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Using hybridization networks to retrace the evolution of Indo-European languages
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Today, computer methods are enabling phylogenetic trees to transform genetics, historical linguistics and even the archaeological study of artefact shapes and styles. But which phylogenetic methods are best suited to retracing the evolution of languages?
Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages [Hardback]
And which types of language data are most informative about deep prehistory? In this book, leading specialists engage with these key questions. Essential reading for linguists, geneticists and archaeologists, these studies demonstrate how phylogenetic tools are illuminating previously intractable questions about language prehistory.
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Peter Forster , Colin Renfrew. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research , - halaman. Evolutionary 'phylogenetic' trees were first used to infer lost histories nearly two centuries ago by manuscript scholars reconstructing original texts. Today, computer methods are enabling phylogenetic trees to transform genetics, historical linguistics and even the archaeological study of artefact shapes and styles. But which phylogenetic methods are best suited to retracing the evolution of languages? And which types of language data are most informative about deep prehistory?
In this book, leading specialists engage with these key questions.
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