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Bidirectional optimality theory

Auteur : Anton Benz; Jason Mattausch
Éditeur: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2011.
Collection: Linguistik aktuell, Bd. 180.
Édition/format:   Livre électronique : Document : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Bidirectional Optimality Theory (BiOT) emerged at the turn of the millennium as a fusion of Radical Pragmatics and Optimality Theoretic Semantics. It stirred a wealth of new research in the pragmatics-semantics interface and heavily influenced e.g. the development of evolutionary and game theoretic approaches. Optimality Theory holds that linguistic output can be understood as the optimized products of ranked  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Electronic books
Format – détails additionnels: Print version:
Bidirectional optimality theory.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2011
(DLC) 2011027681
Type d’ouvrage: Document, Ressource Internet
Type de document: Ressource Internet, Fichier d'ordinateur
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Anton Benz; Jason Mattausch
ISBN: 9789027284525 9027284520 9027255636 9789027255631
Numéro OCLC: 774287650
Description: 1 online resource (279 pages) : illustrations.
Contenu: Bidirectional Optimality Theory; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Bidirectional Optimality Theory; 1. Optimality Theory; 2. Bidirectional Optimality Theory; 3. Stochastic Optimality Theory; 4. Games and Bidirectional Optimality Theory; 5. Overview; References; A programme for bidirectional phonology and phonetics and their acquisition and evolution; 1. Phonological representations: Underlying and Surface Form; 1.1 The relation between underlying form and surface form; 1.2 The process of merely-phonological production. 1.3 The process of merely-phonological comprehension1.4 Merely-phonological acquisition; 1.5 Merely-phonological evolution; 1.6 What is wrong with merely-phonological grammars?; 2. Phonetic representations: Auditory and Articulatory Form; 2.1 The relation between Auditory Form and Articulatory form; 2.2 The process of merely-phonetic articulation; 2.3 The processes of merely-phonetic audition; 2.4 Merely-phonetic acquisition; 2.5 Merely-phonetic evolution; 3. The phonology-phonetics interface; 3.1 The relation between Surface Form and Auditory Form; 3.2 The process of prelexical perception. 3.3 Unidirectional acquisition of prelexical perception3.4 The process of prototype selection; 3.5 Acquisition of prototype selection?; 3.6 The evolution of the phonology-phonetics interface; 3.7 Is this how the phonology-phonetics interface works?; 4. The three 'low' representations: Articulatory Form --
Auditory Form --
Surface Form; 4.1 The process of phonetic production; 4.2 The acquisition of phonetic knowledge; 4.3 The evolution of phonetic implementation; 4.4 Is this how the phonetic representations are connected to the phonology? 5. The three 'middle' representations: Auditory Form --
Surface Form --
Underlying Form5.1 The serial edition of the process of phonetic-phonological comprehension; 5.2 The parallel edition of the process of phonetic-phonological comprehension; 6. The quadruplet Underlying --
Surface --
Auditory --
Articulatory; 6.1 The process of phonological-phonetic production; 6.2 The acquisition of phonological-phonetic production; 7. Semantic representations; 8. The phonology-semantics interface: The lexicon; 8.1 Relations; 8.2 The process of lexical retrieval in production. 8.3 The process of the access of meaning in comprehension8.4 The acquisition of lexical relations; 9. The triplet Morphemes --
Underlying Form --
Surface Form; 9.1 The influence of Morphemes (and Context) on word recognition; 9.2 Acquisition; 10. Discussion; 10.1 The larger picture: Whole-language simulations; 10.2 The assumptions: Naïve bidirectionality and multi-level parallelism; References; A note on the emergence of subject salience; 1. Introduction: Salience and subjecthood; 2. Centering Theory's Rule 1; 3. Bidirectional Optimality Theory; 4. Beaver's COT; 5. Evolving subject salience.
Titre de collection: Linguistik aktuell, Bd. 180.
Responsabilité: edited by Anton Benz, Jason Mattausch.

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Bidirectional Optimality Theory (BiOT) emerged at the turn of the millennium as a fusion of Radical Pragmatics and Optimality Theoretic Semantics. BiOT found applications beyond the  Lire la suite...

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