Laboratory Phonology 7
Ed. by Gussenhoven, Carlos / Warner, Natasha
Series:Phonology and Phonetics [PP] 4-1
(Vol 1-6 Cambridge University Press)
Aims and Scope
This collection of recent papers in Laboratory Phonology approaches phonological theory from several different empirical directions. Psycholinguistic research into the perception and production of speech has produced results that challenge current conceptions about phonological structure. Field work studies provide fresh insights into the structure of phonological features, and the phonology-phonetics interface is investigated in phonetic research involving both segments and prosody, while the role of underspecification is put to the test in automatic speech recognition.
- 23 x 15.5 cm
- xvii, 719 pages
- Num. figs.
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON