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2004
[27]    Warnow, T., Evans, S. N., Ringe, D., and Nakhleh, L. (2004) Stochastic models of language evolution and an application to the Indo-European family of languages. Technical report, Department of Statistics, The University of California, Berkeley.
2003
[26]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R., Sole, R. V., and Kohler, R. (2003) Universality in syntactic dependencies. Technical report, Santa Fe Institute.
[25]    Honkela, T. and Winter, J. (2003) Simulating language learning in community of agents using self-organizing maps. Technical report, Helsinky University of Technology, Computer and Information Science Report A71.
[24]    Smith, K. (2003) Compositionality from culture: the role of environment structure and learning bias. Technical report.
2002
[23]    Curran, D. and O'Riordan, C. (2002) Language Evolution In Artificial Systems. Technical report, Dept. of IT., NUI, Galway.
[22]    Vogel, C. and Woods, J. (2002) Fallible Communicators Evolve Successful Communication. Technical report, Computer Science Department, Trinity College Dublin.
[21]    Vogel, C. and Woods, J. (2002) A Workbench for Simulating Natural Language Evolution. Technical report, Computer Science Department, Trinity College Dublin.
2001
[20]    Bergstrom, C. T., Antia, R., Szamado, S., and Lachmann, M. (2001) The Peacock, the Sparrow, and the Evolution of Human Language. Technical report, Santa Fe Institute.
[19]    Brighton, H. and Kirby, S. (2001) Meaning Space Structure Determines the Stability of Culturally Evolved Compositional Language. Technical report, Language Evolution and Computation Research Unit, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[18]    Wiesman, F., Roos, N., and Vogt, P. (2001) Automatic ontology mapping for agent communication. Technical report.
[17]    Zuidema, W. and Westermann, G. (2001) On the Relevance of Language Evolution Models for Cognitive Science. Technical report, AI-Lab, VUB Brussels.
2000
[16]    Cohen, P. R. (2000) Learning Concepts by Interaction. Technical report, Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
[15]    Grim, P., Kokalis, T., Tafti, A., and Kilb, N. (2000) Evolution of Communication with a Spatialized Genetic Algorithm. Technical report, Department of Philosophy, SUNY at Stony Brooks.
[14]    Satterfield, T. (2000) The Socio-Genetic Solution: A New Look At Language Genesis Through Swarm Modeling. Technical report, Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan.
1999
[13]    Grim, P., Kokalis, T., Tafti, A., and Kilb, N. (1999) Evolution of Communication in Perfect and Imperfect Worlds. Technical report, Department of Philosophy, SUNY at Stony Brooks.
[12]    Oates, T., Eyler-Walker, Z., and Cohen, P. R. (1999) Using Syntax to Learn Semantics: An Experiment in Language Acquisition with a Mobile Robot. Technical report, Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
[11]    MacLennan, B. (1999) The Emergence of Communication through Synthetic Evolution. Technical report.
[10]    Rocha, L. M. (1999) From Artificial Life to Semiotic Agent Models: Review and Research Directions. Technical report, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
[9]    Zuidema, W. (1999) Social patterns restrict evolving patterns. Technical report.
1998
[8]    Cohen, P. R. (1998) Growing Ontologies. Technical report, Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
[7]    Kirby, S. (1998) Language evolution without natural selection: From vocabulary to syntax in a population of learners. Technical report, Language Evolution and Computation Research Unit, University of Edinburgh.
[6]    Tonkes, B. (1998) Getting the Point Across: The Effect of Recurrent Network Biases on the Evolution of a Simple Language. Technical report.
1997
[5]    Kirby, S. and Hurford, J. (1997) The evolution of incremental learning: language, development and critical periods. Technical report, Language Evolution and Computation Research Unit, University of Edinburgh.
1995
[4]    Farquhar, A., Fikes, R., Pratt, W., and Rice, J. (1995) Collaborative ontology construction for information integration. Technical report, Stanford University.
[3]    Niyogi, P. and Berwick, R. C. (1995) The Logical Problem of Language Change. Technical report, AI Lab, MIT.
1994
[2]    Saunders, G. M. and Pollack, J. B. (1994) The Evolution of Communication in Adaptive Agents. Technical report, Department of Computer and Information Science, The Ohio State University.
1990
[1]    MacLennan, B. (1990) Evolution of Communication in a Population of Simple Machines. Technical report, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Department of Computer Science.

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