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[184..137]    Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on the Evolution of Language
[136..121]    Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages
[120..105]    Symbol Grounding and Beyond: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication
[104..99]    Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications
[98..93]    Artificial Life X
[92..88]    SAB06
[87..83]    Interaction Studies
[82..78]    Evolutionary Epistemology, Language and Culture - A non-adaptationist, systems theoretical approach
[77..75]    Nature
[74..73]    Journal of Theoretical Biology
[72..71]    Pragmatics and Cognition
[70..69]    Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication
[68..67]    Artificial Cognition Systems
[66..65]    Europhysics Letters
[64..63]    Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
[62..61]    International Journal of Modern Physics C
[60..59]    Behavioral and Brain Sciences
[58..57]    Physical Review E
[56..55]    Trends in Cognitive Sciences
[54]   (2)Arbib, M. A. (2006) Action to Language via the Mirror Neuron System. Cambridge University Press.
[53]   (1)Arbib, M. A. (2006) A sentence is to speech as what is to action? Cortex, 42(4):507--14.
[52]   (1)Aurnhammer, M., Hanappe, P., and Steels, L. (2006) Integrating Collaborative Tagging and Emergent Semantics for Image Retrieval. In Proceedings WWW2006, Collaborative Web Tagging Workshop.
[51]   (56)Baronchelli, A., Felici, M., Caglioti, E., Loreto, V., and Steels, L. (2006) Sharp Transition towards Shared Vocabularies in Multi-Agent Systems. J. Stat. Mech., (P06014).
[50]    Brighton, H. and Kirby, S. (2006) Understanding Linguistic Evolution by Visualizing the Emergence of Topographic Mappings. Artificial Life, 12(2):229--242.
[49]   (3)Cangelosi, A., Hourdakis, E., and Tikhanoff, V. (2006) Language acquisition and symbol grounding transfer with neural networks and cognitive robots. In IJCNN 2006, pages 1576--1582. Vancouver.
[48]   (18)Cangelosi, A. and Riga, T. (2006) An Embodied Model for Sensorimotor Grounding and Grounding Transfer: Experiments with Epigenetic Robots. Cognitive Science, 30(4):673--689.
[47]    Cangelosi, A., Smith, A. D. M., and Smith, K. (2006) The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on the Evolution of Language. Singapore: World Scientific.
[46]   (18)Castello, X., Eguiluz, V. M., and San Miguel, M. (2006) Ordering dynamics with two non-excluding options: bilingualism in language competition. New Journal of Physics, 8:308.
[45]    Cattuto, C. (2006) Semiotic dynamics in online social communities. Eur. Phys. J. C, 46(s02):33--37.
[44]    Choudhury, M., Basu, A., and Sarkar, S. (2006) Multi-Agent Simulation of Emergence of Schwa Deletion Pattern in Hindi. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 9(2).
[43]    Choudhury, M., Mukherjee, A., Basu, A., and Ganguly, N. (2006) Analysis and Synthesis of the Distribution of Consonants over Languages: A Complex Network Approach. In COLING-ACL06. Sydney, Australia.
[42]   (11)Dall'Asta, L. and Baronchelli, A. (2006) Microscopic activity patterns in the Naming Game. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 39(48):14851--14867.
[41]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R. (2006) On the universality of Zipf's law for word frequencies. In Grzybek, P. and Kohler,R., editors, Exact methods in the study of language and text. In honor of Gabriel Altmann, pages 131--140. Berlin: Gruyter.
[40]    Ferrer-i-Cancho, R. (2006) When language breaks into pieces: A conflict between communication through isolated signals and language. Biosystems, 84(3):242--253.
[39]   (20)Fisher, S. E. and Marcus, G. F. (2006) The eloquent ape: genes, brains and the evolution of language. Nature Reviews Genetics, 7:9--20.
[38]   (17)Fitch, W. T. (2006) The biology and evolution of music: a comparative perspective. Cognition, 100(1):173--215.
[37]   (1)Furnas, G. W., Fake, C., von Ahn, L., Schachter, J., Golder, S., Fox, K., Davis, M., Marlow, C., and Naaman, M. (2006) Why do tagging systems work? In CHI '06: CHI '06 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, pages 36--39. New York, NY, USA: ACM Press.
[36]   (10)Golder, S. and Huberman, B. A. (2006) Usage patterns of collaborative tagging systems. Journal of Information Science, 32(2):198--208.
[35]    Gong, T., Minett, J. W., and Wang, W. S-Y. (2006) Language origin and the effects of individuals' popularity. In Proceedings of 2006 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, pages 3744--3751. Vancouver, CA.
[34]    Gontier, N., van Bendegem, J. P., and Aerts, D. (2006) Evolutionary Epistemology, Language and Culture - A non-adaptationist, systems theoretical approach. Dordrecht: Springer.
[33]    Hurford, J. (2006) Recent Developments in the Evolution of Language. Cognitive Systems, 7(1):23--32.
[32]    Juergens, E. and Pizka, M. (2006) The Language Evolver Lever: Tool Demonstration. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 164(2):55--60.
[31]    Kanj, I. A., Nakhleh, L., and Xia, G. (2006) Reconstructing Evolution of Natural Languages: Complexity and Parameterized Algorithms. In Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Computing and Combinatorics Conference (COCOON 2006), pages 299--308.
[30]   (3)Ke, J. and Holland, J. H. (2006) Language Origin from an Emergentist Perspective. Applied Linguistics, 27(4):691--716.
[29]    Komarova, N. L. (2006) Population dynamics of human language: a complex system. In Frontiers of engineering: reports on leading-edge engineering from the 2005 symposium, pages 89--98. The National Academy Press.
[28]    Komarova, N. L. (2006) Language and Mathematics: An evolutionary model of grammatical communication. In Grinin, L. and de Munck, V. C. and Korotayev A., editors, History and mathematics: Analyzing and Modeling Global Development, pages 164--179. URSS.
[27]    Levy, S. D. and Kirby, S. (2006) Evolving Distributed Representations for Language with Self-Organizing Maps. In P. Vogt and et al., editors, Symbol Grounding and Beyond: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the and Evolution of Linguistic Communicationj and Evolution of Linguistic Communication, pages 57--71. Springer.
[26]   (7)Lieberman, P. (2006) Toward an evolutionary biology of language. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA.
[25]    Lieberman, P. (2006) Limits on tongue deformation--Diana monkey formants and the impossible vocal tract shapes proposed by Riede et al. (2005). Journal of Human Evolution, 50(2):219--221.
[24]    Longa, V. M. (2006) A misconception about the Baldwin Effect: Implications for language evolution. Folia Linguistica, 40(3-4):305--318.
[23]    Lu, Q., Korniss, G., and Szymanski, B. K. (2006) Naming Games in Spatially-Embedded Random Networks. In Proc. AAAI Fall Symposium Series, Interaction and Emergent Phenomena in Societies of Agents, pages 148--155. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press.
[22]    Mitchener, W. G. (2006) A Mathematical Model of the Loss of Verb-Second in Middle English. In Ritt, Nikolaus and Schendl, Herbert and Dalton-Puffer, Christiane and Kastovsky, Dieter, editors, Medieval English and its Heritage: Structure, Meaning and Mechanisms of Change. Peter Lang Publishing.
[21]    Nettle, D. (2006) Language: Costs and benefits of a specialised system for social information transmission. In J. Wells and et al., editors, Social Information Transmission and Human Biology, pages 137--152. London: Taylor & Francis.
[20]   (40)Niyogi, P. (2006) The Computational Nature of Language Learning and Evolution. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
[19]   (10)Nowak, M. A. (2006) Evolutionary Dynamics: Exploring the Equations of Life. Harvard University Press.
[18]   (5)Nunn, C. L., Mulder, M. B., and Langley, S. (2006) Comparative Methods for Studying Cultural Trait Evolution: A Simulation Study. Cross-Cultural Research, 40(2):177--209.
[17]   (22)Oudeyer, P-Y. (2006) Self-Organization in the Evolution of Speech. Oxford University Press.
[16]   (3)Oudeyer, P-Y. and Kaplan, F. (2006) Discovering Communication. Connection Science, 18(2):189--206.
[15]    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.
[14]    Poulshock, J. W. (2006) Language and Morality: Evolution, Altruism and Linguistic Moral Mechanisms. PhD thesis, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh.
[13]   (15)Schulze, C. and Stauffer, D. (2006) Recent Developments in Computer Simulations of Language Competition. Computing in Science and Engineering, 8(3):60--67.
[12]    Schulze, C. and Stauffer, D. (2006) Monte Carlo simulation of survival for minority languages. Advances in complex systems, 9(3):183--191.
[11]    Smith, K. (2006) Cultural evolution of language. In K. Brown, editor, The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd Edition), pages 315--322. Elsevier.
[10]    Sole, R. V. (2006) Scaling laws in language evolution. In Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, editor, Power Laws in the Social Sciences. Cambridge University Press.
[9]   (9)Steels, L. (2006) Semiotic Dynamics for Embodied Agents. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 21(3):32--38.
[8]   (4)Steels, L. and De Beule, J. (2006) A (very) Brief Introduction to Fluid Construction Grammar. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Scalable Natural Language (ScaNaLu06).
[7]    Steels, L. and Hanappe, P. (2006) Interoperability through Emergent Semantics. A Semiotic Dynamics Approach. Journal on Data Semantics.
[6]    Surendran, D. and Niyogi, P. (2006) Quantifying the Functional Load of Phonemic Oppositions, Distinctive Features, and Suprasegmentals. In O. Nedergaard Thomsen, editor, Competing Models of Language Change: Evolution and Beyond. John Benjamins.
[5]   (21)Szamado, S. and Szathmary, E. (2006) Selective scenarios for the emergence of natural language. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 21(10):555--61.
[4]    Thelwall, M. and Price, L. (2006) Language evolution and the spread of ideas: A procedure for identifying emergent hybrid word family members. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(10):1326--1337.
[3]    Vogt, P., Sugita, Y., Tuci, E., and Nehaniv, C. (2006) Symbol Grounding and Beyond: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication. Springer. Berlin/Heidelberg.
[2]    Wang, J. (2006) Computational Approaches to Linguistic Consensus. PhD thesis, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
[1]   (9)Wedel, A. B. (2006) Exemplar models, evolution and language change. The Linguistic Review, 23(3):247--274.

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