Michał Wrocławski is about to defend his doctoral thesis Representations of numbers and their computational
properties. Where: Institute of Philosophy, room 109 (1st floor), ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 3, 00-927 Warsaw. When: September 2, 12:00. More details
can be found here.
9 April, 2019
My abstract Simple and informative scalar languages are monotone has been selected for poster
presentation at the Interaction and the Evolution of Linguistic Complexity workshop
(IELC 2019), to be held in the
famous Centre for Language Evolution, University of Edinburgh. In the abstract I argue that the pressures
for simplicity and informativeness are sufficient to explain monotonicity.
1 April, 2019
A research paper An Almost Perfectly Predictable Process with No Optimal Predictor, co-authored with
Tomasz Steifer, has been accepted and will soon
appear in the proceedings of the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
16 March, 2019
Social Models of Meaning Acquisition workshop, organized by Nina Gierasimczuk and me, will take place May 23 and 24 in Warsaw.
The talks are open to public. You can find more details here.
12 March, 2019
A research paper On Unstable and Unoptimal Prediction, co-authored with
has been accepted and will soon appear Mathematical Logic Quarterly.