In response to the need for reliable results from natural language processing, this
book presents an original way of decomposing a language(s) in a microscopic
manner by means of intra/inter‑language norms and divergences, going
progressively from languages as systems to the linguistic, mathematical and
computational models, which being based on a constructive approach are
inherently traceable. Languages are described with their elements aggregating or
repelling each other to form viable interrelated micro‑systems. The abstract
model, which contrary to the current state of the art works in intension, is
exploitable for all sorts of applications where only the elements which are useful
are assembled in the micro‑systems needed to solve the problem in hand.
Numerous definitions, schemata and examples involving many languages make
the book accessible to students as well as academics and industrial researchers
looking for new theories and methodologies for representations and problem
solving wherever language and quality meet.