Formal Publications

Tang, Marc. (to appear). [Review of The dynamics of nominal classification: Productive and lexicalised uses of gender agreement in Mawng, by Ruth Singer]. Oceanic Linguistics, 57(1). pdf

Kilarski, Marcin and Tang, Marc. 2018. The coalescence of grammatical gender and numeral classifiers in the general classifier wota in Nepali. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, 3(56):1-10. pdf

Basirat, Ali and Tang, Marc. 2018. Lexical and Morpho-syntactic Features in Word Embeddings: A Case Study of Nouns in Swedish. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, (pp. 663-674). Setúbal: Scite Press. pdf

Basirat, Ali and Tang, Marc. 2017. Neural network and human cognition: A case study of grammatical gender in Swedish. Proceedings of the 13th Swedish Cognitive Science Society (SweCog) national conference, (pp. 28-30). Skövde, University of Skövde. pdf

Tang, Marc. 2017. Explaining the acquisition order of classifiers and measure words via their mathematical complexity. Journal of Child Language Acquisition and Development, 5(1):31-52. pdf

Tang, Marc. 2015. A GIS typological analysis of the convergence and divergence among numeral classifier, genders and plural markers in the world’s languages. National Chengchi University (Taiwan) MA thesis. pdf

Tang, Marc. 2015. A corpus-diachronic analysis of Chinese near synonyms jiang & shuo: Is it said enough to be talked about?. Proceedings of the 27th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL27) Volume 2, (pp. 505-518). Los Angeles, UCLA. pdf.

Tang, Marc and Chen, Min-Hsin. 2015. A cognitive approach on bidirectional language transfer: How to figure out the ground?. Official Conference Proceedings of the Asian Conference on Language Learning 2015, (pp.79-92). Japan, The International Academic Forum. pdf

Tang, Marc and Lin, Jin-Yen. 2014. Sound symbolism in Mandarin cute-talk and Japanese baby-talk. Proceedings of the 47th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, (pp.169-170). China, Yunnan Normal University. pdf

Tang, Marc and Lin, Jin-Yen. 2014. A study of sound symbolism: Is i small enough to be big?. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Phonology and Morphology, (pp.114-117). Korea, The Phonology-Morphology Circle of Korea. pdf