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Language networks: Their structure, function, and evolution

AutorSolé, Ricard V. ; Corominas-Murtra, Bernat; Valverde, Sergi ; Steels, Luc
Palabras claveLanguage
Neural networks
Complex networks
Fecha de publicación2005
EditorSanta Fe Institute
CitaciónSFI Working-Paper: 12-042 (2005)
ResumenSeveral important recent advances in various sciences (particularly biology and physics) are based on complex network analysis, which provides tools for characterising statistical properties of networks and explaining how they may arise. This article examines the relevance of this trend for the study of human languages. We review some early efforts to build up language networks, characterise their properties, and show in which direction models are being developed to explain them. These insights are relevant, both for studying fundamental unsolved puzzles in cognitive science, in particular the origins and evolution of language, but also for recent data-driven statistical approaches to natural language.
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