Jakub Szymanik
Jakub Szymanik
Associate Professor, Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam
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Comprehension of simple quantifiers: Empirical evaluation of a computational model
J Szymanik, M Zajenkowski
Cognitive Science 34 (3), 521-532, 2010
832010
Quantifiers in TIME and SPACE
J Szymanik
Computational complexity of generalized quantifiers in natural language. PhD …, 2009
62*2009
Computational complexity of polyadic lifts of generalized quantifiers in natural language
J Szymanik
Linguistics and Philosophy 33 (3), 215-250, 2010
472010
Quantifiers and Cognition: Logical and Computational Perspectives
J Szymanik
Springer, 2016
352016
Logic and Complexity in Cognitive Science
A Isaac, J Szymanik, R Verbrugge
Johan van Benthem on Logical and Informational Dynamics 5, 787-824, 2014
312014
Intentional communication: Computationally easy or difficult?
I Van Rooij, J Kwisthout, M Blokpoel, J Szymanik, T Wareham, I Toni
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 2011
312011
Branching quantification v. two-way quantification
N Gierasimczuk, J Szymanik
Journal of Semantics 26 (4), 367-392, 2009
292009
A comment on a neuroimaging study of natural language quantifier comprehension
J Szymanik
Neuropsychologia 45 (9), 2158-2160, 2007
272007
A computational approach to quantifiers as an explanation for some language impairments in schizophrenia
M Zajenkowski, R Styła, J Szymanik
Journal of Communication Disorders 44, 595-600, 2011
232011
A remark on collective quantification
J Kontinen, J Szymanik
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 17 (2), 131-140, 2008
202008
Semantic bounds for everyday language
M Mostowski, J Szymanik
Semiotica 188 (1/4), 363-372, 2012
19*2012
Contribution of working memory in parity and proportional judgments
J Szymanik, M Zajenkowski
Belgian Journal of Linguistics 25 (1), 176-194, 2011
182011
Quantifiers and working memory
J Szymanik, M Zajenkowski
Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 456-464, 2010
182010
MOST intelligent people are accurate and SOME fast people are intelligent.: Intelligence, working memory, and semantic processing of quantifiers from a computational perspective
M Zajenkowski, J Szymanik
Intelligence 41 (5), 456-466, 2013
162013
Computational and algorithmic models of strategies in turn-based games
G Bergwerff, B Meijering, J Szymanik, R Verbrugge, SM Wierda
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2014
142014
Using intrinsic complexity of turn-taking games to predict participants’ reaction times
J Szymanik, B Meijering, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2013
142013
A note on a generalization of the Muddy Children puzzle
N Gierasimczuk, J Szymanik
Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and …, 2011
122011
On the Identification of Quantifiers’ Witness Sets: A Study of Multi-quantifier Sentences
L Robaldo, J Szymanik, B Meijering
Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 2014
112014
Learnability and Semantic Universals
S Steinert-Threlkeld, J Szymanik
Semantic Archives, 0
11*
Working Memory Mechanism in Proportional Quantifier Verification
M Zajenkowski, J Szymanik, M Garraffa
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 2013
102013
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