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Faithfulness and reduplicative identity
1 Workshop at which this work was first presented (Utrecht, June 22-24, 1994). For comments on this material, we are grateful to them and the other workshop participants, especially Austin haveExpand
Prosodic morphology : constraint interaction and satisfaction
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Generalized alignment
among others, for discussion of related work, and to Geert Booij, Abby Cohn, Sharon Inkelas, Chuck Kisseberth, and Orhan Orgun for comments on this paper. Financial support was provided to McCarthyExpand
Formal Problems In Semitic Phonology And Morphology
This paper aims to clarify the role of language in the development of identity and aims to provide a history of language and language pedagogical practices in the United States. Expand
The emergence of the unmarked: Optimality in prosodic morphology
the University of Victoria, UMass, and Rutgers University, particularly to Nora Aion, Akin Akinlabi, Olga Babko-Malaya, Eric Bakovic, Jill Beckman, Jose Benki, Laura Benua, Barry Carlson, MeganExpand
Hidden Generalizations: Phonological Opacity in Optimality Theory
1. Overview of the Issues and the Results 2. Opacity, Derivations and Optimality Theory 3. Candidate Chains and Phonological Opacity 4. Two Case Studies 5. Postscript
Feature Geometry and Dependency: A Review
Abstract A fundamental problem in phonological theory is the fact that processes often operate on consistent subsets of the distinctive features within a segment, like the features that characterizeExpand
A Thematic Guide to Optimality Theory
An overview of optimality theory and its applications in architecture, constraint theory, and other constraint theories. Expand