My research applies results from psychology and cognitive linguistics to computational semantics. I am particularly interested in the differences between abstract and concrete concepts.
Because cross-disciplinary work is not as common as it should be, I am a student organizer for the Cambridge Language Sciences initiative.
I was also also Captain of the Cambridge University Stymies Golf Team, who enjoy doling out punishment to my former university.
Bentz, C., Kiela, D., Hill, F. and Buttery, P. (submitted). Zipf's law and the grammar of languages: A quantitative study of Old and Modern English parallel texts.
Hill, F. , Korhonen, A., & Bentz, C. 2013. A quantitative empirical analysis of the abstract/concrete distinction. Cognitive Science
Hill, F., Kiela, D., & Korhonen, A. 2013. Concreteness and corpora: A theoretical and practical analysis. Proceedings of ACL 2013, Workshop on Cognitive Modelling and Computational Linguistics, Sofia, Bulgaria. Cognitive Science Society BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD.
Hill, F., Korhonen, A., & Bentz, C. 2013. Large-scale empirical analyses of concreteness. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany
Hill, F. 2012. Beauty before age: Applying subjectivity to English adjective ordering. Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2012 Student Research Workshop, Montreal, Canada
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