Software & Resources
MGL implementation (unavailable at the moment, but will be back soon)
Updates are regularly uploaded and documentation will be available in a not-too-distant future.
You are allowed to use and modify the program below, but if you do, please also cite Veríssimo and Clahsen (2014) in any publications or derivative code:
- Veríssimo, J. & Clahsen, H. (2014). Variables and similarity in linguistic generalization: Evidence from inflectional classes in Portuguese. Journal of Memory and Language, 76, 61–79. (MGL implementation, Version 0.9.10 [Computer software], retrieved from http://software.jverissimo.net/)
Several papers by Albright and Hayes provide detailed descriptions of the algorithm, as well as empirical tests of the MGL model:
- Albright, A. (2002). Islands of reliability for regular morphology: Evidence from Italian. Language, 78, 684-709.
- Albright, A. & Hayes, B. (2002). Modeling English past tense intuitions with minimal generalization. In M. Maxwell (Ed.), Proceedings of the ACL-02 Workshop on Morphological and Phonological Learning (Vol. 6). Stroudsburg, PA: Association for Computational Linguistics.
- Albright, A. & Hayes, B. (2003). Rules vs. analogy in English past tenses: A computational/experimental study. Cognition, 90, 119-161.