Three Models for the Description of Language

@inproceedings{Kharbouch2006ThreeMF,
  title={Three Models for the Description of Language},
  author={Alaa Kharbouch and Zahi N. Karam},
  year={2006}
}
The grammar of a language is a device that describes the structure of that language. The grammar is comprised of a set of rules whose goal is twofold: first these rules can be used to create sentences of the associated language and only these, and second they can be used to classify whether a given sentence is an element of the language or not. The goal of a linguist is to discover grammars that are simple and yet are able to fully span the language. In [1] Chomsky describes three possible… CONTINUE READING
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Three Models for the Description of Language

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