Arc Pair Grammar - Princeton Legacy Library 2602 by David E. Johnson
Grammar Grammar is a new, formalized, broad-based theory of the grammatical structure of natural languages. As a branch of relational rules, it is a theoretical alternative to the long-standing, transformational,…
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GrammarGrammar is a new, formalized, broad-based theory of the grammatical structure of natural languages. As a branch of relational rules, it is a theoretical alternative to the long-standing, transformational, transformational approach to linguistics.
In this work, David Johnson and Paul Post present the first comprehensive presentation of this theoretical framework, which provides completely new concepts of all the basic concepts of grammatical theory: sentence, language, rule, and grammar. Originally published in 1981. The PrincetonLegacyLibrary uses the latest on-demand printing technology to make previously printed books available from the Princeton University's distinct background menu.
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