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2009
[37]    Hoefler, S. (2009) Modelling the Role of Pragmatic Plasticity in the Evolution of Linguistic Communication. PhD thesis, The University of Edinburgh.
[36]    Mukherjee, A. (2009) Self-Organization of Speech Sound Inventories in the Framework of Complex Networks. PhD thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
[35]    Scott-Phillips, T. C. (2009) The Social Evolution of Pragmatic Behaviour. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh.
2008
[34]   (2)van Trijp, R. (2008) Analogy and Multi-Level Selection in the Formation of a Case Grammar. A Case Study in Fluid Construction Grammar. PhD thesis, Universiteit Antwerpen.
2007
[33]    Choudhury, M. (2007) Computational Models of Real World Phonological Change. PhD thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
[32]   (2)de Vylder, B. (2007) The Evolution of Conventions in Multi-Agent Systems. PhD thesis, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Vrije Universiteit Brussels.
2006
[31]    Parker, A. R. (2006) Evolution as a Constraint on Theories of Syntax: The Case against Minimalism. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[30]    Poulshock, J. W. (2006) Language and Morality: Evolution, Altruism and Linguistic Moral Mechanisms. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[29]    Wang, J. (2006) Computational Approaches to Linguistic Consensus. PhD thesis, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
2005
[28]    Tamariz, M. (2005) Exploring the Adaptive Structure of the Mental Lexicon. PhD thesis, Department of theoretical and applied linguistics, Univerisity of Edinburgh.
[27]    Van Looveren, J. (2005) Design and Performance of Pre-Grammatical Language Games. PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
[26]   (8)Zuidema, W. (2005) The Major Transitions in the Evolution of Language. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, UK.
2004
[25]    Dowman, M. (2004) Colour Terms, Syntax and Bayes: Modelling Acquisition and Evolution. PhD thesis, School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney.
[24]    Ke, J. (2004) Self-organization and Language Evolution: System, Population and Individual. PhD thesis, Department of Electronic Engineering, City University of Hong Kong.
[23]   (5)Wedel, A. B. (2004) Self-organization and categorical behavior in phonology. PhD thesis, University of California at Santa Cruz.
[22]   (7)Yamauchi, H. (2004) Baldwinian Accounts of Language Evolution. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
2003
[21]   (12)Brighton, H. (2003) Simplicity as a Driving Force in Linguistic Evolution. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[20]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R. (2003) Language: universals, principles and origins. PhD thesis.
[19]    Livingstone, D. (2003) Computer Models of the Evolution of Language and Languages. PhD thesis, University of Paisley.
[18]    Mitchener, W. G. (2003) A Mathematical Model of Human Languages: The Interaction of Game Dynamics and Learning Processes. PhD thesis, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Princeton University.
[17]    Smith, A. D. M. (2003) Evolving Communication through the Inference of Meaning. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, The University of Edinburgh.
[16]   (14)Smith, K. (2003) The Transmission of Language: models of biological and cultural evolution. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, The University of Edinburgh.
2002
[15]   (16)Belpaeme, T. (2002) Factors influencing the origins of colour categories. PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Artificial Intelligence Lab.
[14]    Pauw, G. D. (2002) An Agent-Based Evolutionary Computing Approach to Memory-Based Syntactic Parsing of Natural Language. PhD thesis, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium.
2001
[13]    Tonkes, B. (2001) On the Origins of Linguistic Structure: Computational models of the evolution of language. PhD thesis, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia.
[12]    Petrova, O. (2001) The Evolution of the English Obstruent System: An Optimality Theoretic Approach. PhD thesis, University of Iowa, USA.
2000
[11]    Best, M. L. (2000) Microevolutionary Language Theory. PhD thesis, School of Architecture and Planning, MIT.
[10]   (18)Vogt, P. (2000) Lexicon Grounding on Mobile Robots. PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
[9]   (9)de Jong, E. D. (2000) Autonomous Formation of Concepts and Communication. PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
1999
[8]   (2)Di Paolo, E. A. (1999) On the Evolutionary and Behavioral Dynamics of Social Coordination: Models and Theoretical Aspects. PhD thesis, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex.
[7]   (11)de Boer, B. (1999) Self-Organisation in Vowel Systems. PhD thesis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel AI-lab.
1998
[6]   (1)Noble, J. (1998) The Evolution of Animal Communication Systems: Questions of Function Examined through Simulation. PhD thesis, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex.
1997
[5]    Hurd, P. L. (1997) Game theoretical perspectives on conflict and biological communication. PhD thesis, Stockholm University.
[4]   (35)Oliphant, M. (1997) Formal Approaches to Innate and Learned Communication: Laying the Foundation for Language. PhD thesis, Department of Cognitive Science, University of California, San Diego.
1996
[3]    Hashimoto, T. (1996) Evolution of Code and Communication in Dynamical Networks. PhD thesis, Graduate School of Arts and Science, University of Tokyo.
[2]   (99)Kirby, S. (1996) Function, Selection and Innateness: the Emergence of Language Universals. PhD thesis, Department of Linguistics, University of Edinburgh.
1994
[1]   (29)Christiansen, M. H. (1994) Infinite Languages, Finite Minds: Connectionism, Learning and Linguistic Structure. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

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