Recognition of Syntactic Structure by Computer

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A computer program has been designed to simulate the process by which humans recognize the syntactic structure of sentences.

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BRATLEY, P., DEWAR, H. & THORNE, J. Recognition of Syntactic Structure by Computer. Nature 216, 969–973 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1038/216969a0

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