Like many other brain productions, language is a complex tool that helps individuals to communicate with each other. Many studies from computational linguistics aim to exhibit and understand the structures and content production. At present, a large list of contributions can describe and manage it with different levels of precision and applicability, but there is still a requirement for generative purposes. This paper is focused on stating the roots to understand language production from a combination of entropy and fractals. It is part of a larger work on seven rules that are intended to help build sentences automatically, in the context of dialogs with humans. As part of the scope of this paper, a set of dialogs are outlined and pre-processed. Three of the thermodynamic rules of language production are introduced and applied. Also, the communication implications and statistical evaluation are presented. From the results, a final analysis suggests that the exploration of fractals explanations of the entropy and entropy perspectives could provide a prospective insight for automatic sentence generation in natural language.
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