THE CONNECTEDNESS OF PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHONOLOGICAL SEQUENCES

THE CONNECTEDNESS OF PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHONOLOGICAL SEQUENCES Linguistics 179, pp. 5-18 Mouton Publishers, 1976 THE CONNECTEDNESS OF PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHONOLOGICAL SEQUENCESl M. I. LEKOMCEVA. This article deals with a model of a generator which produces a phonologically correct text of indefinite length. The article consists of five parts. The first part describes the concept of connectedness (predictability) of phonological features and defines the conditions under which these features are predictable. The second part of this article generalizes the concept of the phonological feature so that the derived abstract feature may correlated with both concrete paradigmatic contrasts and different syntagmatic positions. In the third part, on the basis of the predictability of generalized features, the concept of phonological branching -- the fundamental structure of the phonological level -- is derived. Phonological branching is the logical basis for the formation of syllables of different types (monosyllabic words) as well as for polysylabic words (part 4). In the last section, an idea is given of the device which generates phonological words, defined for a given language which form texts or indefinire length. 1. The predictability of features, feature connectedness and quasi-logical relations. In the process of syllable synthesis, when some feature (or its negation, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Linguistics - An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences de Gruyter

THE CONNECTEDNESS OF PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHONOLOGICAL SEQUENCES

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0024-3949
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1613-396X
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10.1515/ling.1976.14.179.5
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Linguistics 179, pp. 5-18 Mouton Publishers, 1976 THE CONNECTEDNESS OF PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PHONOLOGICAL SEQUENCESl M. I. LEKOMCEVA. This article deals with a model of a generator which produces a phonologically correct text of indefinite length. The article consists of five parts. The first part describes the concept of connectedness (predictability) of phonological features and defines the conditions under which these features are predictable. The second part of this article generalizes the concept of the phonological feature so that the derived abstract feature may correlated with both concrete paradigmatic contrasts and different syntagmatic positions. In the third part, on the basis of the predictability of generalized features, the concept of phonological branching -- the fundamental structure of the phonological level -- is derived. Phonological branching is the logical basis for the formation of syllables of different types (monosyllabic words) as well as for polysylabic words (part 4). In the last section, an idea is given of the device which generates phonological words, defined for a given language which form texts or indefinire length. 1. The predictability of features, feature connectedness and quasi-logical relations. In the process of syllable synthesis, when some feature (or its negation,

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Published: Jan 1, 1976

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