Selected linguistics links:
- Mark Aronoff’s article on language and linguistics on Scholarpedia (a peer-reviewed Wikipedia)
- Glottopedia – a Wikipedia for linguists
Completely different stuff:
- My Erdős number is 4:
- Aronov, B.; Erdős, P.; Goddard, W.; Kleitman, D. J.; Klugerman, M.; Pach, J.; Schulman, L. J. Crossing families. Combinatorica 14 (1994), no. 2, 127-134.
- Agarwal, Pankaj K.; Aggarwal, Alok; Aronov, B.; Kosaraju, S. Rao; Schieber, Baruch; Suri, Subhash Computing external farthest neighbors for a simple polygon. First Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (Montreal, PQ, 1989). Discrete Appl. Math. 31 (1991), no. 2, 97-111.
- Joshi, A. K.; Kosaraju, S. R.; Yamada, H. M. String adjunct grammars. I. Local and distributed adjunction. Information and Control 21 (1972), 93-116.
- Shen, L.; Champollion, L.; Joshi, A.K. LTAG-spinal and the Treebank: A new resource for incremental, dependency and semantic parsing. Language Resources and Evaluation, 42 (2008), no. 1, 1-19.
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