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COMP 2019-12-13
Gunma Ikaho Seminar House, Gunma University Computational complexity of satisfiability problem with exact number of solutions
Hiromu Horiuchi, Naoyuki Morimoto, Toshiyuki Yamada, Akinori Kawachi (Mie Univ.) COMP2019-34
Valiant and Vazirani proved the isolation lemma for SAT to show a polynomial-time randomized reduction from SAT to Uniqu... [more] COMP2019-34
TL 2019-07-27
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Innateness of human language observed in second language acquisition
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2019-21
We propose a new approach to the long-standing issue in linguistics: of whether knowledge of language is innate or not. ... [more] TL2019-21
TL 2018-07-28
Tokyo Keio University [Poster Presentation] (Most) frequently observed grammatical errors of Japanese EFL learners even after the six years of English learning
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2018-25
This preliminary study investigates what grammatical errors are most frequently observed in Japanese EFL (English as a F... [more] TL2018-25
TL 2017-07-23
Tokyo NINJAL Why do L2 Learners Accept Ungrammatical Sentences? -- A Preliminary Study --
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2017-31
Why do second language learners sometimes accept ungrammatical sentences in the target language? In the present study, w... [more] TL2017-31
TL 2016-07-23
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) Theoretical linguistics, psycho-linguistics, and foreign-language learning -- A model of their knowledge cycle --
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2016-16
In linguistic research, theoretical linguistics, psycho-linguistics, and foreign-language learning have been studied in ... [more] TL2016-16
TL 2015-08-05
Tokyo Tsuda College Towards Constructing a Universal Database for Linguistic Analysis
Toshiyuki Yamada (GU) TL2015-22
The goal of the current study is to construct a database useful to linguists whose analyses are based on ungrammatical s... [more] TL2015-22
TL 2014-08-13
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Corpus Frequency of Relative Clause Association in Japanese
Toshiyuki Yamada, Douglas Roland, Manabu Arai, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2014-35
Previous studies show mixed results for the processing of relative clause (RC) association ambiguity in Japanese, as in ... [more] TL2014-35
TL 2013-08-04
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus Optional Reanalysis in Relative Clause Association Ambiguity in Japanese
Toshiyuki Yamada, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2013-30
This study investigated whether the sentence-final verb triggers optional/unforced reanalysis in the processing of relat... [more] TL2013-30
TL 2012-07-22
Yamagata Yamagata University Japanese EFL Learners' On-line Sensitivity to Subject-verb Number Dis/agreement in English
Toshiyuki Yamada, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2012-25
This study examined Japanese EFL learners' on-line sensitivity to a L2 English property that is not found in their L1 Ja... [more] TL2012-25
SS 2010-03-08
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. verification of non-interference between files by typing
Koichi Zarei, Toshiyuki Yamada (Mie Univ.) SS2009-65
It is important to ensure the computer from information leakage.To
ensure the computer we use information flow analysi... [more]
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