Three New Papers in the Context of EACL Appeared

In the context of the EACL conference, three new papers have now been published. One study with John Miller, which made it into the main conference, tests new methods for the detection of borrowings from dominant donor languages and can be found under the link https://aclanthology.org/2023.eacl-main.190/. Two more papers appeared as part of the SIGTYP workshop organized by the special interest group for linguistic typology in NLP: One paper led by Julius Steuer tests new ways to investigate vowel harmony on wordlist data and can be found under the link https://aclanthology.org/2023.sigtyp-1.10. Another study by Frederic Blum and myself proposes a novel technique to handle phonetic alignments, which we call trimming. This study can be found under the link https://aclanthology.org/2023.sigtyp-1.6.