By Theresa Biberauer
The nonetheless mostly mysterious query of the way hierarchical linguistic buildings are switched over into sequentially ordered linear strings is the difficult challenge on the center of this quantity. the 10 contributions procedure it from more than a few angles, contemplating either particular empirical demanding situations in spoken and signed languages, and broader architectural and typological questions. This quantity can be of curiosity to complex scholars and researchers with pursuits within the externalisation of linguistic constitution, the structure of the language college and linguistic typology.
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These morphophonological representations are interpreted by the phonology. 5 The phonology of ER The phonology module converts the morphophonological representation into a fully specified and completely linearly ordered phonological representation that can be interpreted by the phonetics module. Given the morphophonological representations derived in the previous section, there are four aspects that the phonology must deal with: “long” segment interpretation, the Enunciative vowel (Bright 1972), serialization of graph to linear string and the ordering of these processes.
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