A model of time in natural linguistic reasoning

Daniela López De Luise and Sebastian Cippitelli,    CI2S Labs, Buenos Aires, Argentina


The modern conception of natural language processing intends to explain wording, semantics, and syntactical evolution in terms of entropy, chaos, and fractals. From this perspective, there are many authors who have already presented several clues in that way and approaches that serve as a basis to explain many of the phenomena existing in any language. Part of this proposal is a short review of main contributions and a set of four rules defined that are part of previous work of the author grouped with the name “Thermodynamic Rules for Linguistic Reasoning.” They are part of a larger set of rules mathematically ...

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