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Constraining the phonology-phonetics interfaces
Carrie Joan Dyck
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Toronto, 1995.
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The notion that phonological features are organized into contrastive hierarchies has been entertained at different times in the history of linguistics. My main focus will be on the motivation for such hierarchies: what principles govern the ordering of the features? I will show that they have been motivated by three different principles: a) Activity: to identify the . Linguistics: An Introduction to Linguistic Theory is a textbook, written for introductory courses in linguistic theory for undergraduate linguistics majors and first-year graduate students, by twelve major figures in the field, each bringing their expertise to one of the core areas of the field - morphology, syntax, semantics, phonetics, phonology, and language acquisition.
Markedness and the Contrastive Hierarchy in Phonology. References. This document contains references cited in the project description. Additional references relating to the project can be found in the following locations: The Contrast Archive is a list of publications and conference presentations that have come out of the project. 3 A sound begins to be articulated before the completing of the articulation of the previous sound. e.g. book [b∑] labialization queen [k˙∑] Although a speech signal is physically continuous, we seem to perceive it as a sequence of discrete entities. BUT: Do we have the right to claim that speech is segmentable if the.
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Constraining the phonology-phonetics interface With exemplification for Spanish and Italian dialects Doctor of Philosophy Carrie Joan Dyck Department of Linguistics University of Toronto ii In this thesis, I address the interrelated issues of phonological underspecification and phonetic specification.
Constraining the Phonology-Phonetics Interface with Exemplification from Spanish and Italian Dialects (PhD thesis). Picking up themes from the previous two chapters, the overarching aim of this chapter is to present a discussion of how constraint-based theories of grammar conceive of the interfaces shared by phonology and other modules of grammar.
What are sometimes referred to as interface phenomena present particular challenges for phonological : Michael Ramsammy. His research interests range from speech disfluencies to speech prosody and its interfaces with syntax and information structure.
He recently edited The Handbook of Japanese Phonetics and Phonology (, De Gruyter Mouton) as well as special issues on pitch accent and geminate consonants in Lingua () and Journal of East Asian Linguistics Author: Haruo Kubozono.
This article reviews some competing conceptions of a discrete interface, and considers the possibility that phonology and phonetics overlap on cognitive and theoretical levels, and superficially, on the empirical level. Additionally, it provides a very general model of the interface that may enable the reader to Constraining the phonology-phonetics interfaces book the overlapping and competing summaries by: We propose that the interface between phonology and phonetics is mediated by a transduction process that converts elementary units of phonological computation, features, into temporally coordinated neuromuscular patterns, called 'True Phonetic Representations', which are directly interpretable by the motor system of speech production.
The papers collected in this volume examine selected aspects of the interaction of phonology with phonetics, morphosyntax and the lexicon in a variety of languages including Korean, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, British English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Dutch and Hawaiian.
which reveal both the multifarious faces and interfaces of. Over-constraining a design will cause the tools to work harder to resolve conflicting or unreasonable requirements with limited resources. Design over-constraint can occur in several different ways.
Some of the most common include simply assigning too many constraints, constraining noncritical portions of the design, andFile Size: KB. The phonology–phonetics interface. In Kleinhenz, Ursula (ed.) Interfaces in phonology. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag. on the relationship between phonetics and phonology.
Chapter 3 then provides some evidence that supports for the non-radical view on the relation between phonetics and phonology, pointing out inherent problems of the other two radical views on it.
In favor of the non-radical position, a principle about phonology-phonetics interfaceFile Size: KB. Journals & Books; Register Advanced. Journal of Phonetics. Vol Issue 1, JanuaryPages Regular Article. Phonetic alignment constraints: consonant overlap and palatalization in English and Russian.
Author links and Igbo vowels: an approach to the phonology/phonetics interface. Language, 73 (), pp. Google Cited by: Keating, P. (b) The phonology-phonetics interface. In F. Newmeyer (ed.) The Cambridge Linguistic Survey, vol. I: Linguistic Theory: Foundations Not available online, but author (p)reprint in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics is available from here.
This textbook is an introduction to generative phonology for undergraduate students. It falls naturally into two parts. The first part takes the reader from phonemic analysis to the standard model of generative phonology. An interlude raises a series of questions about the standard model, which the second part seeks to address.
Constraining the phonology–phonetics interface, with exemplification from Spanish and Italian dialects. PhD dissertation, University of Toronto. Hayata, Teruhiro ().
Non-abstract vowel harmony in Manchu. This collection of papers by an international group of authors honors Jonathan Kaye's contributions to phonology by expanding some of Kaye's ideas to a variety of theoretical topics and languages.
The set of ideas discussed or used in this collection includes: empty categories, licensing relationships and constraints, a restrictive two-levelled approach to phonology 5/5(1). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Phonetics, Phonology Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
Field work studies provide fresh insights into the structure of phonological features, and the phonology-phonetics interface is investigated in phonetic research involving both segments and prosody, while the role of underspecification is put to the test in automatic speech recognition.
--This text refers to the Hardcover : Ecolinguist. Table of Contents. Chapter 1 Introduction SJ Hannahs and Anna Bosch Chapter 2 Optimality Theory: Motivations and perspectives Pavel Iosad Chapter 3 Current issues and directions in Optimality Theory —Constraints and their interaction Martin Krämer Chapter 4 The phonology–phonetics interface in constraint-based grammar Michael Ramsammy Chapter 5.
Phonology - the study of how the sounds of speech are represented in our minds - is one of the core areas of linguistic theory. This handbook brings together the world's leading experts in phonology to present a comprehensive and detailed overview of the field.5/5(1).A different phonology-phonetics interface.
As if these differences were not enough, generativists and naturalists differ sharply on the ‘locus’ of the interface between categorical and noncategorical representation.
In the generativist view, phonetic interpretation occurs only after the categorical phonologicalFile Size: KB.Books shelved as phonology: Problem Book in Phonology: A Workbook for Introductory Courses in Linguistics and in Modern Phonology by Morris Halle, Proto.