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Planetary systems as ordered sequences

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Planets belonging to the same system are related: formed from the same protoplanetary disk around the same star, and in general, size-ordered, with correlated radii and dynamically organized spacing. As a consequence, the individual planets in a system inform upon each other, and upon their yet-unobserved siblings. We apply the techniques of natural language processing to the problems of (i) understanding the intrinsic exoplanet multiplicity distribution; and (ii) classifying planets into maximally informative categories, analogous to parts of speech.

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