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The Buckeye corpus of conversational speech: labeling conventions and a test of transcriber reliability
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This paper describes the Buckeye corpus of spontaneous American English speech, a 307,000-word corpus containing the speech of 40 talkers from central Ohio, USA. Expand
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Word-internal /t,d/ deletion in spontaneous speech: Modeling the effects of extra-linguistic, lexical, and phonological factors
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The deletion of word-internal alveolar stops in spontaneous English speech is a variation phenomenon that has not previously been investigated. Expand
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The Indeterminacy/Attestation Model of Metathesis
This paper addresses three key observations relating to crosslinguistic patterns of metathesis. First, the order of sounds resulting from metathesis can differ from language to language such that aExpand
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A CROSS-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF STOP PLACE PERCEPTION
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Perceptual salience may motivate phonological processes such as consonant place assimilation in Korean and American English. Expand
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Looking through opacity
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Comparative Markedness deals with alternations which are problematic for classical Optimality Theory such as counterfeeding opacity. Expand
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Metathesis in phonological theory: the case of Leti: the case of Leti
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  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • 1 April 1998
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This paper examines two types of metathesis in the Austronesian language Leti. Expand
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Language specific markedness: The case of place of articulation
Hume, Elizabeth. 2003. Language Specific Markedness: The Case of Place of Articulation. Studies in Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology. In this paper I draw on evidence from familiar criteria forExpand
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