Sunday 23 June 2013

Memory of Hakuba and Quantum Theory for Language

Memory of Hakuba 
Quantum Theory for Language
 In 2003, I had thought the structure of language that is consists of the isolated characters that never changes by the tense or the modal. Each part is the solid condition and only sequences determine the variety of meaning. In August 2003 at Hakuba, Nagano, I found that if the parts be spheres and they be floating in the space, the situation of sequence is free and it can get infinite variety. Thus I could shown the primitive structure of language model. It was named "Quantum Theory for Language".

February 17, 2011

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