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Modeling ungrammaticality in optimality theory

Modeling ungrammaticality in optimality theory

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Published by Equinox Pub. Ltd in Oakville, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech errors,
  • Grammaticality (Linguistics),
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Error analysis,
  • Optimality theory (Linguistics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Curt Rice and Sylvia Blaho.
    SeriesAdvances in optimality theory
    ContributionsRice, Curt., Blaho, Sylvia, 1979-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP37.5.S67 M63 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23632262M
    ISBN 109781845532154, 9781845532161
    LC Control Number2009030081

    DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. Since the latter is Optimality Theory (OT)-specific, we model our findings in OT. Because neutralization is a framework-independent concept, our findings have broader ramifications. This paper reports initial findings on the apparent loss of passive voice constructions in Moundridge Schweitzer German, a moribund enclave dialect spoken in South.

    Optimality Theory was introduced in the s by linguists Alan Prince and Paul Smolensky (Optimality Theory: Constraint Interaction in Generative Grammar, /).Though originally developed from generative phonology, the principles of Optimality Theory have also been applied in studies of syntax, morphology, pragmatics, language change, and other areas. Hidden Generalizations by John J. McCarthy, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    As the theory of representations in syntax has ramified, the theory of operations has dwindled in content, even to triviality and, for some, nonexistence. The parallel development in phonology and.   Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sylvia Blaho books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory. Curt Rice. 21 Jan US$ US$ Save US$ Add to basket. 10% off. Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory. Curt Rice. 22 Jan Hardback. US.


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Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory is a collection of papers in phonology and syntax on the topic of ineffability, or absolute ungrammaticality, and the analytical challenge which it presents for Optimality Theory. The architecture of Optimality Theory takes an input and maps it onto its optimal Format: Paperback.

"Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory presents a collection of papers in phonology and syntax on the topic of ineffability, or absolute ungrammaticallty. These papers contribute new analyses of carefully presented cases, making the book useful for researchers exploring ineffability from any theoretical perspective.".

Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory presents a collection of papers in phonology and syntax on the topic of ineffability, or absolute ungrammaticality. The papers all contribute new analyses of carefully presented cases, making the book useful for researchers exploring ineffability from any theoretical perspective.

Advances in optimality theory P37 In linguistics, the study of grammaticality involves, for syntax, models that focus on movements that apply to inputs to satisfy the requirements a particular grammar imposes on its outputs and, in phonology, the manipulation of inputs through operations such as spreading, syllabification, deletion, and insertion.

Curt Rice and Sylvia Blaho (eds.) (). Modeling ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory. (Advances in Optimality Theory.) London & Oakville, Conn.: Equinox Publishing.

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(Advances in Optimality Theory.) London & Oakville, Conn.: Equinox Publishing. Modeling ungrammaticality in optimality theory (review) They present evidence from various languages where the two properties are dissociated.

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In linguistics, Optimality Theory is a linguistic model proposing that the observed forms of language arise from the optimal satisfaction of conflicting constraints.

OT differs from other approaches to phonological analysis, such as autosegmental phonology and linear phonology, which typically use rules rather than constraints. OT models grammars as systems that provide mappings from inputs to outputs; typically, the inputs are conceived of as underlying representations.

Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory Abstract In this chapter, we have argued for a revision of correspondence theory in which strings rather than segments are the formal objects that stand in by: Advances in Optimality Theory is a new series designed to stimulate and promote research in this provocative new framework.

It will provide a central outlet for the best new work by both established and younger scholars in this rapidly moving field. Rice, Curt and Sylvia Blaho (eds.) () Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory, Advances in Optimality Theory.

London: Equinox Press. Reviewed by Michael T. Putnam Optimality Theory (hereafter OT), much like the Minimalist Program (MP), is, as argued by Broekhuis and Vogel (), highly programmatic. What about Optimality Theory.

Q: Your book is focused on old-fashioned rewrite rules. It espouses a serialist view of morphology that is rejected by most current phonologists. The prevailing nonsequential approach to phonology, the Optimality Theory, OT, is based not on rewrite rules but on constraints.

This is the crux of the optimal foraging theory, the optimality model that predicts animal behavior based upon the balance of acquiring food and spending energy in the process. Doing Optimality Theory: Applying Theory to Data by JOHN J. MCCARTHY Article in Modern Language Journal 94(3) January with 76 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Focusing on the phonologies of children with functional (non-organic) speech disorders, this volume reports the latest findings in optimality theory, phonological acquisition and disorders. The book is based on typological, cross-sectional, longitudinal, and experimental evidence from over : Paperback.

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(June ), (September ), (December ), (March ). Brian D. Joseph, ed. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. Linguistic Sciences: Yuyan Kexue (LS is in Chinese with cover, table of .In linguistics, grammaticality is determined by the conformity to language usage as derived by the grammar of a particular speech notion of grammaticality rose alongside the theory of generative grammar, the goal of which is to formulate rules that define well-formed, grammatical, rules of grammaticality also provide explanations of ill-formed, ungrammatical.