Emergent consonantal quantity contrast and context-dependence of gestural phasing

@article{Simko2014EmergentCQ,
  title={Emergent consonantal quantity contrast and context-dependence of gestural phasing},
  author={Juraj Simko and Michael L. O'Dell and Martti Vainio},
  journal={J. Phonetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={44},
  pages={130-151}
}
Embodied task dynamics is a modeling platform combining task dynamical implementation of articulatory phonology with an optimization approach based on adjustable trade-offs between production efficiency and perception efficacy. Within this platform we model a consonantal quantity contrast in bilabial stops as emerging from local adjustment of demands on relative prominence of the consonantal gesture conceptualized in terms of closure duration. The contrast is manifested in the form of two… CONTINUE READING

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