3 edition of Mathematical models for Balkan phonological convergence. found in the catalog.
Mathematical models for Balkan phonological convergence.
Evangelos A. Afendras
|Statement||Paper presented at Third International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Sånga-Säby, Kursgård, Sweden, September 1-4, 1969.|
|Series||International Center for Research on Bilingualism.Travaux : Sér. B -- 10, Travaux du Centre international de recherche sur le bilinguisme -- B-10|
|Contributions||International Conference on Computational Linguistics, Kursgård, Sweden, 1969.|
|LC Classifications||P 221 .A45 1969, P381B3 A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
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treatment. Measures of phonological convergence (Jakobsonian distinctive feature analyses, phoneme distribution) were proposed by Afendras (, b, c).
An early attempt at an exposition of the sociolinguistic aspects of Balkan convergence was outlined in Afendras (d), in which the 'work of Emeneau and others were briefly discussed.'. much more effectively by using rigorous mathematical model. Quantifica- tion of bilingual interference and eventual phonological convergence neces- sitated the search for such models and some findings were reported in the first author's earlier papers (, a, b).
The present model is based on a more powerful mathematical theory andAuthor: Evangelos A. Afendras, Nicolaos S. Tzannes. Afendras, Mathematical Models for Balkan Phonological Convergence, International Conference of Computational Linguistics, Coling, Quebec, May,Stockholm, Sweden.
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