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LINGUIST 238B: Probabilistic Models of Cognition: Language (CS 428B, PSYCH 220B)

How can we understand natural language use in computational terms? This course surveys probabilistic models for natural language semantics and pragmatics. It begins with an introduction to the Rational Speech Acts framework for modeling pragmatics as social reasoning. It then explores a variety of phenomena in language meaning and usage. Probabilistic programming will be used as a precise and practical way to express models.
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