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The Mathematics of Language

12th Biennial Conference, MOL 12, Nara, Japan, September 6-8, 2011, Proceedings

Kanazawa, M., Kracht, M., Seki, H., Kornai, A. (Eds.)

2011, IV, 227p.

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 12th Biennial Meeting on Mathematics in Language, MOL 12, held in Nara, Japan, in September 2011.

Presented in this volume are 12 carefully selected papers, as well as the paper of the invited speaker Andreas Maletti. The papers cover such diverse topics as formal languages (string and tree transducers, grammar-independent syntactic structures, probabilistic and weighted context-free grammars, formalization of minimalist syntax), parsing and unification, lexical and compositional semantics, statistical language models, and theories of truth.

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Keywords » Computational linguistics - Context-free grammars - Epistemic logic - Formal language theory - Natural language processing

Related subjects » Mathematics - Theoretical Computer Science

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