Conference Papers

Tang, Marc and Ali Basirat. 2018. Linguistic explorations in real-valued syntactic word vectors (RSV). Paper presented at the Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference, Stockholm University, Stockholm, November 7-9.

Tang, Marc. 2018. An encouragement to programming and statistics. Paper presented at the Pedagogic Project Presentation Conference, Division for Quality Enhancement, Academic Teaching and Learning at Uppsala University, Uppsala, February 28.

Basirat, Ali and Marc Tang. 2018. Lexical and Morpho-syntactic Features in Word Embeddings: A Case Study of Nouns in Swedish. Paper presented at the Special Session on Natural Language Processing in Artificial Intelligence within the 10th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication, Madeira, January 16-18.

Kilarski, Marcin and Marc Tang. 2018. The coalescence of grammatical gender and numeral classifiers in the general classifier wota in Nepali. Paper presented at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Grand America, Salt Lake City, January 4-7.

Tang, Marc and Na Song. 2017. Restricted inventory of numeral classifiers and nominal classification functions: A case study of the Sinitic dialect of Baoding. Paper presented at the Second International Symposium on Chinese Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (ISOCTAL-2), University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, December 14-16.

Basirat, Ali and Marc Tang. 2017. Neural network and human cognition: A case study of grammatical gender in Swedish. Paper presented at the 13th Swedish Cognitive Science Society (SweCog) national conference, Uppsala University, Uppsala, October 26-27.

Ring, Hiram and Marc Tang. 2017. Sociocultural gender in nominal classification: A study of grammatical gender. Paper presented at the 10th Nordic conference on language and gender, University of Akureyri, Akureyri, October 20-21.

Tang, Marc and Marcin Kilarski. 2017. A history of the conceptions of numeral classifiers in Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference On The History of The Language Sciences (ICHoLS XIV), Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, Paris, August 28-September 1.

Tang, Marc. 2017. Patterns of variation in grammatical gender: The crossroad of Indo-European and Sino-Tibetan languages. Paper presented at the workshop of Linguistic knowledge and patterns of variation, Meertens Institute, Amsterdam, August 24-25.

Saikia, Pori and Marc Tang. 2016. Nominal classification in Assamese: An analysis of function. Paper presented at the 46th Poznań Linguistic Meeting: Workshop session on nominal classification in South-East Asia, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, September 15-17.

Her, One-Soon, Hui-Chin Tsai, Kun-Han Lin, Marc Tang and Meng-Chang Lee. 2016. Numeral bases and numeral classifiers in SMATTI: Word order variation in Tibeto-Burman. Paper presented at the Conference of New Ways of Analyzing Variation-Asia Pacific 4 (NWAV AP4), National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, April 22-24.

Chen, Ying-Chun, Marc Tang, One-Soon Her and Nai-Shing Yen. 2016. Justifying the Left-branching Analysis of Chinese Classifier Phrases: Evidence from Speech Perception and Production. Paper presented at the 8th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition (CLDC 2016), National Taiwan University, Taipei, April 13-14.

Tang, Marc and Marcin Kilarski. 2016. A study of complex nominal classification systems: The Indo-European and Sino-Tibetan sandwich. Paper presented at the workshop of Genders and classifiers: Diachronic and synchronic variation, Surrey Morphology Group, Guildford, January 28-29.

Tang, Marc. 2015. A Connectionist Approach to Numeral Classifiers Semanticity: Is it meaningful enough to be slow in understanding? Paper presented at the 9th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics, University of Stuttgart , Stuttgart, September 24-26.

Her, One-Soon, Hui-Chin Tsai, Kun-Han Lin, Marc Tang and Meng-Chang Lee. 2015. Unification of Numeral Bases and Numeral Classifiers: Evidence from SMATTI. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Leiden University Center for Linguistics, Leiden, September 2-5.

Tang, Marc. 2015. The Mandarin “Bei” Between Discourse and Grammar: Thematic or not? That is the Question. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL-23), Hanyang University, Seoul, August 26-28.

Chen, Min-Hsin and Marc Tang. 2015. Tone Sandhi in Mandarin-Arabic Code-mixing. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL-23), Hanyang University, Seoul, August 26-28.

Tang, Marc. 2015. French Law of Position: A Perspective from the Morphology-phonology Connection. Paper presented at the the 16th National Conference on Linguistics (NCL-16), National Chengchi University, Taipei, May 2-3.

Tang, Marc and Min-Hsin Chen. 2015. A Cognitive Approach on Bidirectional Language Transfer: How to Figure Out the Ground? Paper presented at the Asian Conference on Language Learning 2015, The International Academic Forum, Osaka, April 30-May 3.

Tang, Marc. 2015. A corpus-diachronic analysis of Mandarin near synonyms jiang and shuo: Is it said enough to be talked about? Paper presented at the 27th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL‐27), University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, April 3-5.

Her, One-Soon, Hui-Chin Tsai, Kun-Han Lin, Marc Tang and Meng-Chang Lee. 2015. Numeral Bases and Numeral Classifiers in SMATTI: A Typological Sandwich. Paper presented at the dissemination workshop Gender and Classifiers: Areal and Genealogical Perspectives, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, January 26-27.

Tang, Marc and Jin-Yen Lin. 2014. Sound Symbolism in Mandarin Cute-talk and Japanese Baby-talk. Paper of the 47th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, October 17-19.

Tang, Marc and Jin-Yen Lin. 2014. A study of Sound Symbolism: Is i small enough to be big? Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Phonology and Morphology, Cheonam National University, Gwangju, July 3-5.