Preliminary Discussion Forum for the 3rd MIC Sorbonne workshop (Paris, Nov. 15-16, 2012)

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#1 01/10/12 15:40

Wlodarczyk A
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Interactive Linguistics + Distributed Grammar

Interactive Linguistic methods need pre-established interdisciplinary meta-theoretical knowledge as well as initial theoretical assumptions for describing language (corpus) data symbolically.

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     The MIC (Meta-Informative Centering) theory together with AS (Associative Semantics) seem to be a good theoretical framework for interactive research.

     As a matter of fact, the foundations of [Distributed Grammar], an integrative framework for MIC and AS, are been elaborated partly interactively using data mining functions which are implemented in [Semana].


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