Language origin and the effects of individuals' popularity
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摘要The emergence of a compositional language with a simple grammar and the effects of individuals' popularity on the phylogeny of language are studied based on a multi-agent computational model. In this model, a bottom-up syntactic development is traced, in which the global syntax in sentences is gradually formed from local sequential information. Assuming that the popularity of individuals follows a power-law distribution, we demonstrate that a common language can emerge efficiently only for certain power-law distributions and that these distributions could also be formed as a result of the language phylogeny. © 2006 IEEE.
著者Gong T., Minett J.W., Wang W.S.-Y.
會議名稱2006 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, CEC 2006
會議開始日16.07.2006
會議完結日21.07.2006
會議地點Vancouver, BC
會議國家/地區加拿大
詳細描述organized by IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, IEEE Evolutionary Programming Society, IEEE International Neural Network Society,
出版年份2006
月份12
日期1
頁次999 - 1006
國際標準書號0780394879
語言英式英語

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