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10 Mar context-sensitive

A type of grammar that is more restrictive than context-free grammar. In addition to the formal syntax of the language (structure, semantics, or meaning that is inherent in words, phrases, sentences and larger), context impacts the applicability of syntactic rules. The more context it takes to understand the syntax of the sentence and thus interpret it correctly, the more difficult it is to develop an algorithm that will provide robust interpretation.
Keywords: recursive
References: chaos
fuzzy logic
natural language

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