Intelligent linguistic architectures : varations on themes by Ronald M. Kaplan


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BUTT, Miriam, ed., Mary DALRYMPLE, ed., Tracy Holloway KING, ed., 2006. Intelligent linguistic architectures : varations on themes by Ronald M. Kaplan. Stanford, Californien:CSLI Publications. ISBN 1-57586-532-7

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