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Eitan Grossman
Eitan Grossman
Associate Professor of Linguistics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il
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Outta Control: Laws of Semantic Change and Inherent Biases in Word Representation Models
H Dubossarsky, D Weinshall, E Grossman
Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2017
1882017
A bottom up approach to category mapping and meaning change.
H Dubossarsky, Y Tsvetkov, C Dyer, E Grossman
NetWordS, 66-70, 2015
772015
Verbs change more than nouns: a bottom-up computational approach to semantic change
H Dubossarsky, D Weinshall, E Grossman
Lingue e linguaggio 15 (1), 7-28, 2016
492016
Sequences of Intonation Units form a~ 1 Hz rhythm
M Inbar, E Grossman, AN Landau
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
392020
Investigating diachronic trends in phonological inventories using BDPROTO
S Moran, E Grossman, A Verkerk
Language Resources and Evaluation 55 (1), 79-103, 2021
342021
Universal and macro-areal patterns in the lexicon
T Georgakopoulos, E Grossman, D Nikolaev, S Polis
Linguistic Typology, 2021
312021
SegBo: a database of borrowed sounds in the world’s languages
E Grossman, E Eisen, D Nikolaev, S Moran
The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Marseille, France, 11 …, 2020
292020
On the pragmatics of subjectification: The grammaticalization of verbless allative futures (with a case study in Ancient Egyptian)
E Grossman, S Polis
Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 46 (1), 25-63, 2014
292014
Navigating polyfunctionality in the lexicon. Semantic maps and Ancient Egyptian lexical semantics
E Grossman, S Polis
Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian, 175-225, 2012
272012
No case before the verb, obligatory case after the verb in Coptic
E Grossman
Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective, 203-225, 2015
262015
The Egyptian-Coptic language: its setting in space, time and culture
E Grossman, TS Richter
Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective, 69-101, 2014
26*2014
The Leipzig-Jerusalem transliteration of Coptic
E Grossman, M Haspelmath
Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective, 145-154, 2014
232014
Coming to Your Senses: on Controls and Evaluation Sets in Polysemy Research
H Dubossarsky, E Grossman, D Weinshall
Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2018
222018
Periphrastic Perfects in the Coptic Dialects. A Case Study in Grammaticalization
E Grossman
Lingua Aegyptia 17, 81-118, 2009
222009
What can historical linguistics and experimental pragmatics offer each other?
E Grossman, I Noveck
Linguistics Vanguard 1 (1), 145-153, 2015
212015
Part II) Studies
M Collier, OD Gensler, E Grossman, T Güldemann, M Haspelmath
21*2014
Areal sound change and the distributional typology of affricate richness in Eurasia
D Nikolaev, E Grossman
Studies in Language. International Journal sponsored by the Foundation …, 2018
202018
The impact of information structure on the emergence of differential object marking: an experimental study
S Tal, K Smith, J Culbertson, E Grossman, I Arnon
Cognitive Science 46 (3), e13119, 2022
192022
The road to auxiliariness revisited: the grammaticalization of FINISH anteriors in Spanish
M Rosemeyer, E Grossman
Diachronica 34 (4), 516-558, 2017
162017
Contexts and inferences. The grammaticalization of the later Egyptian Allative Future
E Grossman, G Lescuyer, S Polis
On forms and functions: Studies in Ancient Egyptian grammar, 87-136, 2014
152014
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