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- Axel H. Ng, Kyle Gorman, and Richard Sproat (2017).
Minimally supervised written-to-spoken text normalization. In Proceedings of ASRU, to appear.
- Kyle Gorman and Charles Yang (in press). When nobody wins. In Franz Rainer, Francesco Gardani, Hans Christian Luschützky and Wolfgang U. Dressler (ed)., Competition in inflection and word formation, in press. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Joel Adams, Steven Bedrick, Gerasimos Fergadiotis, Kyle Gorman, and Jan van Santen (2017). Target word prediction and paraphasia classification in spoken discourse. In Proceedings of the BioNLP Workshop, 1-8.
- Heather MacFarlane, Kyle Gorman, Rosemary Ingham, Alison Presmanes Hill, Katina Papadakis, Géza Kiss, and Jan van Santen (2017). Quantitative analysis of disfluency in children with autism spectrum disorder or language impairment. PLOS ONE 12(3): e0173936.
- Gerasimos Fergadiotis, Kyle Gorman, and Steven Bedrick (2016). Algorithmic classification of five characteristic types of paraphasias. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 25(4S): S776-S787.
- Kyle Gorman and Richard Sproat (2016). Minimally supervised number normalization. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 4: 507-519.
- Kyle Gorman (2016). Pynini: A Python library for weighted finite-state grammar compilation. In Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Statistical NLP and Weighted Automata, 75-80. [Software]
- Kyle Gorman, Lindsay Olson, Alison Presmanes Hill, Rebecca Lunsford, Peter Heeman, and Jan van Santen (2016). Uh and um in children with autism spectrum disorders or language impairment. Autism Research 9(8): 854-865.
- Alison Presmanes Hill, Jan van Santen, Kyle Gorman, Beth H. Langhorst, and Eric Fombonne (2015). Memory in language-impaired children with and without autism. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 7: 19.
- Kyle Gorman, Steven Bedrick, Géza Kiss, Eric Morley, Rosemary Ingham, Metrah Mohammad, Katina Papadakis, and Jan van Santen (2015). Automated morphological analysis of clinical language samples. In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology Workshop, 108-116.
- Maider Lehr, Kyle Gorman, and Izhak Shafran (2014). Discriminative pronunciation modeling for dialectal speech recognition. In Proceedings of INTERSPEECH, 1458-1462.
- Lars Hinrichs, Axel Bohmann, and Kyle Gorman (2013). Real-time trends in the Texas English vowel system: F2 trajectory in GOOSE as an index of a variety's ongoing delocalization. Rice Working Papers in Linguistics 4: 1-12.
- Kyle Gorman (2013). Generative phonotactics. University of Pennsylvania dissertation. [Having trouble printing this?]
- Kyle Gorman and Daniel Ezra Johnson (2013). Quantitative analysis. In Robert Bayley, Richard Cameron, and Ceil Lucas, ed., The Oxford handbook of sociolinguistics, 214-240. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Prepress PDF] [Supplemental material]
- Kyle Gorman (2012). Exceptions to rhotacism. In Proceedings of the 48th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 279-293.
- Constantine Lignos and Kyle Gorman (2012). Revisiting frequency and storage in morphological processing. In Proceedings of the 48th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 447-461.
- Kyle Gorman (2011). A program for phonotactic theory. Proceedings of the 47th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 79-93.
- Kyle Gorman (2011). Review: Defective paradigms: Missing forms and what they tell us. LINGUIST List 22.2894.
- Kyle Gorman, David Faber, Elika Bergelson, and Charles Yang (2011). Word vs. rule frequencies in irregular acquisition. Paper presented at the 36th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, and the 2012 LSA meeting in Portland.
- Kyle Gorman, Jonathan Howell, and Michael Wagner (2011). Prosodylab-Aligner: A tool for forced alignment of laboratory speech.
Journal of the Canadian Acoustical Association 39(3): 192-193. [Software]
- Josef Fruehwald and Kyle Gorman (2011). Cross-derivational feeding is epiphenomenal. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 2011:36-50.
- Kyle Gorman (2010). The consequences of multicollinearity among socioeconomic predictors of negative concord in Philadelphia. In Marielle Lerner, ed., U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 16.2: Selected papers from NWAV 38, 66-75. Philadelphia: Penn Linguistics Club.
- Kyle Gorman (2009). Hierarchical regression for language research. University of Pennsylvania IRCS Technical Report 09-02.
- Chandan Narayan, Kyle Gorman, and Daniel Swingley (2008). The acoustics of [voice] in infant-directed speech and implications for phonological learning. Paper presented the 33rd annual Boston University Conference on Language Development and the 2008 LSA meeting in Chicago.
- Catherine Lai, Kyle Gorman, Jiahong Yuan, and Mark Liberman (2007). Perception of disfluency: Language differences and listener bias. In Proceedings of INTERSPEECH, 2345-2348.
- NIH R01DC012033: Computational characterization of language use in autism spectrum disorders
- NIH R21DC014099: Co-construction of lexica in primary progressive aphasia
- OpenFst: Finite-state transducer library (with many others)
- Baum-Welch: OpenFst extension for Baum-Welch/expectation maximization training
- Pynini: OpenFst grammar compilation in Python
- SWIPE': Robust pitch tracking
- Prosodylab-Aligner: User-friendly forced alignment tool (with many others)
- ldamatch: R package for condition matching (with Géza Kiss)
- Detector Morse: Python library for sentence boundary detection
- Perceptronix Point Never: Python library for part-of-speech tagging
- nlup: Python library for linear classifiers for NLP