Chapter VI: Grammar components and their numerical equivalencies

A ‘’synonym’’ (e.g. ‘’fascinating and interesting’’) can be seen, mathematically as an abstract, unknown correlation coefficient[i] such as a, b, or, c[ii]  (non-numerical value) or as an indicator of the strength of similarity between two words.

This is very useful, because we can measure the effect of linguistic use when observing a random conversation.

[i] Stats

[ii] Constants

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