Co-Occurrence Patterns in the Voynich Manuscript

01/27/2016
by   Torsten Timm, et al.
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The Voynich Manuscript is a medieval book written in an unknown script. This paper studies the distribution of similarly spelled words in the Voynich Manuscript. It shows that the distribution of words within the manuscript is not compatible with natural languages.

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