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General Linguistics (MA)
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General Linguistics (BA)
- Exploring the viability of polysemy networks for automated cognate detection under semantic shift by Arne Rubehn (2019, supervised by Dr. Johannes Dellert)
- Do certain word orders attract case marking? A typological survey on the dependency of syntax and morphology by Fabio Maion (2018, supervised by Dr. Christian Bentz)
- Automated sound law inference using Probabilistic Soft Logic by Thora Daneyko (2020, supervised by Dr. Johannes Dellert and Prof. Gerhard Jäger)
- Android app development for language learning: Combining input and interaction in learning German through song lyrics by Alina Baranova (2020, supervised by Prof. Detmar Meurers and Dr. Johannes Dellert)
- Acoustic dialect recognition using deep learning by Ryan Callihan (2018, supervised by Dr. Çağrı Çöltekin and Prof. Kurt Eberle)
- A comparison of deep learning systems for phone recognition by Sam Tureski (2018, supervised by Prof. Kurt Eberle and Dr. Fabian Tomaschek)
- Neural sequence to sequence lemmatization by Tobias Pütz (2018, supervised by Dr. Daniël de Kok)
- Clustering dialect varieties based on historical sound correspondences by Verena Blaschke (2018, supervised by Dr. Çağrı Çöltekin)
- Using finite state transducers for multilingual rule-based phonetic transcription by Thora Daneyko (2016, supervised by Prof. Gerhard Jäger)
See also the guide on writing the ISCL BA thesis.
Last updated: 31-OCT-2019