Zellig Harris

Albert Einstein, Zellig Harris and others letter Zellig Sabbettai Harris (October 23, 1909 – May 22, 1992) was an influential American linguist, mathematical syntactician, and methodologist of science. Originally a Semiticist, he is best known for his work in structural linguistics and discourse analysis and for the discovery of transformational structure in language. These developments from the first 10 years of his career were published within the first 25. His contributions in the subsequent 35 years of his career include transfer grammar, string analysis (adjunction grammar), elementary sentence-differences (and decomposition lattices), algebraic structures in language, operator grammar, sublanguage grammar, a theory of linguistic information, and a principled account of the nature and origin of language. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Harris, Zellig S.
Published 1981
Springer Netherlands

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by Harris, Zellig S.
Published 1970
Springer Netherlands

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by Harris, Zellig, Gottfried, Michael, Ryckman, Thomas, Mattick, Paul
Published 1989
Springer Netherlands