Presentation 2017-06-09
Study of Human Language from the Viewpoint of Zoology
Jun Sakata,
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Abstract(in English) Studies of thinking and language in engineering are mainly based on psychology and philosophy in the UK and the USA. While there are studies of philosophy about zoology and physiology in Germany and France, but engineering hardly refer them. The human language includes continuity and discontinuity from animal behavior. Therefore biological study of human language is important. This paper introduces idea of zoology and views the human language .
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Keyword(in English) a study of human language / zoolozy / physiology / use of tools by animals
Paper # TL2017-7,NLC2017-7
Date of Issue 2017-06-02 (TL, NLC)

Conference Information
Committee NLC / TL
Conference Date 2017/6/9(2days)
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Place (in English) Tottori University
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Topics (in English) Application of natural language proessing and linguistic analysis, and general topic of NLP
Chair Hiroshi Kanayama(IBM) / Masami Suzuki(KDDI Research)
Vice Chair Takeshi Sakaki(Hottolink) / Kazutaka Shimada(Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) / Tadahisa Kondo(Kogakuin Univ.) / Chiaki Kubomura(Yamano College of Aesthetics)
Secretary Takeshi Sakaki(Ryukoku Univ.) / Kazutaka Shimada(NTT) / Tadahisa Kondo(Kobe Gakuin Univ.) / Chiaki Kubomura(Kyoto Univ.)
Assistant Mitsuo Yoshida(Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) / Takeshi Kobayakawa(NICT) / Nobuyuki Jincho(Waseda Univ.) / Noriaki Takada(Ferris Univ.)

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Registration To Technical Committee on Natural Language Understanding and Models of Communication / Technical Committee on Thought and Language
Language JPN
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Title (in English) Study of Human Language from the Viewpoint of Zoology
Sub Title (in English)
Keyword(1) a study of human language
Keyword(2) zoolozy
Keyword(3) physiology
Keyword(4) use of tools by animals
1st Author's Name Jun Sakata
1st Author's Affiliation Tottori University(Tottori Univ.)
Date 2017-06-09
Paper # TL2017-7,NLC2017-7
Volume (vol) vol.117
Number (no) TL-81,NLC-82
Page pp.pp.37-42(TL), pp.37-42(NLC),
#Pages 6
Date of Issue 2017-06-02 (TL, NLC)