artificial language

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best known of the artificial languages dating from that period.
(17) As Rhodri Lewis points out, Wilkins's artificial language "could justifiably claim to be less arbitrary than conventional languages", even though "the Essay's lexis is based on arbitrarily imposed radicals and grammatical marks", as there is "some sort of natural relations between the parts of Wilkins's projected linguistic signs" (Lewis 2007: 166).
And while there are voice-recognition systems that are available in a wide range of automobiles today, this user interface is one that is essentially predicated on something that can be considered "artificial language," inasmuch as there is a set pattern that must be followed in order for the system to "understand" what is being said.
As part of the European research project Alear (Artificial Language Evolution on Autonomous Robots), Dr Manfred Hild and his team at the NRL are examining the way autonomous robots move.
the ostensible and artificial language of that prudence which [etc.];
Along with More, Wilkins, and George Dalgarno, he attempted to create an artificial language, published first in A Common Writing in 1646 and then again with his innovative universal phonetic alphabet in the Philosophical Transactions in 1686.
Michael Cysouw's thoughtful commentary confirms, in my opinion, that the fields of language typology and artificial language evolution can mutually benefit from each other.
Communication between distinct cultures is possible, Leibniz thought, through a universal artificial language to complement the natural languages of the world.
Although most people knew that Esperanto was an artificial language developed to allow the different nationalities to communicate without feeling they were being in anyway unpatriotic by learning the language of a rival country, very few people had ever actually heard it, let alone seen it written down.
One of our classmates didn't have Twi as his first language, and passages like the one I have quoted above, with their formal expressions in Akuapem Twi (not the Akyem Twi he heard regularly) and their quaint imitation of poetry, (can you see that the words rhyme?) were an artificial language that bore no resemblance whatsoever to the everyday vocabulary he was struggling to acquire.
The Danes picked Volapak as their dominant language-an artificial language of the 1880s supposed to be easy, but eclipsed by Esperanto.
The book is nicely structured, beginning with a necessary introduction to the meaning of "artificial language," the different methods proposed for creating one, and the theorists advocating for its creation.
Dr Lazarus Zamenhof invented the artificial language Esperanto in 1878.
Research on speech segmentation has indicated that, when facing the problem of segmenting a novel speech stream, be it an unfamiliar or artificial language, the individuals use the patterns from their own maternal language and apply them to the new stimuli (Cutler et al, 1986; Johnson & Jusczyk, 2001; Sanders & Neville, 2000; Vroomen et al.