Learning Morphophonemic Processes without Underlying Representations and Explicit Rules


Traditional phonology presupposes abstract underlying representations (UR) and a set of rules to explain the phonological phenomena. There are, however, a number of questions that have been raised regarding this approach : Where do URs come from? How are rules found and related to each other? In the current study, a connectionist network was trained without… (More)


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