Curriculum vitae

Ryder Robin

Associate Professor
CEREMADE

ryderping@ceremade.dauphinepong.fr
Phone : 0144054569
Office : B632
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Biography

Robin Ryder specializes in Computational Bayesian Statistics and applications to Linguistics

Latest publications

Articles

Kelly L., Ryder R., Clarte G. (2022), Lagged couplings diagnose Markov chain Monte Carlo phylogenetic inference, Annals of Applied Statistics, p. 25

Round E., Dockum R., Ryder R. (2022), Evolution and trade-off dynamics of functional load, Entropy, vol. 24, n°4

Clarte G., Robert C., Ryder R., Stoehr J. (2021), Component-wise approximate Bayesian computation via Gibbs-like steps, Biometrika, vol. 108, n°3, p. 591–607

Lee J., Nicholls G., Ryder R. (2019), Calibration procedures for approximate Bayesian credible sets, Bayesian Analysis, vol. 14, n°4, p. 1245-1269

Sagart L., Jacques G., Lai Y., Ryder R., Thouzeau V., Greenhill S., List J-M. (2019), Dated language phylogenies shed light on the ancestry of Sino-Tibetan, PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 116, n°21

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Cäsar C., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2017), Titi semantics: Context and meaning in Titi monkey call sequences, Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, vol. 35, n°1, p. 271-298

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Schel A., Fuller J., Gautier J-P., Kuhn J., Veselinović D., Arnold K., Cäsar C., Keenan S., Lemasson A., Ouattara K., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2016), Formal monkey linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, vol. 42, n°1-2, p. 1-90

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Schel A., Fuller J., Gautier J-P., Kuhn J., Veselinović D., Arnold K., Cäsar C., Keenan S., Lemasson A., Ouattara K., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2016), Formal monkey linguistics: The debate, Theoretical Linguistics, vol. 42, n°1-2, p. 173-201

Ryder R. (2015), Introduction to “Scalable inference for Markov processes with intractable likelihoods” by J. Owen, D. Wilkinson, C. Gillespie, Statistics and Computing, vol. 25, n°1, p. 143

Ryder R. (2015), Comment: Approximate Bayesian Computation - Sequential Quasi Monte Carlo, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B, Statistical Methodology, vol. 77, p. 571

Arbel J., Robert C., Prünster I., Ryder R. (2015), Three discussions of the paper "sequential quasi-Monte Carlo sampling", by M. Gerber and N. Chopin, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B, Statistical Methodology, vol. 77, n°3, p. 569-570

Jacob P., Ryder R. (2014), The Wang-Landau algorithm reaches the Flat Histogram criterion in finite time, Annals of Applied Probability, vol. 24, n°1, p. 34-53

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Arnold K., Lemasson A., Ouattara K., Keenan S., Stephan C., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2014), Monkey semantics: two ‘dialects’ of Campbell’s monkey alarm calls, Linguistics and Philosophy, vol. 37, n°6, p. 439-501

Ryder R. (2012), Solution to Exchanges 10.3 Puzzle: Contingency Exigency, SIGecom Exchanges, vol. 11, n°2, p. 41-42

Marin J-M., Robert C., Ryder R., Pudlo P. (2012), Approximate Bayesian Computational methods, Statistics and Computing, vol. 22, n°6, p. 1167-1180

Ryder R., Nicholls G. (2011), Missing data in a stochastic Dollo model for binary trait data, and its application to the dating of Proto-Indo-European, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C, Applied Statistics, vol. 60, n°1, p. 71-92

Communications avec actes

Vasishth S., Chopin N., Ryder R., Nicenboim B. (2017), Modelling dependency completion in sentence comprehension as a Bayesian hierarchical mixture process: A case study involving Chinese relative clauses, in Glenn Gunzelmann, Andrew Howes, Thora Tenbrink, Eddy J. Davelaar, CogSci 2017, Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, London, UK 26-29 July 2017, London, Cognitive Science Society

Communications sans actes

Sagart L., Jacques G., Lai Y., Ryder R., Thouzeau V., Greenhill S., List J-M. (2019), Dated language phylogenies shed light on the ancestry of Sino-Tibetan, Journée « Science des données, Données de la science », Paris, France

Thouzeau V., Schlenker P., Ryder R., Chemla E. (2019), The Emergence of Primates Calls, Colloque annuel de l’European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association, Toulouse, France

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Arnold K., Lemasson A., Ouattara K., Keenan S., Stephan C., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2013), Dialectal variation in the meanings of Campbell’s monkey alarm calls, XIXth International Congress of Linguists (ICL19) - Workshop "Language variation at the interface of psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics", Genève, Suisse

Schlenker P., Chemla E., Arnold K., Lemasson A., Ouattara K., Keenan S., Stephan C., Ryder R., Zuberbühler K. (2013), Towards a formal analysis of primate alarm calls, 23rd Semantics and Linguistics Theory Conference, Santa Cruz, États-Unis

Ryder R., Nicholls G. (2011), Phylogenetic models for Semitic core vocabularies, 26th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling (IWSM 2011), Valence, Espagne

Charon N., Gariah A., Laurent C., Levy M., Ryder R., Vitry O., Zakharova A. (2011), Semaine d'Etude Mathématiques et Entreprises 1 : Modèles de comparaison quantitative de matrices 3D, Semaine d'Etude Mathématiques et Entreprises, Paris, France

Prépublications / Cahiers de recherche

Clarte G., Ryder R. (2022), A Phylogenetic Model of the Evolution of Discrete Matrices for the Joint Inference of Lexical and Phonological Language Histories, Paris, Cahier de recherche CEREMADE, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, 37 p.

Clarte G., Ryder R., Robert C., Stoehr J. (2019), Component-wise approximate Bayesian computation via Gibbs-like steps, Paris, Cahier de recherche CEREMADE, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, 30 p.

Ryder R., Welch D., Nicholls G. (2011), TraitLab: A MatLab package for fitting and simulating binary tree-like data, Paris, ENSAE, 23 p.

Schäfer C., Mengersen K., Marin J-M., Robert C., Ryder R., Chopin N. (2010), On Particle Learning, Paris, Université Paris-Dauphine, 19 p.

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