Theory of Language and Information: A Mathematical Approach

Oxford University Press UK (1991)

In this, his magnum opus, distinguished linguist Zellig Harris presents a formal theory of language structure, in which syntax is characterized as an orderly system of departures from random combinations of sounds, words, and indeed of all elements of language.
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