Linguistic Forms, Properties, and Efficient Signaling
The previous chapter proposed an efficiency-complexity hypothesis and presented three general principles that will give substance to it: Minimize Domains, Minimize Forms, and Maximize On-line Processing. This chapter defines these principles and associated sub-principles, discusses their respective motivations, and illustrates the kinds of preferences and dispreferences that they predict.
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