Adam Jardine

Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
Rm 205A, 18 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ
adam.jardine@rutgers.edu

Presentations

Soon

Adam Jardine. (Talk title TBA). Princeton Phonology Forum 2020, April 10-11, 2020.
Shiori Ikawa, Akane Ohtaka, and Adam Jardine. Quantifier-free tree transductions. The 2020 meeting of the Socity for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL 2020), Formal Language Theory works-in-progress session.
Adam Jardine. (Talk title TBA). Tel Aviv University Linguistics Colloquium, December 12, 2020.
Adam Jardine. Grammatical inference and subregular phonology. Mini-course to be taught at Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem Winter School. December 9-12, 2019.

2019

Tadjou N’Dine Mamadou and Adam Jardine. Representation and the Computation of Tone Processes. Poster. The 2019 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. October 12, 2019.
Nate Koser and Adam Jardine. Stress assignment and subsequentiality. Talk. The 2019 Annual Meeting on Phonology. October 11, 2019. (Presented by Nate Koser.)
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Quantifier-free Least-Fixed Point Functions for Phonology. Talk. MOL 16. July 17, 2019. Toronto, Canada. [slides]
Nathan Koser and Adam Jardine. The complexity of optimizing over strictly local constraints. Talk. The 2019 Penn Linguistics Colloquium. March 23, 2019.
Nick Danis and Adam Jardine. Q-Theory Representations and Autosegmental Representations are logically equivalent. Talk. The 2019 meeting of the Socity for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL 2019). January 8, 2019.

2018

Nate Koser, Chris Oakden, and Adam Jardine. Tone association and output locality in non-linear structures. Poster. The 2019 Annual Meeting on Phonology. October 6th, 2018. University of California San Diego, San Diego, California. [poster][handout]
Jonathan Rawski, Jeffrey Heinz, Adam Jardine, and Jane Chandlee. How the Structure of the Constraint Space Facilitates Learning. Talk. The Tenth North American Phonology Conference (NAPhCX). May 5, 2018. Condordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Presented by Jonathan Rawski.) [slides]
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Computational Locality and Autosegmental Processes. Talk. The 54th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. April 27, 2018, Chicago, Illinois. [slides]
Nick Danis, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. How constraints refer to nothing: The correct notion of substructure for phonology. Poster. The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. January 6th, Salt Lake City, Utah. [poster]

2017

Nick Danis, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. The correct notion of substructure for phonology. Talk. The 2017 Northeast Computational Phonology Circle (NECPhon). October 21, 2017, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. [slides]
Adam Jardine. First-order definability as a constraint on phonological structure. Poster. The 2017 Annual Meeting on Phonology. September 15, 2017, New York University, New York, New York.
Adam Jardine. On the logical complexity of autosegmental representations. Talk. The 15th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language (MOL 2017). July 13-14, 2017, Queen Mary University of London. [slides]
Nick Danis, Eileen Blum, Luca Iacoponi, Hazel Mitchley, and Adam Jardine. A computatational method for evaluating theories of phonological representation. Talk. The 53rd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. May 26, 2017, Chicago, Illinois. [slides]
Adam Jardine and Kevin McMullin. Efficient Learning of Tier-based Strictly k-Local Languages. Talk. The 11th International Conference on Language and Automata Theory and Applications (LATA 2017). March 6, 2017, Umeå, Sweden. [slides]
Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, Adam Jardine, and Kevin McMullin. Modeling Long-distance Alternations with Tier-based Strictly Local Functions. Talk. The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. January 5–8, 2017, Austin, Texas. (Presented by Jane Chandlee.)

2016

Adam Jardine. Expressivity and autosegmental representations. Invited talk. Stony Brook University Frontiers colloquium. December 12, 2016. [slides]
Kevin Leahy, Prasanna Kannappan, Adam Jardine, Jeffrey Heinz, Bert Tanner, and Calin Belta. Integration of Deterministic Inference with Formal Synthesis for Control under Uncertainty. Talk. The 2016 American Control Conference. July 6-8, 2016, Boston, Massachusetts. (Presented by Kevin Leahy.)
Adam Jardine. Local faithfulness constraints over correspondence structures. Poster. The 24th Manchester Phonology Meeting. May 26th-28th, 2016, University of Manchester. [poster]
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Logical characterizations of phonological patterns. Tutorial at the MFM 24 fringe meeting tutorial session on Computation and Learnability in Phonology. May 25, 2016, University of Manchester. [slides] [handout]
Adam Jardine. Graph pattern learning for long-distance phonotactics. Talk. The 9th North American Phonology Conference. May 7, 2016, Concordia University, Montreal. [slides]
Adam Jardine. Local correspondence in phonological transformations. Talk. 2016 University of Delaware Cognitive Science Graduate Student Conference. March 4, 2016, University of Delaware. [slides]
Adam Jardine. Locality and non-linear representations in tonal phonology. Invited colloquium talk. Rutgers Linguistics colloquium. February 19, 2016, Rutgers University. [slides]
Adam Jardine. Representation and logical characterizations of phonological well-formedness. Invited seminar talk. Rutgers Linguistics colloquium. February 18, 2016, Rutgers University. [handout]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Locality and learning over autosegmental representations. Talk. The 2016 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. January 7, 2016. [slides]

2015

Jeffrey Heinz, Hyun Jin Hwangbo, and Adam Jardine. Some implications of representing gradual oppositions directly. Talk. The ninth Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON). November 7, 2015, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. (Presented by Jeffrey Heinz.)
Adam Jardine. Learning local constraints over autosegmental representations. Talk. The ninth Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON). November 7, 2015. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [slides]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Local well-formedness constraints for non-linear phonology. Invited talk. University of Pennsylvania Common Ground Seminar. October 14, 2015. [slides]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Well-formed tone mappings with local, inviolable surface constraints. Poster. The 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology. October 10, 2015. Vancouver, British Columbia. [poster]
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. A concatenation operation to derive autosegmental graphs. Talk. The 14th Meeting on Mathematics of Language. July 26, 2015. University of Chicago. [slides]
Jeffrey Heinz and Adam Jardine. Remarks on Autosegmental Representations. Berkeley Phonology Phorum. May 2015, University of California, Berkeley. (Presented by Jeffrey Heinz.)
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Markedness constraints are negative: an autosegmental constraint definition language. Talk. The 51st annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. April 25, 2015, University of Chicago. [slides]
Adam Jardine. Representing and learning non-linear sound patterns in natural language. Poster. 2015 University of Delaware Graduate Research Forum. April 21, 2015, University of Delaware. [poster]
Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. Representing and Learning Opaque Maps with Strictly Local Functions. Talk. The 38th Generative Linguistics in the Old World colloquium (GLOW), special workshop on the implications of computation and learnability for phonological theory. April 15-18, 2015, Paris, France. (Presented by Jeffrey Heinz.)
Adam Jardine and Jeffrey Heinz. Negative and positive markedness constraints. Talk. 2015 University of Delaware Congitive Science Graduate Student Conference. March 13, 2015, University of Delaware.
Adam Jardine. Learning tiers for long-distance phonotactics. Talk. The 6th biannual Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition - North America conference (GALANA). February 19-21, 2015, University of Maryland at College Park. [slides]
Jane Chandlee, Jeffrey Heinz, and Adam Jardine. Learning Opaque Mappings. Poster presentation. The 6th biannual Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition - North America conference (GALANA). February 19-21, 2015, University of Maryland at College Park. [poster]

2014

Adam Jardine. Representing and learning phonological tiers. Talk. The eighth Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON), Nov. 15th, 2014, NYU, New York, New York. [slides]
Jane Chandlee, Adam Jardine, and Jeffrey Heinz. Learning repairs for marked structures. Poster presentation at the 2014 Annual Meeting on Phonology, September 20th, 2014, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts. [poster]
Adam Jardine, Jane Chandlee, Rémi Eryaud, and Jeffrey Heinz. Very efficient learning of structured classes of subsequential functions from positive data. Talk. The 12th International Colloquium on Grammatical Inference, September 17–19th, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. (Presented by Jeffrey Heinz.)
Jie Fu, Jeffrey Heinz, Adam Jardine, and Herbert G. Tanner. Perception-based grammatical inference for adaptive systems. Work in progress session, 12th International Colloquium on Grammatical Inference, September 17–19th, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan. (Presented by Jeffrey Heinz.)

2013

Adam Jardine and Amanda Payne. Expanding StressTyp2: Integrating pitch accent and tone. Poster presentation. The Third International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology (3rd ICPP), December 20-22nd, 2013, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa, Japan. [poster]
Jane Chandlee and Adam Jardine. Learning Phonological Mappings by Learning Strictly Local Functions. Talk. Phonology 2013, November 10th, 2013, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (Presented by Jane Chandlee.)
Adam Jardine. Logic and the Generative Power of Autosegmental Phonology. Poster Presentation. Phonology 2013, November 10th, 2013, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. [poster] [handout]
Adam Jardine. Computationally, tone is different. Talk. The seventh Northeast Computational Phonology meeting (NECPHON), Oct. 26th, 2013, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts. [slides]
Adam Jardine. Refining the Structure of Genitive Subject Relative Clauses in Japanese. Talk. 2013 University of Delaware Cognitive Science Graduate Student Conference, Feb. 22nd, Newark, Delaware.
Adam Jardine, Angeliki Athanasopoulou and Peter Cole. Prestopped Nasals in Banyaduq: Issues in Representation. Talk. 2013 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Jan. 5-8th, Boston, Massachusetts. [slides]

2012

Adam Jardine and Amanda Payne. StressTyps and Stress Patterns: Merging Linguistic Databases. Poster presentation. University Delaware Conference on Stress and Accent, Nov. 29–Dec. 1st, 2012, Newark, Delaware.
Adam Jardine and Feng Ye. The Mystery of Nasal Preplosion in Banyaduq: Issues in Representing Complex Segments. Poster presentation. 2012 University of Delaware Cognitive Science Graduate Student Conference, Feb. 17th, Newark, Delaware.