Prague Theory Summary and Prospect
Prague theory is the summary of <Quantum Theory for Language> at present.
Prague theory has verified the following theories, principles, rules and terms in the papers.
Quantum of language
Time principle of language
Reversion principle of language
Additional meaning element
Guarantee of language
Structure of prayer
Model simplified level
<Quantum Theory for Language> has aimed at the research of language universals.
The theory is abbreviated to QTL.
In the QTL, the model of the theory is important role for the common bases of the research.
Model simplified level is a model of the theory. But it is incomplete at present.
The model is abbreviated to MSL.
In MSL, the situation of language is aiming at digitization for wider use of language phenomena in our daily life.
One application use of MSL is making an automatic generating language machine.
The machine is abbreviated to AGLM.
For instance, AGLM is probably useful to the handicapped people by language.
One problem of <Quantum Theory for Language> at this stage is digitization of <meaning element>.
The element is abbreviated to ME.
ME consists of <inherent figure>s in the theory of QTL.
The figure is abbreviated to IF.
The concept of IF is originated from ancient Chinese inscriptions on bone and tortoiseshell.
The inscription is abbreviated to CIBT.
The number of CIBT is finite.
IF originated from CIBT is also finite.
The problem of QTL is replaced to the digitization of IF.
In QTL, <meaning element> of quantum is generated from the combination of IF at first.
Secondarily <additional meaning element> is generated from <distance>.
IF is derived from the real world of our daily life. The total number of IF is finite.
Now the construction of inner IF should be researched.
IF is the key of the meaning, the most difficult theme of our language.
Prague theory of <Quantum Theory for Language> is the succession of Linguistic circle of Prague, especially from Karcevskij.
Tokyo October 9, 2004