Stochastic grammars and languages

@article{Fu1972StochasticGA,
  title={Stochastic grammars and languages},
  author={King-Sun Fu and Tingwen Huang},
  journal={International Journal of Computer & Information Sciences},
  year={1972},
  volume={1},
  pages={135-170}
}
This paper summarizes some recent results concerned with the extension of formal languages to their corresponding stochastic versions. Weighted grammars and languages are first defined, and stochastic grammars and languages are defined as a special case of weighted grammars and languages. Fuzzy grammars and languages, which have some properties similar to weighted grammars and languages, are also discussed. Stochastic automata are defined from the language recognition viewpoint. Languages… CONTINUE READING

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