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Theoretical aspects of Kashaya phonology and morphology
Preface Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Segmental representations 3. Segmental processes 4. Constraint-triggered rules 5. Metrical phonology 6. Mora and syllable structure 7. Organization of theExpand
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A GENERATIVE THEORY OF RHYME : AN OPTIMALITY APPROACH
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On the Learning of Arbitrary Phonological Rules
It has been suggested that language learners prefer phonologically natural patterns over unnatural ones (McCarthy & Prince, 1995; Tesar & Smolensky, 1993, 2000). Various researchers have citedExpand
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Locality in metrical typology*
  • E. Buckley
  • Computer Science
  • Phonology
  • 19 November 2009
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We propose a constraint-based approach to metrical typology that permits only strictly local formulations. Expand
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Iambic Lengthening and Final Vowels
  • E. Buckley
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1 July 1998
En 1995, Hayes a observe que dans les langues presentant un allongement iambique des voyelles dans des syllabes ouvertes en alternance, les voyelles situees a la fin du mot ne parviennent pas aExpand
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Alignment in Manam Stress
  • E. Buckley
  • Mathematics
  • Linguistic Inquiry
  • 1 July 1998
Derivational analyses of Manam stress, in particular that of Halle and Kenstowicz (1991), employ abstract intermediate representations to account for the interaction of the basic right-to-leftExpand
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Tigrinya Root Consonants and the OCP
ing away from the reduplicated part of the stem, these verbs are derived from triliterals such as /?rm/, and are assimilable to the large class of triliteral roots more typically realized as in (6).Expand
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Edge-in association and OCP 'violations' in Tigrinya
In an electric motor unit, a spindle is rotatably supported by bearing sections of a dynamic-pressure type, and is floated along its axis by a magnetic thrust bearing. At the bearing sections, airExpand
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Emergent vowels in Tigrinya templates
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Recent arguments in the phonological literature favor treating the root-and-template patterns of Semitic morphology not by means of an abstract consonantal root, as in traditional standard approaches, but rather by deriving new forms from full surface strings (containing ordered consonants and vowels and prosodic structure). Expand
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On the Naturalness of Unnatural Rules
In the 1970’s the approach of Natural Phonology focused on the observation that phonetically motivated (“natural”) processes are common in the phonologies of the world’s languages, while phoneticallyExpand
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