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A Report on the Workshop on Complexity in Language: Developmental and Evolutionary Perspectives

@article{Gong2011ARO,
  title={A Report on the Workshop on Complexity in Language: Developmental and Evolutionary Perspectives},
  author={T. Gong and C. Coup{\'e}},
  journal={Biolinguistics},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={370-380}
}
1. Overview Complexity can be viewed as " the property of a real world system that is manifest in the inability of any one formalism being adequate to capture all its properties " (Mikulecky 2001: 344). In the past few decades, this notion has raised significant interest in many disciplines, from physics to biology, mathematics, artificial intelligence, etc. more recently, this cross-disciplinary endeavor has reached linguistics, and scholars of various theoretical backgrounds have been keen to… Expand
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