Applicative Universal Grammar
Applicative Universal Grammar, or AUG, is a universal semantic metalanguage intended for studying the semantic processes in particular languages. This is a linguistic theory that views the formation of phrase in a form that is analogous to function application in an applicative programming language.
- Combinatory logic
- Lambda calculus
- Functional programming
- Applicative programming language
- Applicative computing systems
- Shaumyan S. A Semiotic Theory of Language. -- Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1987
- Shaumyan S. Applicative grammar as a semantic theory of natural language. -- University of Chicago Press, 1977.
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