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Linear conjunctive grammars are conjunctive grammars in which the body of each conjunct contains no more than a single nonterminal symbol. They can at the same time be thought of as a special case of conjunctive grammars and as a generalization of linear context-free grammars that provides an explicit intersection operation. Although the set of languages generated by these grammars is known to include many important noncontext-free languages, linear conjunctive languages are still alldoi:10.1016/s0304-3975(02)00543-1 fatcat:j52rv3xahrg4rpqrs3xl3amwri