Michael Franke
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Signal to act: Game theory in pragmatics
M Franke
Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, 2009
266*2009
Quantity implicatures, exhaustive interpretation, and rational conversation
M Franke
Semantics and Pragmatics 4, 1-1-82, 2011
1962011
Probabilistic pragmatics, or why Bayes’ rule is probably important for pragmatics
M Franke, G Jäger
Zeitschrift für sprachwissenschaft 35 (1), 3-44, 2016
1222016
Gradable adjectives, vagueness, and optimal language use: A speaker-oriented model
C Qing, M Franke
Semantics and linguistic theory 24, 23-41, 2014
662014
Cost-based pragmatic inference about referential expressions
J Degen, M Franke, G Jager
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 35 (35), 2013
532013
Reasoning in reference games: Individual-vs. population-level probabilistic modeling
M Franke, J Degen
PloS one 11 (5), e0154854, 2016
472016
Relevance in cooperation and conflict
M Franke, T De Jager, R Van Rooij
Journal of Logic and Computation 22 (1), 23-54, 2012
462012
Now that you mention it
M Franke, T De Jager
Language, games, and evolution, 60-91, 2011
432011
The pragmatics of biscuit conditionals
M Franke
412007
Vagueness, signaling and bounded rationality
M Franke, G Jäger, R Van Rooij
JSAI international symposium on artificial intelligence, 45-59, 2010
402010
Pragmatic back-and-forth reasoning
M Franke, G Jäger
Pragmatics, semantics and the case of scalar implicatures, 170-200, 2014
362014
Variations on a Bayesian theme: Comparing Bayesian models of referential reasoning
C Qing, M Franke
Bayesian natural language semantics and pragmatics, 201-220, 2015
342015
Optimal reasoning about referential expressions
J Degen, M Franke
Proceedings of SemDIAL, 2-11, 2012
342012
Game theoretic pragmatics
M Franke
Philosophy Compass 8 (3), 269-284, 2013
312013
Typical use of quantifiers: A probabilistic speaker model
M Franke
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
272014
Pseudo-imperatives
M Franke
272005
Evidential strength of intonational cues and rational adaptation to (un‐) reliable intonation
TB Roettger, M Franke
Cognitive science 43 (7), e12745, 2019
262019
Signaling conventions: Who learns what where and when in a social network?
R Mühlenbernd, M Franke
The evolution of language, 242-249, 2012
262012
The evolution of compositionality in signaling games
M Franke
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 25 (3), 355-377, 2016
252016
Bidirectional optimization from reasoning and learning in games
M Franke, G Jäger
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 21 (1), 117-139, 2012
252012
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