Geometric representations of language taxonomies

Blanchard P, Petroni F, Serva M, Volchenkov D (2011)
Computer Speech & Language 25(3): 679-699.

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A Markov chain analysis of a network generated by the matrix of lexical distances allows for representing complex relationships between different languages in a language family geometrically, in terms of distances and angles. The fully automated method for construction of language taxonomy is tested on a sample of fifty languages of the Indo-European language group and applied to a sample of fifty languages of the Austronesian language group. The Anatolian and Kurgan hypotheses of the Indo-European origin and the 'express train' model of the Polynesian origin are thoroughly discussed. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Computer Speech & Language
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25
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679-699
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Blanchard P, Petroni F, Serva M, Volchenkov D. Geometric representations of language taxonomies. Computer Speech & Language. 2011;25(3):679-699.
Blanchard, P., Petroni, F., Serva, M., & Volchenkov, D. (2011). Geometric representations of language taxonomies. Computer Speech & Language, 25(3), 679-699. doi:10.1016/j.csl.2010.05.003
Blanchard, P., Petroni, F., Serva, M., and Volchenkov, D. (2011). Geometric representations of language taxonomies. Computer Speech & Language 25, 679-699.
Blanchard, P., et al., 2011. Geometric representations of language taxonomies. Computer Speech & Language, 25(3), p 679-699.
P. Blanchard, et al., “Geometric representations of language taxonomies”, Computer Speech & Language, vol. 25, 2011, pp. 679-699.
Blanchard, P., Petroni, F., Serva, M., Volchenkov, D.: Geometric representations of language taxonomies. Computer Speech & Language. 25, 679-699 (2011).
Blanchard, Philippe, Petroni, F., Serva, M., and Volchenkov, Dimitry. “Geometric representations of language taxonomies”. Computer Speech & Language 25.3 (2011): 679-699.