Rhythmic Patterns, Parameter Setting & Language Change

July, 2001

Working Sessions at ZiF

Talks

Date Speaker(s) Title Downloads
03-Jun Dafydd Gibbon Rhythm from the Computational Phonology point of view pdf
04-Jun Roberto Fernandez Language acquisition: A case of feature identification in the presence of competing evidence related paper: ps
09-Jul Marina Nespor On Different Rhythmic Cues to Grammar doc
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10-Jul Maria João Freitas, João Costa Morphological and/or phonological place holders ppt
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11-Jul Anthony Kroch Statistical independence of grammatically independent processes  
11-Jul Gabriela Matos Grammaticalization of pronominal clitics and uniformity of cliticization  
12-Jul Antonio Galves Language acquisition and change: identifying features in presences of competing evidence  
13-Jul Ana Maria Martins Clitics are just in Old and Modern Romance pdf
16-Jul Ulrike Gut A phonetic description of speech rhythm across languages, varieties and language learners doc
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17-Jul Franck Ramus Acoustic correlates of linguistic rhythm: speech rate and the pairwise variability index ppt
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18-Jul Emmanuel Dupoux Perception of syllabic structure and language rhythm  
19-Jul Denise Duarte, Antonio Galves, Nancy Garcia, Ricardo Maronna Statistical evidence and the rhythmic class hypothesis ppt
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20-Jul Sónia Frota European and Brazilian Portuguese Rhythm: acoustic and perceptual evidence ppt
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23-Jul Arnaldo Mandel, Maria Bernadete Abaurre, Charlotte Galves, Filomena Sandalo The Sotaq optimality based computer program and secondary stress in two varieties of Portuguese pdf
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24-Jul Jesus Garcia Automatic identification of boundaries of vocalic intervals: The Vocale program ppt
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25-Jul Pierre Collet Three questions from a linguist to a Gibbsian pdf
26-Jul   Conclusions of the working sessions  

 

Laboratory Sessions

Phonetics
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Related Issues
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Historical Syntax
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Related Issues
Result
The "Tycho Brahe" Parsing Scheme
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Result
The "Sotaq" Computer Program
Goals
Result
Rhythm in Written Texts
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