The following are links to some literature for learning more about BMRS.

  • Bhaskar, S., Chandlee, J., Jardine, A., and Oakden, C. (2020). Boolean monadic recursive schemes as a logical characterization of the subsequential functions. In Language and Automata Theory and Applications - LATA 2020, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pg. 157–169. Springer. [pdf;pub link]

  • Chandlee, J. and Jardine, A. (2021). Computational universals in linguistic theory: Using recursive programs for phonological analysis. Language 93:485–519. [pdf;pub link]

  • Jardine, A. and Oakden, C. (to appear). Process-specific constraint effects in BMRS. Linguistic Inquiry. [pdf]

  • McCollum, A. and Jardine, A. (2022). Input- and output-oriented generalizations in Iny ATR harmony. Rutgers University. [lingbuzz]

  • Oakden, C. (2021). Modeling phonological interactions using recursive schemes. PhD thesis, Rutgers University. [pdf]