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- Daniel M. Albro
- 1998

This paper proposes an expansion of set of primitive constraints available within the Primitive Optimality Theory framework (Eisner, 1997a). This expansion consists of the addition of a new family of constraints—existential implica-tional constraints, which allow the specification of faithfulness constraints that can be satisfied at a distance—and the… (More)

, employs a finite state machine to represent the set of active candidates at each stage of an Optimality Theoretic derivation, as well as weighted finite state machines to represent the constraints themselves. For some purposes, however, it would be convenient if the set of candidates were limited by some set of criteria capable of being described only in… (More)

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