By Kenneth Krohn, John L. Rhodes, Michael A. Arbib
The e-book is an built-in exposition of the algebraic, and particularly semigroup-theoretic, method of machines and languages. it's designed to hold the reader from the straightforward conception all of the approach to hitherto unpublished examine effects.
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Philadelphia, PA: University of Philadelphia Press. Zamora Vicente, A. (1967). ). Madrid: Gredos. Syntactic change in Portuguese and Spanish Divergent and parallel patterns of linguistic splitting Ana Maria Martins University of Lisbon (CLUL/FLUL) This chapter describes two cases of divergent syntactic change between Portuguese and Spanish, namely clitic placement and post-nominal algum/ alguno. While both changes feature instances of linguistic splitting from a former unity during the Middle Ages, they nevertheless exhibit different patterns of development, illustrating what the author calls the ‘inverted-Y’ and the ‘I’ patterns of change.
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171) b. Ferrand Gonçalez con el poder echolo de tierra Ferrand Gonçalez with the power laid-him to ground ‘Ferrand Goçalez with all the power laid him down to the ground’. (Spanish, 13th century. Cf. Granberg, 1988, p. 187) Syntactic change in Portuguese and Spanish b. El rey lo ha uedado the king it has forbiden ‘The King forbade it’. (Menéndez Pidal, 1980, pp. 1159, 910 (lines 3593, 42)) (7) a. e agora llaman le Barcilona and now call-3pl it Barcilona ‘Nowadays, it is called Barcilona’.
Algebraic Theory of Machines, Languages and Semigroups by Kenneth Krohn, John L. Rhodes, Michael A. Arbib