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Fuzzy Grammar: A Reader by Bas Aarts

By Bas Aarts

This paintings brings jointly vintage and up to date papers within the philosophical and linguistic research of fuzzy grammar, of gradience in which means, observe periods and syntax. concerns resembling what number grains make a heap, whilst a puddle turns into a pond, and so on, have occupied thinkers because Aristotle and, because the Nineteen Eighties, were the topic of accelerating curiosity between linguists in addition to in fields reminiscent of synthetic intelligence and computational linguistics. The paintings is designed to be of use to scholars in a lot of these fields. It has a considerable advent, is split into thematic elements, comprises annotated sections of additional examining, and is totally listed.

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