6 edition of Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology/Eurotyp , No 20-4) found in the catalog.
by Mouton de Gruyter
Written in English
|Contributions||Harry Van Der Hulst (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1050|
The tendency toward monosyllabicity – one movement beat per signed word -- motivates the proposal that monosyllabicity is a (violable) constraint on prosodic words in sign languages like ASL and ISL. Not all prosodic words are monosyllabic, as Table 1 shows, but there is a strong tendency in that direction. Evidence for the optimal. () The phonetic manifestation of word stress in Lithuanian, Polish and German. In H. van der Hulst (Ed.), Word prosodic systems in the languages .
A wide array of phenomena are dealt with (prosodic description of linguistic systems in contact situations, analysis of prosodic changes, language development processes, etc.), and the results obtained may give an indication of what is more or less stable in phonological and prosodic systems. The book presents the state of the art of multilingual speech processing—that is, the techniques that are required to support spoken input and output in a large variety of languages. Speech processing has a number of different subfields, including speech coding and enhancement, signal processing, speech recognition, speech synthesis, keyword.
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Wordstress in West-Germanic and North-Germanic languages -- 9. Word tone in Germanic languages -- Stress in the Romance languages -- Slavic languages -- Baltic languages -- Greek word accent -- Citation Information.
Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe. Edited by Hulst, Harry van der. Mouton de Gruyter. Pages: – ISBN (Online): Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe Book Summary: The series is a platform for contributions of all kinds to this rapidly developing field.
General problems are studied from the perspective of individual languages, language families, language groups, or language samples. Word prosodic systems in the languages of Europe.
Edited by Harry van der Hulst. (Empirical approaches to language typology, ) Berlin: Mouton de Author: Thomas Purnell. Word accent systems in the languages of Europe Harry van der Hulst 1.
Introduction1 This chapter deals with accentual systems in the languages of Europe. This work, however, does not claim completeness.
Rather, it presents an agenda for further research. A survey of word prosodic systems of European languages. In H. van der Hulst (ed.), Word prosodic systems in the languages of Europe, – Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. This book provides a state-of-the-art survey of intonation and prosodic structure.
Taking a phonological perspective, it shows how morpho-syntactic constituents are mapped to prosodic constituents according to well-formedness by: 6. Diachronic Prosody: Author(s): Hulst, H.
van der (ed.), Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe, pp. Publisher: Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter: ISBN: Publication type: Part of book or chapter of book: Please use this Book title: Hulst, H. van der (ed.), Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe.
Occitan and French are two Gallo-Romance languages that have been in a diglossic situation in southern France for centuries. This close contact has led to interference at all levels, including prosody. This chapter presents results from a research project on prosodic structure and intonation in this contact by: 1.
Synonyms for prosodic system in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for prosodic system. 1 synonym for prosodic system: accentual system.
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Berlin;NewYork:MoutondeGruyter, Languages differ in both the use of prosody in focus marking and prosodic systems. In the light of recent studies of acquisition of prosodic focus marking in typologically different languages, we argue that typological differences have direct influences on acquisition of prosodic focus marking.
More specifically, differences in reliance on phonetic uses of prosody and transparency of how. This book brings together papers on various aspects of prosodic development from a generative linguistic perspective.
It addresses issues such as the relationship between tone, stress and quantity, the evidence for prosodic change from metrics and discusses the role of analogy, language contact, and language acquisition in change. The book provides the empirical basis for the comparative survey of major phenomena found in the languages of Europe which have pragmatic relevance.
Beside traditional areas of investigation at the interface between syntax and pragmatics such as dislocations, new areas are explored, such as the prosody of given information.
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Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic › peer-review. H. van der Hulst (ed.), Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe, Berlin, RUBACH, J.
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Phonology 10(2), Syllable structure and stress in Dutch (). ISBN Foris Publications. The structure of phonological representations (2 volumes,with Norval Smith).Alma mater: Leiden University.A survey of European word prosodic systems.
In: H. van der Hulst (ed.). Word prosodic systems in the languages of Europe. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin & New York, (with B. Hendriks and J. van de Weijer) Hulst, H.G. van der (). Word accent. In: H. van der Hulst (ed.). Word prosodic systems in the languages of : Musa Jatkowski.