Descriptive adequacy is a quality measure for the evaluation of linguistic theories. A theory attains a higher level of descriptive adequacy if it can handle more natural language data from more languages.The assessment of a theory's descriptive adequacy obviously is closely related to what counts as 'good' natural language data, and hence to the concepts of grammaticality and well-formedness.
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