Natural Language Recursion and Recurrent Neural

  • NetworksMorten H. Christiansen, Nick ChaterPhilosophy
  • Published 1994

Abstract

The recursive structure of natural language was one of the principal, and most telling, sources of diiculty for associationist models of linguistic behaviour. It has, more recently, become a focus in the debate surrounding the generality of neural network models of language, which many would regard as the natural heirs of the associationist legacy. Can… (More)

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