linguistic rule

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Noun1.linguistic rule - (linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice
concept, conception, construct - an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
linguistics - the scientific study of language
linguistic universal, universal - (linguistics) a grammatical rule (or other linguistic feature) that is found in all languages
grammatical rule, rule of grammar - a linguistic rule for the syntax of grammatical utterances
morphological rule, rule of morphology - a linguistic rule for the formation of words
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In other words, a prescriptive linguistic rule can be understood as a descriptive linguistic rule paired with a set of emotive dispositions towards it.
For example, a fuzzy linguistic rule may declare a policy that:
Three-objective genetics-based machine learning for linguistic rule extraction.
But the new study suggests that the truth behind word frequency is less universal than Zipf asserted and has more to do with the author's linguistic ability than any over-arching linguistic rule.
The history of sign language, like the history of Black English, Welsh or Gaelic, to name just a few, is a reminder of how linguistic rules easily turn to linguistic rule.
Terms such as herbicide, insecticide, and infanticide illustrate the linguistic rule that, by adding to a noun the Latin suffix -cide, we identify the living thing killed.
41) This is not overshadowed by the remark --in paragraph 199 of the Investigations-- that one person cannot follow a linguistic rule just once.
The experience of operators working with the process allows finding the fuzzy controller structure and the linguistic rule base.
Techniques such as recurrent neural networks and sequence-to-sequence mapping are enabling greater accuracy in text analytics without requiring linguistic rules to be written, which saves time.
The discussion touches on the nature of inner speech, how inner speech violates the linguistic rules of ordinary language, when inner speech originates in the child, and its relationship with self and identity.
This process represented a hurdle in applying system to Japanese or any other language as it required dedicated programs correlated to the linguistic rules of the target language.
Yes, data sources are getting broader and deeper, but core components of text analytics such as data preparation, natural language processing, linguistic rules, statistical analysis, etc.