%A Prakash Mondal %J Research in Computing Science %T Exploring the N-th Dimension of Language %X This paper is aimed at exploring the hidden fundamental computational property of natural language that has been so elusive that it has made all attempts to characterize its real computational property ultimately fail. Earlier natural language was thought to be context-free. However, it was gradually realized that this does not hold much water given that a range of natural language phenomena have been found as being of non-context-free character that they have almost scuttled plans to brand natural language contextfree. So it has been suggested that natural language is mildly context-sensitive and to some extent context-free. In all, it seems that the issue over the exact computational property has not yet been solved. Against this background it will be proposed that this exact computational property of natural language is perhaps the N-th dimension of language, if what we mean by dimension is nothing but universal (computational) property of natural language. %K Hidden fundamental variable; natural language; context-free; computational property; N-th dimension of language. %P 55-66 %E Alexander Gelbukh %V 46 %D 2010 %I Instituto Polit?cnico Nacional (IPN) %L cogprints8026