Why the Phonological Component must be Serial and Rule‐Based 1

@inproceedings{Vaux2008WhyTP,
  title={Why the Phonological Component must be Serial and Rule‐Based 1},
  author={B. Vaux},
  year={2008}
}
  • B. Vaux
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
1. Introduction This chapter provides general arguments for replacing Optimality Theory with a theory that employs ordered rules and derivations. Between 1968 and 1993 the majority of phonologists worked within a theoretical framework of Derivational Phonology (DP), whose central proposition is that the surface representation of a sequence of morphemes derives from their abstract underlying representations by the application of a series of ordered rules. The introduction of Optimality Theory… Expand
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