|[3 earlier articles]|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development email@example.com (Marco van de Voort) (2001-11-25)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development firstname.lastname@example.org (GenericInfoService) (2001-11-25)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development email@example.com (Joachim Durchholz) (2001-11-29)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development firstname.lastname@example.org (Lex Spoon) (2001-11-29)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development TanjBennett@hotmail.com (Tanj) (2001-12-11)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development email@example.com (2001-12-15)|
|Re: chomsky and compiler development JeffKenton@mediaone.net (Jeff Kenton) (2002-01-03)|
|From:||Jeff Kenton <JeffKenton@mediaone.net>|
|Date:||3 Jan 2002 15:35:33 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||03 Jan 2002 15:35:33 EST|
"Edward G. Nilges" wrote:
> "GenericInfoService" <GenericInfoService@yahoo.com> wrote
> > Is anyone familiar with how Chomsky's Universal Grammar impacted the
> > development of modern computer compilers?
> However, in 1994, I asked Professor Chomsky about this issue in an
> online conference conducted by Z magazine, and he denied any
> association between his work and that of computer language
Perhaps he feels that way. But, I know at least one PhD linguistists major
who went into computer language design.
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