Essays about: "native language"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 320 essays containing the words native language.

  1. 1. An online study of L2 relative clause processing: Evidence from self-paced reading in Persian learners of English

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Allmän språkvetenskap; Lunds universitet/Masterprogram: Språk och språkvetenskap

    Author : Abdolnoor Khaleghi; [2022]
    Keywords : relative clause; online L2 processing; second language comprehension; attachment preference; self-paced reading; heuristic processing; good-enough approach; working memory span.; Languages and Literatures;

    Abstract : This study examines relative clause (RC) processing in Persian learners of English and native speakers of English to explore whether or how different task demands, referential context information with three potential RC antecedents along with the variables noun type (definite, indefinite), RC length (short, long) and RC type (extraposed, non-extraposed) affect their processing, using both an online non-cumulative self-paced reading task and an offline questionnaire. In the self-paced reading task, the online processing of RC attachment resolution was examined when participants read temporarily ambiguous sentences with RCs preceded by one clause or two clauses containing three NPs followed by comprehension questions to explore L2 RC attachment preferences. READ MORE

  2. 2. GIS Processing on the Web

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Erik Knutsson; Manne Rydhe; [2022]
    Keywords : GIS; NodeJS; WebAssembly; Wasm; GDAL; JavaScript; SPA; GC; browsers; benchmark; memory; Ogr2Ogr;

    Abstract : Today more and more advanced and demanding applications are finding their way to the web. These are applications like video editing, games, and mathematical calculations. Up until a few years ago, JavaScript was the only language present on the web. That was until Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, and Apple decided to develop WebAssembly. READ MORE

  3. 3. Evaluation of Rust and WebAssembly when building a Progressive Web Application : An analysis of performance and memory usage

    University essay from KTH/Skolan för elektroteknik och datavetenskap (EECS)

    Author : Natan Teferi Asegehegn; [2022]
    Keywords : Progressve Web Applications; WebAssembly; Performance evaluation; Memory usage; Progressiva Webapplikationer; WebAssembly; Prestationsutvärdering; Minnesanvändning;

    Abstract : One problem that has been plaguing software development is the multitude of platforms that are available to users. Consequentially, a company needs to provide its service on multiple devices, running different operating systems, in order to reach as many end-users as possible. This leads to increased development complexity and costs. READ MORE

  4. 4. Object categorisation in French-Swedish early simultaneous bilinguals. : ARE GENDER EFFECTS MODULATED BY GRAMMAR OR CULTURE?

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Centrum för tvåspråkighetsforskning

    Author : Marie Fournier; [2022]
    Keywords : Linguistic relativity; Grammatical gender; French; Swedish; Cultural gender effect;

    Abstract : If most scholars tend to agree that the native language of a speaker does influence the way they will understand the reality around them, the question becomes ambiguous when it comes to bilingual speakers’ cognition. How is their reality affected by the combination of their languages? This study aimed at exploring this question under the angle of grammatical gender. READ MORE

  5. 5. Cross-lingual and Multilingual Automatic Speech Recognition for Scandinavian Languages

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för lingvistik och filologi

    Author : Rafal Černiavski; [2022]
    Keywords : cross-lingual; multilingual; automatic speech recognition; ASR;

    Abstract : Research into Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), the task of transforming speech into text, remains highly relevant due to its countless applications in industry and academia. State-of-the-art ASR models are able to produce nearly perfect, sometimes referred to as human-like transcriptions; however, accurate ASR models are most often available only in high-resource languages. READ MORE