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Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics

Editor(s): Vladimir Polyakov and Valery Solovyev
Contributors: Kira Andreeva;

Book Description

Created as intercultural and interdisciplinary, conferences of the series “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” have been successfully held since 1998. Over the years, CML has visited a number of countries, attracting more and more scientists from all over the world and thus broadening the scope of its topics.

The conference has worked out its scientific character and now it has a constant core of participants; and the term “cognitive modeling” has become a popular topic of high profile conferences in linguistics and artificial intelligence, which affirms the CML’s direction of movement.

The present volume gathers the most outstanding and interesting articles from participants of the XIIIth International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics”, whose studies will no doubt be of interest to both scientists who have tied their lives with linguistics, as well as to those people who treat it as a hobby.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-3653-1
ISBN-10: 1-4438-3653-2
Date of Publication: 01/04/2012
Pages / Size: 140 / A5
Price: £34.99


Vladimir Polyakov, PhD, is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Applied Linguistics in the Institute of Linguistics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Associate Professor at the National Research Technological University (MISIS) and Moscow State Linguistic University. He is Chair of the Organizing Committee of the International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics”. His major fields of scientific research are cognitive science and modeling, computer linguistics and artificial intelligence. His projects include the database Languages of the World ( and Financial Forecasts (

Valery Solovyev is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Kazan Federal University in Russia. His major fields of scientific research are cognitive linguistics, language evolution and quantitative linguistics.