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June 16, 2022, 3:34 p.m. | /u/Choricius

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Hi! Is there anyone who could provide me a clear explanation of the reason why finite-state automata are not adequate for illustrating a natural language grammar? In particular I'm referring to Chomsky, 1957 ("Three models for the description of language"). I found it hard to understand the mathematical explanation at the beginning: any advice or recommended bibliography?

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