By year

2019

  • Alexandra Silva, Sam Staton, Peter Sutton & Carla Umbach (eds.) Language, Logic, and Computation. 12th International Tbilisi Symposium, TbiLLC 2017, Lagodekhi, Georgia, September 18-22, 2017, Revised Selected Papers. <publisher link>

2018

  • P. R. Sutton. Probabilistic Approaches to Vagueness and the Principle of Tolerance. Erkenntnis 83(4): 711-740 
    <pre-final>  <publisher link (paywall)>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Restrictions on Subkind Coercion in Object Mass Nouns. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21: 1195-1213, University of Edinburgh. <semantics archive>

2017

  • K. Erbach, P. R. Sutton, H. Filip, & K. Byrdeck. 2017. Object Mass Nouns in Japanese. In: A. Cremers, T. van Gessel, & F. Roelofsen eds. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium. pp. 235-244 <semantics archive>
  • H. Filip & P. Sutton. 2017. Singular Count NPs in Measure Constructions. In: D. Burgdorf, J. Collard, S. Maspong & B Stefánsddóttir, Semantics and Linguistic Theory 27, University of Maryland, College Park, USA. pp. 340-357. <open access>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip.. A probabilistic, mereological account of the mass/count distinction, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 10148. Springer. <pre-final> <publisher link (paywall)>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Probabilistic mereological type theory and the mass/count distinction. Journal of Language Modelling 5(2):303-356 <publisher link (open access)>

2016

  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Countability: Individuation and Context. Proceedings of Formal Grammar 21. <pre-final> <publisher link>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Counting in context. In Moroney, Mary, Little, Carol-Rose, Collard, Jacob & Burgdorf, Dan (Eds.), Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26, 350-370. LSA and CLC Publications. <pdf>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Mass/count variation, a mereological, two-dimensional semantics, in Rothstein, S. & J Šķilters (Eds.), The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication, Vol. 11. New Prarie Press. <pdf>
  • P. R. Sutton and H. Filip. Vagueness, overlap, and countability. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, University of Tübingen. pp. 730-747. <semantics archive>

2015

  • Towards a Probabilistic Semantics for Vague Adjectives. In: Schmitz, Hans-Christian and Zeevat, Henk (eds.), Language, Cognition, and Mind, Springer. <pre-final><publisher link>

2013