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Ciyang Qing
Ciyang Qing
Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh
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Gradable adjectives, vagueness, and optimal language use: A speaker-oriented model
C Qing, M Franke
Semantics and linguistic theory 24, 23-41, 2014
822014
Variations on a Bayesian theme: Comparing Bayesian models of referential reasoning
C Qing, M Franke
Bayesian natural language semantics and pragmatics, 201-220, 2015
442015
Meaning and use of gradable adjectives: Formal modeling meets empirical data
C Qing, M Franke
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 36 (36), 2014
242014
A rational speech-act model of projective content.
C Qing, ND Goodman, D Lassiter
CogSci, 2016
192016
Empirical analysis of aggregation methods for collective annotation
C Qing, U Endriss, R Fernández, J Kruger
192014
Axiomatic analysis of aggregation methods for collective annotation
J Kruger, U Endriss, R Fernández, C Qing
192014
What do eye movements in the visual world reflect? A case study from adjectives.
C Qing, D Lassiter, J Degen
CogSci, 2018
62018
Modeling “non-literal” social meaning
R Cohn-Gordon, C Qing
Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 23 (1), 301-310, 2019
52019
Use-conditional meaning in Rational Speech Act models
C Qing, R Cohn-Gordon
Proceedings of sinn und bedeutung 23 (2), 253-266, 2019
42019
Semantic underspecification and its contextual resolution in the domain of degrees
C Qing
Stanford University, 2020
32020
Quantiative social-cognitive experimental pragmatics
C Qing
32014
Zero or minimum degree? Rethinking minimum gradable adjectives
C Qing
Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 25, 733-750, 2021
22021
Up to n: Pragmatic inference about an optimal lower bound
C Qing
Semantics and Linguistic Theory 26, 526-545, 2016
12016
Diversity of intervention effects: Unifying three Mandarin Chinese dou constructions
C Qing
Semantics and Linguistic Theory 28, 649-668, 2018
2018
Modeling Collaborative Reference
P Crone, C Qing, NT Shapiro
Quasi-Bayesian Belief Revision on Spohn Plausibility Structures
C Qing
ESSLLI 2014 Student Session, 51, 0
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