Perceptive evaluation of Levenshtein dialect distance measurements using Norwegian dialect data

@article{Gooskens2004PerceptiveEO,
  title={Perceptive evaluation of Levenshtein dialect distance measurements using Norwegian dialect data},
  author={Charlotte Gooskens and W. Heeringa},
  journal={Language Variation and Change},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={189 - 207}
}
The Levenshtein dialect distance method has proven to be a successful method for measuring phonetic distances between Dutch dialects. The aim of the present investigation is to validate the Levenshtein dialect distance with perceptual data from a language area other than the Dutch, namely Norway. We calculate the correlation between the Levenshtein distances and the distances between 15 Norwegian dialects as judged by Norwegian listeners. We carry out this analysis to see the degree to which… Expand
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