Phonological output is redundancy-free and fully interpretable *

Abstract

By attributing stand-alone phonetic interpretability to each melodic prime, we rid phonological output of segmental redundancy without compromising the ability of representations to be mapped onto articulation and auditory perception. Under this approach, the repertoire of constraints on segmental output is automatically restricted to those that refer to… (More)

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