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phonological requirements. Such analyses may be interpreted as supporting Optimality Theory, with its violable constraints and intermingling of morphology and phonology. 1 ‘Al-kitab’ is a comprehensive study about Standard Arabic that deals with different phonological issues. 2 One reason we use [ RTR ] is

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Lior Laks

great extent which MH basic entries are formed in CiCeC and which ones are formed in hiCCiC (Bolozky 1978, 1999). I view the interaction among the criteria in the spirit of Optimality Theory (Prince and Smolensky 1993), which accounts for variation in terms of different rankings of competing

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Martin Orwin

based on the restrictive foot typology of Kager (1993) and optimality theory as presented in Prince and Smolensky (1993). Part of this approach is representing different levels of constituency in the line. The lowest level is the ‘metrical position’. The sequence of metrical positions is then structured

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Aviad Albert

Optimality Theory (Prince and Smolensky 1993), the ranking of this constraint in respect to other faithfulness constraints can model the change from an underlying phonemic stop to an optimal surface representation of a post-vocalic fricative (e.g. Ident[sonorant] >> *V-stop >> Ident[obstruent]). (2

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics

, 81–98. Bozen-Bolzano: Bozen-Bolzano University Press. Ito, Junko & Armin Mester. 2001. Structure preservation and stratal opacity in German. In Lombardi (ed.), Segmental Phonology in Optimality Theory , 261–295. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Johnson, Keith. 2012. Acoustic and auditory

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Noam Faust

, UCLA . Bat-El, Outi. 1994. The optimal acronym word in Hebrew. Proceedings of the 1994 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association . In Koskinen, Paivi (ed.), Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 23–37. Bat-El, Outi. 2003. The Fate of the Consonantal Root and the Binyan in Optimality

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Evan-Gary Cohen

:144–181. McCarthy, John and Alan Prince. 1995. Faithfulness and reduplicative identity. In Jill Beckman, Laura Walsh and Suzanne Urbanczyk (eds.) University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 18: Papers in Optimality Theory . Amherst: Graduate Linguistic Student Association. 249–382. Most, Tova

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics

lexicon and constraints on reranking. In J. Beckman, S. Urbanczyk and L. Walsh (eds) Papers in Optimality Theory , 181–210. Amherst: GLSA . Itô, Junko and Armin Mester. 1999. The structure of the phonological lexicon. In Tsjimura Natsuko (ed.) The Handbook of Japanese Linguistics , 62–100. Cambridge

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics
Author: Yael Ziv

1967 Pittsburgh, PA MIT PhD dissertation Vikner Sten “Verb Movement Variation in Germanic and Optimality Theory.” 2001 Habilitation Thesis, University of Tübingen Ziv Yael “Left and Right Dislocations: Discourse Functions and Anaphora” Journal of

In: Journal of Jewish Languages