This is a brief descriptive and explanatory paper about the use of the computer in Asian linguistic studies. Schemes for the use of autocovariance and fast Fourier transforms are presented, with their application to the question of literary structure and author identification. These results suggest that changes in the scale of resolution of the analyses could furnish the basis for the description of the human information emitter.
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Computation In Linguistics(
Indiana University Press,
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Inference and Disputed Authorship: The Federalists(
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company,
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