Markov substitute processes : a new model for linguistics and beyond

03/25/2016
by   Olivier Catoni, et al.
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We introduce Markov substitute processes, a new model at the crossroad of statistics and formal grammars, and prove its main property : Markov substitute processes with a given support form an exponential family.

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