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Query Subject:   Computational Linguistics/Semantics Question from a Student
Author:   Elizabeth Winkler
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Computational Linguistics

Query:   Hi Folks,

I have received the following query from one of my students. I lack the knowledge to answer the question. If you have any answer or readings I could direct him to, I would appreciate it.
Elizabeth Winkler


Dr. Winkler,

Would you happen to know what computational linguists have to say on the Transmitter vs. Receiver Oriented language topic? For example, is there a structural difference between the two that is detectable by algorithm?

Also, how well do humans differentiate the two? How well do speakers of different languages do so?

Just wondering,

Bryan Knowles
LL Issue: 24.2366
Date posted: 10-Jun-2013



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