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The languages in this class are called well-structured languages: Definition 7 A language L is a well-structured language (WSL for short) if and only if L ∈ L G (WSTS). ... Then, we define well-quasi orderings and well-structured transitions systems that form the basis of our definition of well-structured languages. ... 3 (b n 3 a n 3 ) i 1 (b n 1 a n 1 ) i 2 (b n 2 a n 2 ) i 3 a n 2 with 2 Thanks to these two lemmata, and thanks to Lemma 10, we can now prove Proposition 7, that states that no PN+NBA can accept the language ...doi:10.1007/s00236-007-0050-3 fatcat:o2ynn2rqqbgrffybm3u44o3gna
To see if Malaysian English language textbooks are free from these issues, this study compared the ways in which modal verb phrase structures are presented in these textbooks and real language use. ... To date, many studies focused on the behavior of English grammatical structures in various national and international textbooks and questioned the authenticity of the language and the grammar presented ... According to Kennedy (2002) , the above mentioned structures including structure 1 (modal alone) should take priority in language pedagogy. ...doi:10.5539/ells.v2n1p35 fatcat:zciw7v6ngnfyta4644xscwqub4
Clear language and well-arranged structure lead to better comprehensible court judgments. Archives of BusinessResearch, 8(1), ... Clear formulations and a well-arranged structure led to a better comprehensible judgment. ...doi:10.14738/abr.81.7752 fatcat:2wkx7ddkpzd6loha23laddoa6y
Many Facets of Power Language in India www.languageinindia.com 11 : 7 July 2011 Ashok Verma and Gulab Singh Deconstructing Power Structures in Premchand"s "Thakur"s Well" 196 Power can be seen as evil ... Language in India www.languageinindia.com 11 : 7 July 2011 Ashok Verma and Gulab Singh Deconstructing Power Structures in Premchand"s "Thakur"s Well" 198 The Swarnas However our contention in this paper ...fatcat:dgwmyrpytffqtiverlxlunkhl4
This paper describes a simple language suitable for the design of well-structured program modules. ... THE LANGUAGE The language is intended to be simple in structure, to include features which assist in writing well-structured programs and most importantly to facilitate proofs of their correctness. ...
The double predicate structures in English are examples of rhetorical use of language. ... Since the identification of a language structure is the prerequisite for its appropriate use, due attention in English teaching and learning should be paid to the delicate differences among similar language ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was part of the research achievements of the Project "Corpus-driven Studies of the Cultivation of Rhetorical Language Competence in English Writing" (16SA0107), supported by Scientific ...doi:10.17507/jltr.0903.22 fatcat:abz2awa5djdmhcro4kb5nlpvyu
Keywords: Surface Structure; Deep Structure; Constituent; Transformation ... The essence of Chomsky's approach to language is the claim that there are linguistic universals in domain of syntax. He felt confident to show that syntax can be defined for any given language. ... well-formed in the language, and also properly describes the syntactic, semantic, morphological, and phonological structure of the sentences in the language in such a way as to provide a principal account ...doi:10.18326/rgt.v3i1.23-36 fatcat:apm5mmqlp5bydixizpc5vhf4fq
Thus, the learners are expected to be able to avoid such ambiguity in interpreting the deep structure of a sentence since ambiguity will lead other people as the listeners or hearers of the speakers to ... The essence of Chomsky's approach to language is the claim that there are linguistic universals in domain of syntax. He felt confident to show that syntax can be defined for any given language. ... well-formed in the language, and also properly describes the syntactic, semantic, morphological, and phonological structure of the sentences in the language in such a way as to provide a principal account ...doi:10.18326/rgt.v3i1.439 fatcat:qkfes2evtjawraqlouj2e6h4em
Thorough investigation of their structural features, content and keywords as well as tasks accompanying the texts revealed that text structure has a direct impact on the type of tasks and questions proposed ... This paper investigates expository and narrative structures of examination texts for reading purposes implemented in General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) English Language Unit 1 Section A ... Thus, we will look upon the texts implemented in GCSE English Language Unit 1 Section A Reading from the point of view of their textual structures as well as the task type accompanying them, i.e. linguistic ...doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s2p414 fatcat:rlnkrvgkpfesdgpvzkp33zqlsq
Abstract The computation of a minimal separating automaton (MSA) for regular languages has been studied from many different points of view, from synthesis of automata or Grammatical Inference to the minimization ... We now relate the class of well-structured languages to other well-known subclasses of regular languages. Let us first consider the class of aperiodic ... We consider any well-structured regular language L ∪ and any regular language L + . ...doi:10.1016/j.ins.2016.07.053 fatcat:mlaamrkexnba3cvicmzppcieni
as well as in computer science. ... In this article, we share some experiences from teaching a course in computer language handling where the focus is on MDD principles. ... Starting from a well-defined language structure, it is convenient to define one or more textual and/or graphical presentations for the language, as well as to define code generation into executable target ...doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.34.591 dblp:journals/eceasst/GjosaeterP10 fatcat:nujxtiesovfnxcksjz2svgiogy
The Evolution of Language
Language displays structure on two levels, on a compositional (morphosyntactic) level, as well as on a combinatorial (phonological) level. This is known as "duality of patterning". ... The emergence of structure on a phonological level has been hypothesised to be the result of pressures imposed when the number of meanings increases, as language needs a more efficient way to create new ...doi:10.1142/9789814603638_0103 fatcat:xpof7mvozzftbjvikyq2nrdnpi
The basic mechanism is simple and elegant: given an initial constraint ordering, and pairs of well-formed structural descriptions (winners) and competing not-well-formed structural descriptions (losers ... This hierarchy assigns harmony values to structural descriptions of language input (depending on which constraints are broken), and the analyses with maximal harmony are the well-formed ones. ... The basic mechanism is simple and elegant: given an initial constraint ordering, and pairs of well-formed structural descriptions (winners) and competing not-well-formed structural descriptions (losers ...doi:10.1162/coli.2000.27.2.316 fatcat:htaffl6jkngjfcfl5rdvtv4f2y
Viewpoints in Teaching and Learning
The factors studied were length of phonological units, patterns of structure, movables and subordination, as well as the relationship be- tween the structure of oral language and the variables of age, ... Increased use of common patterns of structure, of movables, of elements of subor- dination, and of fewer short utterances as well as ability to vary fixed slots and movables appeared to be indications ...
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was part of the research achievements of the Project "Corpus-driven Studies of the Cultivation of Rhetorical Language Competence in English Writing" (16SA0107), supported by Scientific ... items as well as that of using language rhetorically. 1. ... those who can properly use the advanced language skills can perform well in the less advanced ones. ...doi:10.17507/jltr.0903.18 fatcat:yfl5amqni5g7zhfs7eofo2m56a
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