [ pdf ]
[4] Jeffrey Heinz. Reconsidering Linearity: evidence from Kwara'ae. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, 2005. The 24th West Coast Conference of Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 24). [ pdf ]
[3] Jeffrey Heinz, Gregory Kobele, and Jason Riggle. Exploring the Typology of Quantity-insensitive Stress Systems Without Gradient Constraints. Oakland, CA, January 2005. The 79th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA). [ pdf ]
[2] Jeffrey Heinz. CV Metathesis as Copy and Deletion: Synchronic Evidence from Kwara'ae. Oakland, CA, January 2005. The 79th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA).
[1] Jeffrey Heinz. CV Metathesis as Syncope: Evidence from Kwara'ae. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, 2004. Western Conference of Lingustics (WECOL). [ pdf ]

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