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Entropy Indicators for Investigating Early Language Processes

@inproceedings{Lyon2005EntropyIF,
  title={Entropy Indicators for Investigating Early Language Processes},
  author={C. Lyon and Chrystopher L. Nehaniv and B. Dickerson},
  year={2005}
}
We examine evidence for the hypothesis that language could have passed through a stage when words were combined in structured linear segments and these linear segments could later have become the building blocks for a full hierarchical grammar. Experiments were carried out on the British National Corpus, consisting of about 100 million words of text from different domains and transcribed speech. This work extends and supports the results of our previous work based on a smaller corpus reported… Expand
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