ENTROPIC EVIDENCE FOR LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE IN THE INDUS SCRIPT PDF

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The script of the ancient Indus civilization remains undeciphered. The hypothesis that the script encodes language has recently been questioned. Here, we present evidence for the linguistic hypothesis by showing that the script's conditional entropy is closer to those of natural languages than various types of nonlinguistic systems.

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Entropic Evidence for Linguistic Structure in the Indus Script

The script of the ancient Indus civilization remains undeciphered. The hypothesis that the script encodes language has recently been questioned. Here, we present evidence for the linguistic hypothesis by showing that the script's conditional entropy is closer to those of natural languages than various types of nonlinguistic systems. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search.

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Entropic evidence for linguistic structure in the Indus script.

A recent publication Rajesh P. Rao, Nisha Yadav, Mayank N. Vahia, Hrishikesh Joglekar, R. Adhikari, and Iravatham Mahadevan, " Entropic Evidence for Linguistic Structure in the Indus Script ", Science , published online 23 April ; also supporting online material claims a breakthrough in understanding the nature of the symbols found in inscriptions from the Indus Valley Civilization. We computed the conditional entropies of five types of known natural linguistic systems […], four types of nonlinguistic systems […], and an artificially-created linguistic system […]. We compared these conditional entropies with the conditional entropy of Indus inscriptions from a well-known concordance of Indus texts.

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Rajesh P. Rao 49 Estimated H-index: Estimated H-index: 8. Estimated H-index: 7. Find in Lib. Add to Collection. The script of the ancient Indus civilization remains undeciphered.

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