Mathematics of Language and Linguistics

- Syllabus
- Survey
- Homework 1
- Homework 2
- Set-theoretic Equalities Handout
**Revised**Homework 3- Homework 4
- Laws of Statement Logic Handout
- Rules of Inference Handout
- Homework 5
- Homework 6
- Homework 7
- Laws and Rules of Predicate Logic
- Homework 8
- Homework 9
- Homework 10
- Homework 11
- Homework 12
- Poetry Handout
- Take-Home Final

- Chapter 1. Overview (1/10/06)
- Chapter 2. Language (1/10/06)
- Chapter 3. Set Theory (1/17/06)
- First half of Chapter 4. Sentential Logic (1/24/06)
- Second half of Chapter 4. Sentential Logic (1/30/06)
- Chapter 5. Predicate Logic (2/12/06)
- Chapter 6. Formal Language Theory (2/27/06)
- Chapter 7. Probability Theory (4/3/06)
- Chapter 8. Probabilistic Language Models (4/10/06)
- Whole manuscript. Parts are very rough and/or not yet written (4/10/06).

- Interesting dialect survey data
- Free SIL IPA font. This is useful for drawing the special characters for sounds if you use a typical Mac or Windows word processor.
- Free TIPA IPA font for LaTeX users.
- Style sheet for doing proofs for LaTeX users.
- JFLAP: a wonderful
**free**tool for playing with finite automata, though the formalism is a little different from our text. (You may need to install Java on Windows machines separately.) - Graphviz: Nice
**free**graph visualization software. You can use this to create pretty FSAs and lots of other stuff. - Finomaton:
**free**software for drawing FSAs for LaTeX users. - R: a very nice
**free**tool for playing with statistics and probability. This is very powerful software...not for the faint of heart.

Mike Hammond