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ArtikelAmbiguity in child language  
Oleh: Geert, Paul van ; Dijk, Marijn van
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: First Language (Full Text) vol. 23 no. 69 (Oct. 2003), page 259-284.
Fulltext: Paul Van Geert; Marijn Van Dijk.pdf (118.67KB)
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Isi artikelIn language acquisition, inter-transcriber agreement over linguistic categories assigned to recorded utterances is conceived as a measure of observer reliability. We argue that disagreement is not merely a reflection of observer errors or noisy data, but can be a reflection of the genuine ambiguity of early speech. Disagreement arises from the fact that the child is still building linguistic categories, and therefore, from the fact that the language is truly ambiguous. This ambiguity can be quantified by applying concepts from fuzzy logic, which we demonstrate in a case study. After presenting an index of agreement and a Monte-Carlo procedure for calculating the probability of chance agreement, we introduce an index of ambiguity, based on the fuzzy logic notion of degree of-membership.
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