Turbid Output Representations and the Unity of Opacity 1

@inproceedings{Goldrick1999TurbidOR,
  title={Turbid Output Representations and the Unity of Opacity 1},
  author={Matthew Goldrick},
  year={1999}
}
As proposed in Prince & Smolensky (1993), the grammatical mechanisms of Optimality Theory (OT) are output-based. For example, the constraint component CON consists of two types of constraints that adhere to this strategy of explanation. Faithfulness constraints evaluate the equality of the input and the output only; they do not consider failed candidates or morphologically related forms. Structural Harmony constraints evaluate the structural well-formedness of the output only; they do not… CONTINUE READING
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