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Page 1776 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 26, Issue 4 [page]

1992 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
features of Polish to use in compar- ative studies is explored.  ...  The most significant achievement of feature geometry is argued to be the synthesis of a theory of feature classification & taxonomy, & the theory of autosegmental representation. | Table, 5 Figures.  ... 

Review of distinctive phonetic features and the Arabic share in related modern research

Yousef ALOTAIBI, Ali MEFTAH
2013 Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences  
Most research in the field of digital speech technology has traditionally been conducted in only a few languages, such as English, French, Spanish, or Chinese.  ...  Numerous studies using distinctive phonetic features (DPFs) with different techniques and algorithms have been carried out during the last 3 decades, mainly in English, Japanese, and other languages of  ...  from a phonetic point of view [13] .  ... 
doi:10.3906/elk-1112-29 fatcat:wu2yuv2janemdjtnp6ohec3vai

Animating the narrow syntax

Martina Wiltschko, Elizabeth Ritter
2015 The Linguistic Review  
We argue that the two types of animacy are constructed in different ways: M-animacy is a head feature that determines noun class and plays a role in syntactic agreement operations, whereas H-animacy is  ...  a selectable feature of arguments.  ...  Elsewhere, animacy is used to refer to a distinction between human (and humanoid) beings and other animals and objects, as in Figure 1 . 1 We show that the conceptual category human(oid) is special  ... 
doi:10.1515/tlr-2015-0011 fatcat:oojetoqmbvb67j5zkmwpaic2ke

Research in the supporting sciences

1988 Language Teaching  
A/LA Review (Madrid), 4 (1987), 57-68. Traditionally, computational linguistics has been used for syntactic analysis, computer-aided translation, etc.  ...  The purpose of 187 https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.  ...  The former include problems encountered by the child in the normal acquisition and use of the phonetic/phonological system of the language(s) in question.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800005103 fatcat:mnqfjvu3ffa5neyhn7cpoqjhv4

The phonetics and phonology of lenition: A Campidanese Sardinian case study

Jonah Katz, Gianmarco Pitzanti
2019 Laboratory Phonology  
in a genetically distant language.  ...  Mediation analysis using regression modeling suggests that some intensity and most qualitative reflexes of lenition are explained by changes in duration, but not vice versa.  ...  Erich Round shared his brilliant code, his expertise in helping to implement it for our materials, and some very useful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5334/labphon.184 fatcat:hp3yf2si5va7xmyvkvmee53cdm

In defense of prosodic typology: A response to Beckman and Venditti

Larry M. Hyman
2012 Linguistic Typology  
This example nicely illustrates the special status of phonology as a mediator between grammar and phonetics.  ...  Let us return to their statement in (1), which I repeat as (68). (68) There is no useful classification of prosodic types that falls out from the classification of languages in terms of tonemic  ... 
doi:10.1515/lity-2012-0014 fatcat:h2rya3gxv5cqnpq57jvu2q7yxq

Publications Received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften

2000 Diachronica  
Only in exceptional instances will a separate acknowledgment of receipt be issued; no book can be returned to the publisher after it has been treated in this section.  ...  It should be pointed out, moreover, that by accepting a book, no promise is implied that it will be reviewed in detail in Diachronica.  ...  [This book is an English translation of a Spanish version published in 1997 (Barcelona: Ariel) that represented a reworking and expansion of the 1967 French original.  ... 
doi:10.1075/dia.17.2.15pub fatcat:zxi3yq5vybczrmhpkrzdcuav44

Perspectival factors and pro-drop: A corpus study of speaker/addressee pronouns with creer 'think/ believe' and saber 'know' in spoken Spanish

Peter Herbeck
2021 Glossa  
This paper examines overt and covert speaker/addressee pronouns with the cognitive verbs creer 'think/believe' and saber 'know' in a corpus of spoken peninsular Spanish – the Madrid and Alcalá samples  ...  Overt pronouns will be analyzed as the result of a [+contrast] feature which is assigned to the specifier of a functional category encoding perspective in the split IP.  ...  Thanks to the participants for helpful comments, especially Anne Wolfsgruber. Parts of this research were carried out at the University of Cologne.  ... 
doi:10.16995/glossa.5873 fatcat:ccpwdk2e2nhtjhkocr5ylaeyvm

Language learning and teaching

1977 Language Teaching  
A course on language in education was set up to develop and test a set of statements about the nature of language and how it is learned and used.  ...  Their pedagogic value lies not in delineating a system of study but in providing the teacher with a battery of illustrative metaphors.  ...  For example, the native speaker of English may 'know' the concepts expressed by the Spanish subjunctive, yet fail to indicate them in every case by use of a subjunctive form when using Spanish.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800003438 fatcat:4yoaowlk2re77cwy4zkufh52py

Reviews

1950 The Modern Language Journal  
in the special fields’ (xvii) will scarcely detract from the book’s usefulness and worth.  ...  This notional classification of words in a lexicon is not a novelty, and Buck cites a number of ancient and modern examples (xiii), among which the most widely known is Roget’s Thesaurus.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1950.tb06019.x fatcat:634vuvzgdjc2ddjo5xe7lw57j4

Voronoi polygons and self-consistent technique used to compute the airflow resistivity of randomly placed fibers in glass wool

Viggo Tarnow
2002 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Five tokens of each Spanish and English vowel were randomly presented for classification in terms of one of the five vowels of Spanish, and were rated for goodness of fit on a 6-point scale ͑where 0 indicated  ...  ''not Spanish'' and 5 indicated a ''good example'' of a Spanish vowel͒.  ...  By using the complex images in a manner analogous to image theory for a perfect waveguide, the method can be used to approximate a waveguide's Green's function.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4809175 fatcat:jqxtrgkn2fcf3a7vzsp2u56akm

A Comprehensive Review of Speech Emotion Recognition Systems

Taiba Majid Wani, Teddy Surya Gunawan, Syed Asif Ahmad Qadri, Mira Kartiwi, Eliathamby Ambikairajah
2021 IEEE Access  
Each layer performs precise types of organizing and requisites in a method that some suggest as "feature hierarchy."  ...  A two-stage classification technique using the decision tree and SVM is used in [87] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3068045 fatcat:otlyazg5mzg3rpjqv56jecmjfq

General Section

1950 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
Consonant affinity: a study in experimental phonetics. D X226. Emsley, Bert (Ohio State). History of phonetic alphabets and pronouncing dic- tionaries. X227. Locke, William N. (Massachusetts IT).  ...  A synoptic morphology of Western languages. X188. Williams, Mina Ann (Abilene Chris- tian C). A textbook in semantics. American Indian. (219-226: 221 discont r.n.g.; 223 compl; 226 delete “‘D’’}.  ... 
doi:10.1632/s0030812900026079 fatcat:6k52jvzmfze6jnmjngtghswa2e

Perceptual Tests of Rhythmic Similarity: I. Mora Rhythm

Lalita Murty, Takashi Otake, Anne Cutler
2007 Language and Speech  
a special status.  ...  In Japanese kana scripts, the word-medial nasal has a special symbol; in Telugu, it is always represented by a grapheme called anuswara, written as a circle 'o'.  ... 
doi:10.1177/00238309070500010401 pmid:17518104 fatcat:c7rdv6l3hzcvdfrsgeutolec7u

1955 American Bibliography

Paul A. Brown, Allan G. Chester, Henry W. Nordmeyer, Arnold G. Reichenberger, Bodo L. O. Richter, Alfred Senn, Matthias A. Shaaber, James Woodress
1956 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
A Comparison on a Phonetic Basis of the Two Chief Languages of the Americas, English and Spanish.” DA, xv.1849-50 (New York Univ.). Guttman, Newman.  ...  “Auditory Testing of a Simplified Description of Vowel Articulation.” JAS, xxv11.882-887. Hultzén, Lee S. “The Useful Study of Phonetics.” QJS, xi1.105-109. Hutton, Charles Lee, Jr.  ... 
doi:10.1632/s0030812900011019 fatcat:lp4d5x777vevxgjrv7btxefsmi
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