Mind-Reading vs. Simulation in Epistemically Heterogeneous Social Networks

Abstract : The poster investigates methods of inference when speaker and hearer localized in a simple social network do not have the same epistemic state, and shows that assessing the interlocutor's mind-state results in greater lexical distance.
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Gerhard Schaden. Mind-Reading vs. Simulation in Epistemically Heterogeneous Social Networks. Linking Social Effects in Language Processing to Social Effects in Language Evolution, Sep 2016, Nimègue, Netherlands. 2016. ⟨hal-01369378⟩

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