CHIELD : The causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database

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Roberts , S G , Killin , A , Deb , A , Sheard , C , Greenhill , S J , Sinnemäki , K , Segovia Martín , J , Nölle , J , Berdicevskis , A , Humphreys-Balkwill , A , Little , H , Opie , K , Jacques , G , Bromham , L , Tinits , P , Ross , R M , Lee , S , Gasser , E , Calladine , J , Spike , M , Mann , S , Shcherbakova , O , Singer , R , Zhang , S , Benítez-Burraco , A , Kliesch , C , Thomas-Colquhoun , E , Skirgård , H , Tamariz , M , Passmore , S , Pellard , T & Jordan , F 2020 , ' CHIELD : The causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database ' , Journal of language evolution , vol. 5 , no. 2 , pp. 101-120 . https://doi.org/10.1093/jole/lzaa001

Titel: CHIELD : The causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database
Författare: Roberts, Sean G.; Killin, Anton; Deb, Angarika; Sheard, Catherine; Greenhill, Simon J.; Sinnemäki, Kaius; Segovia Martín, José; Nölle, Jonas; Berdicevskis, Aleksandrs; Humphreys-Balkwill, Archie; Little, Hannah; Opie, Kit; Jacques, Guillaume; Bromham, Lindell; Tinits, Peeter; Ross, Robert M.; Lee, Sean; Gasser, Emily; Calladine, Jasmine; Spike, Matthew; Mann, Stephen; Shcherbakova, Olena; Singer, Ruth; Zhang, Shuya; Benítez-Burraco, Antonio; Kliesch, Christian; Thomas-Colquhoun, Ewan; Skirgård, Hedvig; Tamariz, Monica; Passmore, Sam; Pellard, Thomas; Jordan, Fiona
Upphovmannens organisation: GramAdapt
Department of Languages
Datum: 2020-08
Språk: eng
Sidantal: 20
Tillhör serie: Journal of language evolution
ISSN: 2058-458X
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jole/lzaa001
Permanenta länken (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10138/333002
Abstrakt: Language is one of the most complex of human traits. There are many hypotheses about how it originated, what factors shaped its diversity, and what ongoing processes drive how it changes. We present the Causal Hypotheses in Evolutionary Linguistics Database (CHIELD, https://chield.excd.org/), a tool for expressing, exploring, and evaluating hypotheses. It allows researchers to integrate multiple theories into a coherent narrative, helping to design future research. We present design goals, a formal specification, and an implementation for this database. Source code is freely available for other fields to take advantage of this tool. Some initial results are presented, including identifying conflicts in theories about gossip and ritual, comparing hypotheses relating population size and morphological complexity, and an author relation network.
Subject: 6121 Languages
database
causal graphs
causal inference
DIRECTED ACYCLIC GRAPHS
CULTURAL-EVOLUTION
WORD-ORDER
FREQUENCY
INFERENCE
COLLABORATIONS
LANGUAGES
SELECTION
PATTERNS
LEARNERS
Referentgranskad: Ja
Användningsbegränsning: openAccess
Parallelpublicerad version: acceptedVersion
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Finansierings ID: 805371


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