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[115..99]    Language Evolution: The States of the Art
[98..84]    ECAL03
[83..73]    Proceedings of Language Evolution and Computation Workshop/Course at ESSLLI
[72..69]    Trends in Cognitive Sciences
[68..66]    Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
[65..63]    Nature
[62..60]    Artificial Life
[59..58]    Computational Linguistics
[57..56]    PNAS
[55..54]    Artificial Life VIII
[53..52]    Robotics and Autonomous Systems
[51]    Agostini, A. and Avesani, P. (2003) Advertising Games for Web Services. In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS-03), pages 93--109.
[50]   (8)Arbib, M. A. and Bota, M. (2003) Language evolution: neural homologies and neuroinformatics. Neural Networks, 16(9):1237--1260.
[49]    Avesani, P. and Agostini, A. (2003) A Peer-to-Peer Advertising Game. In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Service Oriented Computing, pages 28--42. Springer-Verlag LNCS 2910.
[48]    Bodik, P. (2003) Language Change in Multi-generational Community. In Proceedings of CALCI'03.
[47]    Bodik, P. and Takac, M. (2003) Formation of a Common Spatial Lexicon and its Change in a Community of Moving Agents. In Frontiers in AI: Proceedings of SCAI'03. IOS Press.
[46]   (12)Brighton, H. (2003) Simplicity as a Driving Force in Linguistic Evolution. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[45]    Brighton, H., Kirby, S., and Smith, K. (2003) Situated cognition and the role of multi-agent models in explaining language structure. In D. Kudenko and E. Alonso and D. Kazakov, editors, Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: Adaptation and Multi-Agent Learning, pages 88--109. Springer.
[44]    Cangelosi, A. (2003) Neural network models of category learning and language. Brain and Cognition, 53(2):106--107.
[43]    Cangelosi, A. (2003) Grounding language in sensorimotor and cognitive categories. AISB Quarterly, 115:5--8.
[42]    Christiansen, M. H. and Dale, R. (2003) Language evolution and change. In M.A. Arbib, editor, Handbook of brain theory and neural networks (2nd ed.), pages 604--606. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
[41]   (58)Christiansen, M. H. and Kirby, S. (2003) Language Evolution: The States of the Art. Oxford University Press.
[40]    Dowman, M. (2003) Modeling Language as a Product of Learning and Social Interactions. Cognitive Systems, 6(1).
[39]    Dowman, M. (2003) Explaining Color Term Typology as the Product of Cultural Evolution using a Multi-agent Model. In Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
[38]    Edelman, S., Solan, Z., Horn, D., and Ruppin, E. (2003) Rich Syntax from a Raw Corpus: Unsupervised Does It. In Syntax, Semantics and Statistics Workshop of NIPS-2003.
[37]   (5)Erdem, E., Lifschitz, V., Nakhleh, L., and Ringe, D. (2003) Reconstructing the evolutionary history of Indo-European languages using answer set programming. In Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages (PADL 03).
[36]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R. (2003) Language: universals, principles and origins. PhD thesis.
[35]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R., Sole, R. V., and Kohler, R. (2003) Universality in syntactic dependencies. Technical report, Santa Fe Institute.
[34]   (9)Hauser, M. D. and McDermott, J. (2003) The evolution of the music faculty: a comparative perspective. Nature Neuroscience, 6(7):663--668.
[33]    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.
[32]   (25)Hurford, J. (2003) The Neural Basis of Predicate-Argument Structure. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
[31]    Jager, G. (2003) Evolutionary Game Theory and Linguistic Typology: A Case Study. In P. Dekker, editor, Proceedings of the 14th Amsterdam Colloquium. ILLC, University of Amsterdam.
[30]    Jansen, B., de Vylder, B., de Boer, B., and Belpaeme, T. (2003) Emerging shared action categories in robotic agents through imitation. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts.
[29]   (6)Joyce, D., Richards, L., Cangelosi, A., and Coventry, K. R. (2003) On the foundations of perceptual symbol systems: Specifying embodied representations via connectionism. In F. Detje and D. Dorner and H. Schaub, editors, The Logic of Cognitive Systems. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, pages 147--152. Universitatsverlag Bamberg.
[28]    Juola, P. (2003) The Time Course of Language Change. Computers and the Humanities, 37(1):77--96.
[27]   (13)Komarova, N. L. and Nowak, M. A. (2003) Language dynamics in finite populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 221(3):445--457.
[26]   (4)Lachlan, R. F. and Feldman, M. W. (2003) Evolution of cultural communication systems: the coevolution of cultural signals and genes encoding learning preferences. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 16(6):1084--1095.
[25]    Lieberman, P. (2003) Language evolution and Innateness. In M. T. Banich and M Mack, editors, Mind, Brain and Language, pages 3--22. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
[24]    Livingstone, D. (2003) Computer Models of the Evolution of Language and Languages. PhD thesis, University of Paisley.
[23]    Miranda, E. R., Kirby, S., and Todd, P. M. (2003) On Computational Models of the Evolution of Music: From the Origins of Musical Taste to the Emergence of Grammars. Contemporary Music Review, 22(3):91--111.
[22]    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.
[21]   (6)Mitchener, W. G. (2003) Bifurcation Analysis of the Fully Symmetric Language Dynamical Equation. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 46(3):265--285.
[20]   (6)Mitchener, W. G. and Nowak, M. A. (2003) Competitive Exclusion and Coexistence of Universal Grammars. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 65(1):67--93.
[19]    Nakamura, M., Hashimoto, T., and Tojo, S. (2003) The Language Dynamics Equations of Population-Based Transition -- a Scenario for Creolization. In HR Arabnia, editor, Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IC-AI'03). CSREA Press.
[18]    Noll, H. (2003) The digital origin of human language - a synthesis. BioEssays, 25(5):489--500.
[17]    Oudeyer, P-Y. (2003) The production and recognition of emotions in speech: features and algorithms. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction, 59(1-2):157--183.
[16]    Oudeyer, P-Y. (2003) The Social Formation of Acoustic Codes with Something Simpler. In Dautenham K. and Nehaniv C., editors, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts.
[15]   (8)Senghas, A. (2003) Intergenerational influence and ontogenetic development in the emergence of spatial grammar in Nicaraguan Sign Language. Cognitive Development, 18(4):511--531.
[14]    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.
[13]    Smith, K. (2003) Compositionality from culture: the role of environment structure and learning bias. Technical report.
[12]   (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.
[11]   (41)Smith, K., Brighton, H., and Kirby, S. (2003) Complex Systems in Language Evolution: the cultural emergence of compositional structure. Advances in Complex Systems, 6(4):537--558.
[10]    Solan, Z., Horn, D., Ruppin, E., and Edelman, S. (2003) Unsupervised Context Sensitive Language Acquisition from a Large Corpus. In NIPS-2003.
[9]    Steels, L. (2003) Social Language Learning. In Tokoro, M. and L. Steels, editors, The Future of Learning. IOS Press, Amsterdam..
[8]   (7)Steels, L. (2003) The Evolution of Communication Systems by Adaptive Agents. In Alonso, E. and D. Kudenko and D. Kazakov, editors, Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: Adaptation and Multi-Agent Learning. LNAI 2636, pages 125--140. Springer Verlag, Berlin.
[7]   (110)Tomasello, M. (2003) Constructing a Language: A Usage-Based Theory of Language Acquisition. Harvard University Press.
[6]   (33)Vogt, P. and Coumans, H. (2003) Investigating social interaction strategies for bootstrapping lexicon development. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 6(1).
[5]   (28)Wagner, K., Reggia, J. A., Uriagereka, J., and Wilkinson, G. S. (2003) Progress in the simulation of emergent communication and language. Adaptive Behavior, 11(1):37--69.
[4]   (24)Yang, C. D. (2003) Knowledge and Learning in Natural Language. Oxford University Press.
[3]   (25)Zuidema, W. (2003) How the poverty of the stimulus solves the poverty of the stimulus. In Suzanna Becker and Sebastian Thrun and Klaus Obermayer, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 15 (Proceedings of NIPS'02). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
[2]    de Jong, E. D. and Steels, L. (2003) A Distributed Learning Algorithm for Communication Development. Complex Systems, 14(4).
[1]    van Baalen, M. and Jansen, V. A. A. (2003) Common language or Tower of Babel? On the evolutionary dynamics of signals and their meanings. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 270(1510):69--76.

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