# Papers/Presentations Sorted By Year

### Papers

Hughto, Coral, Andrew Lamont, Brandon Prickett, and Gaja Jarosz. 2019. Learning exceptionality and variation with lexically scaled MaxEnt. In *Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics*: Vol2. [PDF]

Hughto, Coral. 2018. Investigating the consequences of Iterated learning in phonological typology. In *Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Lingusitics*: Vol. 1, Article 21. [PDF]

Hauser, Ivy, Coral Hughto, and Megan Somerday. 2016. Faith-UO: Counterfeeding in Harmonic Serialism. In *Proceedings of the Annual Meeting on Phonology 2014*, Linguistic Society of America ISSN 2377-3324. [PDF]

### Presentations

Hughto, Coral, Andrew Lamont, Brandon Prickett, and Gaja Jarosz. 2019. Learning exceptionality and variation with lexically scaled MaxEnt. Talk given at the Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics 2019, New York City, NY.

Hughto, Coral. 2018. Emergent avoidance of cumulativity and variability in phonological typology. Talk given at the workshop on Analyzing Typological Structure: From Categorical to Probabilistic Phonology at Stanford University. [Slides]

Hughto, Coral. 2018. Emergent avoidance of cumulativity and variability in phonological typology. Talk given at the OSU Workshop on Emergence of Universals. [Slides]

Hughto, Coral. 2018. Investigating the consequences of Iterated learning in phonological typology. Talk given at SCiL 2018. [Slides]

Hughto, Coral and Joe Pater. 2017. Emergence of strict domination effects with weighted constraints. Talk given at the CLS Workshop on Dynamic Modeling in Phonetics and Phonology, Chicago, IL. [Slides]

Hughto, Coral. 2017. Generating gradient typological predictions with an interactive learning model. Talk given at PhoNE 2017, UMass, Amherst, MA. [Slides]

Staubs, Robert, Jennifer Culbertson, Coral Hughto and Joe Pater. 2016. Grammar and learning in syntactic and phonological typology. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2016) in Washington, D.C.

Hughto, Coral. 2016. Typological predictions of an interactive learning model. Talk given at the 24th Manchester Phonology Meeting.

Hauser, Ivy and Coral Hughto. 2016. Faithfulness-based opacity in Harmonic Serialism. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting on Phonology at USC. [Poster][Handout]

Hughto, Coral, Robert Staubs and Joe Pater. 2015. Grammatical agent-based modeling of typology. Talk given at the GLOW Workshop on The Implications of Computation and Learnability for Phonological Theory. [Slides]

Hauser, Ivy, Coral Hughto and Megan Somerday. 2014. Faith-UO: Analyzing opacity in Harmonic Serialism. Poster presented at the 2014 meeting on Phonology. [Poster][Handout]

Hughto, Coral, Robert Staubs and Joe Pater. 2014. Typological consequences of agent interaction. Presented at the Northeast Computational Phonology Circle (NECPhon 8). [Slides]