Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items for

  • Author or Editor: Paweł Nowakowski x
  • 限定层级: All x
Clear All


The study presents some of the applications of algorithms for phonetic (phonemic) transcription in linguistic research. The list of problems, which could be solved with the help of statistical analysis and by the use of an algorithm is long and should be expected to grow. The results of such research will be of interest to those involved in phonetics (phonology), psycholinguistics, morphology (morphonology), theory of literature, lexicology and lexicography and other disciplines outside of linguistics.

In: Euphony and Logos
Volume Editors: and
The volume explores linguistic practices and choices in the late antique Eastern Mediterranean. It investigates how linguistic diversity and change influenced the social dimension of human interaction, affected group dynamics, the expression and negotiation of various communal identities, such as professional groups of mosaic-makers, stonecutters, or their supervisors in North Syria, bilingual monastic communities in Palestine, elusive producers of Coptic ritual texts in Egypt, or Jewish communities in Dura Europos and Palmyra. The key question is: what do we learn about social groups and human individuals by studying their multilingualism and language practices reflected in epigraphic and other written sources?