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Learnable Classes of Categorial Grammars

@inproceedings{Kanazawa1998LearnableCO,
  title={Learnable Classes of Categorial Grammars},
  author={Makoto Kanazawa},
  year={1998}
}
The dissertation investigates learnability of various classes of classical categorial grammars within the Gold paradigm of identification in the limit from positive data. Both learning from functor-argument structures and learning from flat strings are considered. The class of rigid grammars, the class of k-valued grammars (k = 2, 3, ...), the class of least-valued grammars, and the class of least-cardinality grammars are shown to be learnable from structures, and the class of rigid grammars… 
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