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Hierarchical Classification for Spoken Arabic Dialect Identification using Prosody: Case of Algerian Dialects [article]

Soumia Bougrine and Hadda Cherroun and Djelloul Ziadi
2017 arXiv   pre-print
According to these analysis findings, we propose a Hierarchical classification approach for spoken Arabic algerian Dialect IDentification (HADID).  ...  In daily communications, Arabs use local dialects which are hard to identify automatically using conventional classification methods.  ...  Why Prosody for Arabic Dialect Identification?  ... 
arXiv:1703.10065v1 fatcat:maldlrx4gvgcforrsgklgy5mtu

Systematic Literature Review of Dialectal Arabic: Identification and Detection

Ashraf Elnagar, Sane Yagi, Ali Bou Nassif, Ismail Shahin, Said A. Salloum
2021 IEEE Access  
Ziadi, "Prosody-based spoken Algerian Arabic dialect identification," Procedia Comput. Sci., vol. 128, pp. 9-17, 2018. [178] C. Zhang, Q. Zhang, and J. H. L.  ...  Abdulla, "Spoken Arabic dialects identification: The case of Egyptian and Jordanian dialects," in 2014 5th International Conference on Information and Communication Systems (ICICS), 2014, pp. 1-6  ...  For more information, see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ This article has been accepted for publication in a future issue of this journal, but has not been fully edited.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3059504 fatcat:d7dkxmdehzcq5d7fej7icyy6rq

Language attitudes, accentedness and comprehensibility: a sociolinguistic study of Arabic and Arabic-accented English [article]

Muneir Gwasmeh, University Of Canterbury
2021
Firstly, the research employs a direct approach, using accent labels in a questionnaire and focusing on Jordanian participants' attitudes towards their dialects and dialects of other Arabic varieties.  ...  spoken in many different Arab countries.  ...  Figure 6 . 6 : 66 Listeners' classification of dialect identification by Arabic reading style and region Figure 6 . 7 : 67 Listeners' classification of dialect identification by English speaking style  ... 
doi:10.26021/11442 fatcat:h2om4g2ee5hudcosmagw3x2tnu

Everyday Racism and Racialized Experiences Among Indonesian Migrant Muslims in New York City: Perception, Resistance, and Self-Empowerment

Diah Irawaty
2019 Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya  
Finally, using the framework of resistance, particularly the so-called empowerment, I explore certain ways these immigrants respond against racism and racialized experiences for both self-survival and  ...  self-empowerment as a reflection of their agentive capacity.  ...  If Tetreault (2015: 47) sees Algerian French Arab Muslim teens creating in-group definitions of belonging based on a local construction of linguistic competence focusing on Arabic loan word use, theIndonesian  ... 
doi:10.14203/jmb.v21i1.827 fatcat:xwisygexpbfx3gyscnhwdeopqq

Section 3: The Arabian Peninsula [chapter]

2017 The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music  
The Art of Persian Music. Washington, D.C.: Mage. Farhat, Hormoz. 1990  ...  A member of the Afro-Asiatic language family, Berber is related both to Semitic languages, among them Arabic, Hebrew, and Aramaic, and to ancient Egyptian, Coptic, and the Cushitic dialects spoken in Ethiopia  ...  In 1931, a year before his death, d'Erlanger undertook a comprehensive classification of the melodic and rhythmic genres in current use in Arab music, for presentation at the Cairo Congress of 1932.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315086460-24 fatcat:b5dm7bgxfzcjvm2vbkijzydbha

Central Asian and Yanbian Korean in comparative perspective

Simon George Barnes-Sadler
2016
This dialect classification, though, only takes into account the varieties of Korean spoken on the Korean peninsula and its surrounding islands, whereas Korean is in fact spoken by a large global diaspora  ...  The earliest Korean dialect taxonomies, for example that of Lee Kuk-lo (1932) and the famous, influential dialect classification of Ogura , only concern themselves with the territory of the Korean peninsula  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00026672 fatcat:fqtpwyzj7nftfhuxvvn6cxviyi

Towards a phonetic and phonological typology of post-velar articulation

Nicola J. Bessell
1993
case.  ...  This dissertation develops a typology of post-velar articulation from the point of view of available inventory, phonetic and phonological studies.  ...  Alternation of PI with zero is noted in a number of dialects, for example by Blanc (1964) for Iraqi Arabic and by Garbell (1958) for Eastern Mediterranean dialects.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0086353 fatcat:3im22mmp7fg3bjb5cn2dkwh54i

A structural analysis of Moroccan Arabic and English intra-sentential code switching

Najat Benchiba
2008
Natural data of Moroccan Arabic and English code switched discourse collated for this thesis provide further empirical support required to test the validity of the Matrix Language Frame model well as providing  ...  A phenomenon of language contact between different speech communities is that of code switching which is a result of language contact between speakers of diverse language(s) and/or dialect(s).  ...  CHAPTER FOUR MOROCCAN ARABIC GRAMMAR This chapter deals with Moroccan Arabic grammar as a spoken oral dialect known as Darija and used by the inhabitants of Morocco and the Moroccan diaspora.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00028920 fatcat:yywi4ngo2bhzlfmskwrwg6ztwy

Kristy_Barbacane_Full_Dissertation_copy.pdf [article]

2017
for piano and, in some cases, using Western tonality.  ...  into the local Arabic dialect.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8tm7j73 fatcat:jashaeg4ibfbla26madv3c36xm

Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali / Working Papers in Linguistics and Oriental Studies, Vol. 2, 2016. Full Issue

2016
There are a number of reasons for distinguishing the dialect spoken in this region from the others in terms of its social and historical background.  ...  of encoding the goal argument, namely the double object construction, which is found in the dialect of BP spoken in the central region of Brazil (though not in other dialects of BP).  ...  have been used, over time, for revising special points of the text, as it was the case with Gibb (1958) and Tresso (2008) .  ... 
doi:10.13128/qulso-2421-7220-18760 fatcat:fllpdrnq7jdtpdcbpvw5fch5ge

Event building, selection and non-canonical Case: fi insertion in Tunisian Arabic

Margherita Pallottino, Tabea Ihsane, Luigi Rizzi
2020
Lazard (1989) presents examples of this phenomenon and makes a further connection with the Arabic dialects spoken in Algiers, illustrating that marked objects in Algerian Arabic and Algerian Berber present  ...  is not valid for all the dialects spoken in Tunisian.  ...  Thus, antipassives correspond to the intersection of non-canonical case licensing and viewpoint aspect variations, independently of the language type.  ... 
doi:10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:148384 fatcat:dnc74z3q7zbahdyiiczee6imua

Editors' Addresses (2007)

Pentti Haddington, English Philology, Leena Kolehmainen, Mari Lehtinen, Jukka Mäkisalo
unpublished
The city is a place of language contact, (…) the signs in public space are the most visible reminder of this.  ...  LL not only tells you in an instant where on earth you are and what languages you are supposed to know, but it (…) provides a unique perspective on the coexistence and competition of different languages  ...  collected from Finnish spoken dialects (see section 3).  ... 
fatcat:dcxamitgirdfzifnez4sqrvzhy

Translating and Publishing Nigerian Literature in France (1953-2017): A Study of Selected Writers [article]

Sylvia Madueke
2019
This corpus forms an online database, NILIFT, which will be useful for future research. While the field of Nigerian literature in  ...  The polysystem theory (PST) is used to characterize the source literary system and how certain home factors may reflect on the selection of works for translation.  ...  The search for a universal standard literary language in view of many Igbo dialects resulted in different periods.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-azmt-ep05 fatcat:dj4bgdtiqffhfhfjrbx25ouowi

Translating and Publishing Nigerian Literature in France (1953-2017) A Study of Selected Writers

Ijeoma C. Madueke
2019
This corpus forms an online database, NILIFT, which will be useful for future research. While the field of Nigerian literature in  ...  The polysystem theory (PST) is used to characterize the source literary system and how certain home factors may reflect on the selection of works for translation.  ...  The search for a universal standard literary language in view of many Igbo dialects resulted in different periods.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-wtb8-8a44 fatcat:5qm37sucgfg6bgxarytf7ndc4a