Adamantios I. Gafos

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1 I wish to thank three anonymous reviewers for valuable feedback and Michael Kenstowicz for detailed comments which have been extremely helpful in improving this paper. I am grateful to Jeffrey Heath without whose work on Moroccan Arabic and his generous assistance with my questions this work would not have been possible; and to Louis Goldstein for(More)
Competing proposals on the syllabification of initial consonants in Moroccan Arabic are evaluated using a combination of experimental and modelling techniques. The proposed model interprets an input syllable structure as a set of articulatory landmarks coordinated in time. This enables the simulation of temporal patterns associated with the input syllable(More)
Competing proposals on the syllabification of initial consonants in Moroccan Arabic are evaluated using a combination of experimental and modelling techniques. The proposed model interprets an input syllable structure as a set of articulatory landmarks coordinated in time. This enables the simulation of temporal patterns associated with the input syllable(More)