We are very excited to invite you to Linguistics Circle this Friday, April 15th at 3pm in Greene Hall 528 to see Professors Claudia and Jerid Francom (Romance Languages/ Interpreting and Translation Studies) present their current research.
Tell me a story and I’ll tell you where you’re from: dialect recognition using machine learning algorithms
Jerid Francom, Romance Languages
Friday 3/20 at 3pm
Greene Hall 528
Linguistic variation is a pervasive characteristic of languages. It occurs at all linguistic levels and is predicted by socio-demographic variables, time period, and geographical and political boundaries. […]
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Periodically during the semester, WFU faculty and friends in languages and linguistics gather in Greene Hall 528 to discuss their research and current topics in the field.
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