Technology and Grammar
emory2oo2 at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 16 08:51:14 EDT 2002
I was rethinking some of the findings by Rod Decker on the
use of the Present and Aorist in GMark. It appeared, although
I could be wrong, that Rod conducted this research the old
fashion way. Which got me thinking in yet another direction.
Are there efforts underway, now that most of the Greek literature
has been reduced to electronic form, to analyze Greek grammar,
I suppose as we continue studying Greek for the next several
decades, that we will discover more and more grammatical "rules."
I would think that we could discover trends and "rules" much quicker
if we put some computers to work for us. Does anyone know of a
organization or publication that is dedicated to such an undertaking?
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