LINGUIST List 2.11

Friday, 17 Jan 1991

Disc: IPA in ASCII, Linguists in Israel

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Message 1: Linguists in Israel

Date: Wed, 16 Jan 1991 13:34 EST
From: Robert D Hoberman <RHOBERMANccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Linguists in Israel
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 1991 10:18-0500
From: Allan C. Wechsler <ACWYUKON.SCRC.Symbolics.COM>
Subject: IPA in ASCII

Perhaps the intellects here assembled can come up with answers to the
following two related questions:

1. Is there an accepted convention for typing phonetics on an ASCII
keyboard? All the strategies I can think of require multigraphs. One
could choose to resolve ambiguities in two ways. (i) You could use some
delimiter to separate graphs only in ambiguous cases. Example [n'g] in
"ungrateful" vs [ng] in "singer". (ii) You could *always* delimit
segments, as in [s.i&.ng.r].

2. Is there an accepted assignment of ASCII codes to IPA characters?
That is, if I take the trouble to create an IPA font, to what codes
should I assign "eng" and "esh"?
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Message 2: Linguists in Israel

Date: Wed, 16 Jan 1991 13:34 EST
From: Robert D Hoberman <RHOBERMANccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Linguists in Israel
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 91 15:31:51 -0800
From: slobincogsci.berkeley.edu (Dan I. Slobin)
Subject: Re: Linguists in Israel

Another Israeli linguist--who has worked extensively
on acquisition--is Ruth Berman, at Tel-Aviv University:
F27%TAUNOS.BITNET or BERMAN%TAUNIVM.BITNET.

Dan Slobin (slobincogsci.berkeley.edu)
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Message 3: Linguists in Israel

Date: Wed, 16 Jan 1991 13:34 EST
From: Robert D Hoberman <RHOBERMANccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Linguists in Israel
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 1991 13:34 EST
From: Robert D Hoberman <RHOBERMANccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Re: Linguists in Israel


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 Robert Hoberman
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 16-Jan-1991 01:17pm EST
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SUBJECT: Your inquiry in Linguist List 2.1 

Yehuda Falk (hcufyhujivm1.bitnet) is a linguist in the linguistics section of 
the English Dept. at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Another linguist 
there who uses e-mail is Edit Doron, but I don't happen to have her address 
handy right now. I'll try to find it. I do have addresses for Wendy Sandler 
and Nirit Kadmon, who are at other universities in Israel; let me know if you 
want them. You may also want to contact Ur Shlonsky, from Haifa, who is in 
Montreal this year, where his address is r26634uqam.bitnet.
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