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Kris Heylen
Kris Heylen
Senior researcher, Dutch Language Institute (INT, Leiden, the Netherlands) / Guest
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Usage-based approaches in Cognitive Linguistics: A technical state of the art
J Tummers, K Heylen, D Geeraerts
Walter de Gruyter 1 (2), 225-261, 2005
3092005
The impact of instruction and out‐of‐school exposure to foreign language input on learners’ vocabulary knowledge in two languages
E Peters, AS Noreillie, K Heylen, B Bulté, P Desmet
Language learning 69 (3), 747-782, 2019
1332019
Modelling word similarity: an evaluation of automatic synonymy extraction algorithms
K Heylen, Y Peirsman, D Geeraerts, D Speelman
Proceedings of the sixth international language resources and evaluation …, 2008
842008
A quantitative corpus study of German word order variation
K Heylen
Linguistic evidence: Empirical, theoretical and computational perspectives …, 2005
812005
Monitoring polysemy: Word space models as a tool for large-scale lexical semantic analysis
K Heylen, T Wielfaert, D Speelman, D Geeraerts
Lingua 157, 153-172, 2015
792015
Methodological issues in corpus-based cognitive linguistics
K Heylen, J Tummers, D Geeraerts
Cognitive sociolinguistics: Language variation, cultural models, social …, 2008
792008
Vocabulary knowledge and listening comprehension at an intermediate level<? br?> in English and French as foreign languages: An approximate replication study of Stæhr (2009)
AS Noreillie, B Kestemont, K Heylen, P Desmet, E Peters
ITL-International Journal of Applied Linguistics 169 (1), 212-231, 2018
672018
Looking at word meaning. An interactive visualization of Semantic Vector Spaces for Dutch synsets
K Heylen, D Speelman, D Geeraerts
Proceedings of the EACL-2012 joint workshop of LINGVIS & UNCLH …, 2012
622012
Automatic term extraction
K Heylen, D De Hertog
Handbook of terminology 1 (01), 2015
582015
Mixed-effects regression models in linguistics
D Speelman, K Heylen, D Geeraerts
Springer, 2018
502018
Size matters: tight and loose context definitions in English word space models
Y Peirsman, K Heylen, D Geeraerts
Proceedings of the ESSLLI workshop on distributional lexical semantics, 34-41, 2008
492008
A radically data-driven Construction Grammar: Experiments with Dutch causative constructions
N Levshina, K Heylen
Extending the scope of construction grammar 54, 17, 2014
482014
Finding semantically related words in Dutch: Co-occurrences versus syntactic contexts
Y Peirsman, K Heylen, D Speelman
Proceedings of the CoSMO workshop, Roskilde, Denmark, 9-16, 2007
472007
Applying word space models to sociolinguistics. Religion names before and after 9/11
Y Peirsman, K Heylen, D Geeraerts
Advances in Cognitive Sociolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics Research [CLR …, 2010
292010
Putting things in order. First and second order context models for the calculation of semantic similarity
Y Peirsman, K Heylen, D Speelman
Proceedings of the 9th Journées internationales d’Analyse statistique des …, 2008
232008
Wat dragen we vandaag: een hemd met blazer of een shirt met jasje? Convergentie en divergentie binnen Nederlandse kledingtermen
J Daems, K Heylen, D Geeraerts
Taal & Tongval 67 (2), 307-342, 2015
212015
Mixed-effects regression models in linguistics
RH Baayen, J van Rij, C de Cat, S Wood, D Speelman, K Heylen, ...
Speelman, D., Heylen, K., Geeraerts, D 4, 49-69, 2018
192018
Degrees of semantic control in measuring aggregated lexical distances
K Heylen, T Ruette
Approaches to measuring linguistic differences, 361-382, 2013
192013
Most borrowable construction ever! A large-scale approach to contact-induced pragmatic change
E Zenner, K Heylen, F Van de Velde
Journal of Pragmatics 133, 134-149, 2018
172018
Sémantique distributionnelle en linguistique de corpus
K Heylen, A Bertels
Langages, 51-64, 2016
132016
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