A Dynamic Approach to Rhythm in Language: toward a Temporal Phonology 1 the Description of Language 1.1 Dynamic and Symbolic Models of Language

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It is proposed that the theory of dynamical systems ooers appropriate tools to model many phonological aspects of both speech production and perception. A dynamic account of speech rhythm is shown to be useful for description of both Japanese mora timing and English timing in a phrase repetition task. This orientation contrasts fundamentally with the more… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gasser2007ADA, title={A Dynamic Approach to Rhythm in Language: toward a Temporal Phonology 1 the Description of Language 1.1 Dynamic and Symbolic Models of Language}, author={Michael Gasser}, year={2007} }