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recursive categorical syntax
also called "algebraic syntax" and has one more synonym

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  1. also sometimes called algebraic syntax, is an algebraic theory of syntax developed by Michael Brame as an alternative to transformational-generative grammar

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  2. a theory of how natural languages are structured

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  3. a type of dependency grammar, and is related to link grammars

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  4. Brame formulated an algebra, (technically a non-associative groupoid with inverses) of lexical items (words and phrases), or lexes for short

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