LINGUIST List 13.2767

Fri Oct 25 2002

Qs: Computational Ling, Arabic Phonemes

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  1. Kevin Lee, Determiners: a/the in Computational Linguistics
  2. M.SAMIR ZEFTAWI, arabic phonemes

Message 1: Determiners: a/the in Computational Linguistics

Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 00:55:54 +0000
From: Kevin Lee <kl73attbi.com>
Subject: Determiners: a/the in Computational Linguistics

I am a student. My research is dealing with the two determiners (i.e.,
a and the) in relation to Machine Translation of Computational
Linguistics. My specific question deals with setting up an algorithm
to translate Korean language, which does not have determiners, into
English, which depends heavily on the determiners. Currently, I don't
know how to approach this topic. Any direction to references or even
recommendations is well appreciated.

Subject-Language: English;Korean; Code: KKN 
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Message 2: arabic phonemes

Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 13:19:04 +0200
From: M.SAMIR ZEFTAWI <M.SAMIRmedscape.com>
Subject: arabic phonemes

Dear Sir

I am working in a thesis searching for auditory evoked potentials
using arabic CV syllables. I need to know the acoustic characteristics
of these phonemes including formant frequencies, transisitions, voice
onset time of the following phonemes:

aa , baa , daa, gaa and the semivowel waa

I hope you can help me. Thank you very much for your patience.

Your's sincerly
Dr.M.Samir
M.SAMIRmedscape.com
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