Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Fachrichtung 4.7 Universität des Saarlandes
Torsten Kai Jachmann, M.Sc.<br> Publications <br> Torsten Kai Jachmann, M.Sc.

Publications


Journal articles

  • Francesca Delogu, Torsten Kai Jachmann, Maria Staudte, Francesco Vespignani and Nicola Molinaro (2019)
    Discourse Expectations Are Sensitive to the Question Under Discussion: Evidence From ERPs,
    Discourse Processes, DOI: [10.1080/0163853X.2019.1575140]

Peer-reviewed conference papers

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    The Influence of Speaker's Gaze on Sentence Comprehension: An ERP Investigation
    In Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2261-2266), London, UK, July 2017. [pdf]

  • Chiara Gambi, Torsten Kai Jachmann and Maria Staudte.
    "Listen, look, go! The role of prosody and gaze in turn-end anticipation"
    In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, USA, July 2015. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Robert Grabowski, and Mayo Kudo
    "Machine-Translating English Forum Posts to Japanese: On Pre-editing Rules as Part of Domain Adaptation."
    In Proceedings of The Twentieth Annual Meeting of The Association for Natural Language Processing (NLP2014) (pp. 808-811)., Hokkaido University, January 2014. [pdf]

Peer-reviewed conference abstracts

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    (Dis)Confirmation of Linguistic Prediction by Non-Linguistic Cues
    Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2018 — AMLaP 2018, Berlin, Germany, September 2018. Selected for Poster Slam presentation. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Congruency effects of speaker's gaze on listeners' sentence comprehension
    SNL 2017 Annual Meeting — SNL 2017, Baltimore, USA, November 2017. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Congruency effects of speaker's gaze on listeners' sentence comprehension
    30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing — CUNY 2017, Boston, USA, March-April 2017. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Influence of Speakers' Gaze on Listeners' Comprehension: Evidence from Event Related Potentials (ERP)
    CNS 2017 Annual Meeting — CNS 2017, San Francisco, USA, March 2017. [pdf]

Conference posters

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    (Dis)Confirmation of Linguistic Prediction by Non-Linguistic Cues
    Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2018 — AMLaP 2018, Berlin, Germany, September 2018. Selected for Poster Slam presentation. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    The Influence of Speaker's Gaze on Sentence Comprehension: An ERP Investigation
    39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society — CogSci 2017, London, UK, July 2017. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Congruency effects of speaker's gaze on listeners' sentence comprehension
    SNL 2017 Annual Meeting — SNL 2017, Baltimore, USA, November 2017. [pdf][add]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Congruency effects of speaker's gaze on listeners' sentence comprehension
    30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing — CUNY 2017, Boston, USA, March-April 2017. [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria Staudte and Matthew W. Crocker.
    Influence of Speakers' Gaze on Listeners' Comprehension: Evidence from Event Related Potentials (ERP)
    CNS 2017 Annual Meeting — CNS 2017, San Francisco, USA, March 2017. [pdf]

Theses

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann
    "Exploring Domain Adaptation in Machine Translation for English to Japanese"
    Bachelor's Thesis
    [pdf]

  • Torsten Kai Jachmann
    "On Universality of Prosody as a Turn-Taking Cue Across Languages"
    Master's Thesis
    [pdf]