A statistical referential theory of content: Using information theory to account for misrepresentation

Mind and Language 16 (3):331-334 (2001)

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Marius Usher
Tel Aviv University
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Keywords Content  Information  Language  Misrepresentation  Statistics
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DOI 10.1111/1468-0017.00172
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