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Tone Sandhi: Patterns across Chinese Dialects

@inproceedings{Chen2000ToneSP,
  title={Tone Sandhi: Patterns across Chinese Dialects},
  author={M. Chen},
  year={2000}
}
  • M. Chen
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • Preface Notational conventions 1. Setting the stage 2. Tonal representation and tonal processes 3. Directionality and interacting sandhi processes I 4. Directionality and interacting sandhi processes II 5. From base tones to sandhi forms: a constraint-based analysis 6. From tone to accent 7. Stress-foot as sandhi domain I 8. Stress-foot as sandhi domain II 9. Minimal rhythmic unit as obligatory sandhi domain 10. Phonological phrase as a sandhi domain 11. From tone to intonation Concluding… CONTINUE READING
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