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Probability for Linguists

Probability is the branch of mathematics concerned with describing the relative likelihood of things. Probabilitic methods have proven fruitful in characterizing patterns in natural language. Here are some starting points for teaching yourself the math.

-- BillMcNeill - 21 Jan 2005

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