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Phonetic underspecification and target-interpolation

John D. Choi

Phonetic underspecification and target-interpolation

an acoustic study of Marshallese vowel allophony

by John D. Choi

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Published by UCLA Dept. of Linguistics in Los Angeles, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marshallese language -- Vowels,
  • Marshallese language -- Phonetics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John D. Choi.
    SeriesUCLA working papers in phonetics -- no. 82, UCLA working papers in phonetics -- 82.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 132 p. :
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13594748M
    OCLC/WorldCa29584949

    Phonetic underspecification and target interpolation: An acoustic study of Marshallese vowel allophony. Underspecification of the articulatory feature-based phoneme is implemented if an hypothesis is not found and the matching process is repeated. The results of the experiment show that the final output accuracy is greater than both of the initial two phoneme by: 1.

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Journals & Books; Help Experiments are described which test the predictions made by the phonetic underspecification account and the feasibility of an alternative fully specified account. The results are argued to support the phonetic underspecification account of Marshallese vowel by: John Choi ( P.

Keating, co-chair) Phonetic Underspecification and Target-Interpolation: An Acoustic Study of Marshallese Vowel Allophony Lukowa Kidima () Tone and Accent in Kiyaka Abigail Cohn (, P. Keating, co-chair) Phonetic and Phonological Rules of Nasalization. phonetic underspecification of consonants (though one that sometimes requires judicious interpretation) can be found in the presence or absence of vowel interactions across : Patricia Keating.

Phonetic underspecification in Marshallese. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Amer ( Data from the two remaining speakers will be incorporated and discussed in terms of phonetic underspecification in a target‐interpolation : John D. Choi. Phonetic underspecification and target-interpolation: an acoustic study of Marshallese vowel allophony.

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Google ScholarCited by: 7. This article investigates a particular type of underspecification: ‘perseverant’. It provides an example of a more common type of underspecification for purposes of contrast and then reviews two cases of perseverant underspecification, a Russian example discussed in Keating and the case of Marshallese vowels.

The article then describes the details of a constraint ranking that would capture Cited by: 6. Two sets of data are discussed in terms of an exemplar-resonance model of the lexicon. First, a cross-linguistic review of vowel formant measurements indicate that phonetic differences between male and female talkers are a function of language, dissociated to a certain extent from vocal tract by: WPP, No.

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