### Table 2. Well-formedness

"... In PAGE 4: ... The subtyping and typing rules of OO are given in ta- bles 1 and 3. The rules for well-formedness of contexts and types are given in Table2 . These are needed because there are types with terms as subexpressions, namely the class types.... ..."

### Table 3: Well-formedness of sorts.

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### Table 6: Partial correlation between acceptability and neighborhood reliability, controlling for phonological well-formedness Class Correlation Significance

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"... In PAGE 16: ... Therefore, we can use these to perform a partial correlation, factoring out one variable (phonological well-formedness) and then testing for a correlation between the remaining variables (morphological acceptability and the neighborhood relia- bilities).The results of this partial correlation are given in Table6 . By comparing Table 6 with the simple correlations in Table 5, we see that even though a very small amount of the variation goes away when we factor out phonological well-formedness, the bulk of the effect cannot be dismissed in this way.... ..."

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### Table 2. Well-formedness rules. A1 A2 B C

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### Table 3: Example equations and sub-expressions used in examining well-formedness.

"... In PAGE 4: ... These act as fillers. See Table3 for examples. The equations consisted of be- tween twelve and fourteen characters, and each of the sub- expressions contained between four and six characters (the average for well-formed sub-expressions was 4.... ..."

### Table 3: Example equations and sub-expressions used in examining well-formedness.

"... In PAGE 4: ... These act as fillers. See Table3 for examples. The equations consisted of be- tween twelve and fourteen characters, and each of the sub- expressions contained between four and six characters (the average for well-formed sub-expressions was 4.... ..."

### Table 2 Well-formedness predicates: turnstileleftp wf P and turnstilelefts wf P .

### Table 6. Redundancy for a sentence well-formedness problem computed with the quadratic error measure (S), and the complexity term (C). Redundancy

"... In PAGE 13: ... Let us examine values of redundancy. Table6 shows values of redundancy computed with the standard error function and the complexity term. For the standard error function, values of redundancy are very small and decrease as the number of hidden units increases.... ..."

### Table S. pe activity level of connections for a sentence well-formedness problem computed with the quadratic error measure (SI. and the complexity term 0. Activity level of connections

### Table 2.2: Summary of correctness conditions for di erent types of memories. This is the same condition as our well-formedness condition (def. 2.3). An execution that is Weak but not Locally Consistent is shown in Figure 2.10. A memory is Weak i it permits Weak computations only.

1993

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