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Rethinking multilingual processing

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Abstract

This contribution has four parts: in the first part, existing models of multilingual processing are presented and some of their main characteristics are discussed. In the second part, the Dynamic Systems Theory is presented in brief followed by a discussion what this means for our traditional way of looking at multilingual processing. In the third part, the requirements for a dynamic model are sketched. Finally, the relation between multilingualism and a dynamic systems approach is discussed.

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