The meaning-frequency law in Zipfian optimization models of communication

25 Sep 2014Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho

According to Zipf's meaning-frequency law, words that are more frequent tend to have more meanings. Here it is shown that a linear dependency between the frequency of a form and its number of meanings is found in a family of models of Zipf's law for word frequencies... (read more)

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