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Theme 3: Building Meanings in Computation and Cognition

Panelists: 

Jeff Lidz (LING)
Alexander Williams (LING/PHIL)
Philip Resnik (LING/UMIACS)


Pulling the Strings: understanding the landscape of science policy 


My dog ate my data! Best practices for data organization and version control.


Informal skills exchange session: R. 

Please come with your R questions, and people experienced with the software will be available to answer. This session is not meant to be a lecture on how to use the software.


Summary of Theme 2: Prediction and Millisecond-scale Information Management.

Join us for the fourth faculty lunch talk at Winter Storm 2016. Lunch will be provided by Lara Ehrenhofer.

Speaker: Bob Slevc

Title: Production and parsing of "real life" (errorful & implausible) syntax


Theme 2: Prediction and Millisecond-scale Information Management

Follow-Up B: Why do these ideas matter


The Follow-up sessions are designed to build productively upon the ideas generated in the roundtable discussions, while simultaneously exercising skills in thinking about scientific ideas at two different levels:


Navigating the gray areas: a discussion of ethical dilemmas in language science


Theme 1: Prediction and Millisecond-scale Information Management

Follow-Up A: How we do the science


The Follow-up sessions are designed to build productively upon the ideas generated in the roundtable discussions, while simultaneously exercising skills in thinking about scientific ideas at two different levels:

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