A Factorial Typology of Quantity Insensitive Stress

@inproceedings{LIGN2002AFT,
  title={A Factorial Typology of Quantity Insensitive Stress},
  author={LIGN E DGES A LIGN and C LASH A LIGN},
  year={2002}
}
  • LIGN E DGES A LIGN, C LASH A LIGN
  • Published 2002
This paper presents an Optimality-theoretic (Prince and Smolensky 1993) analysis of quantity insensitive stress. A set of grid-based constraints is shown by means of a computer generated factorial typology to provide a relatively tight fit to the full range of stress systems attested in an extensive survey of quantity insensitive stress patterns, many of which have not been previously discussed in the theoretical literature. 

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