LINGUIST List 3.792

Sat 17 Oct 1992

Qs: Phonetics; Text Encoding; Lexical Segmentation

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  1. Henry Kucera, Re: 3.769 Phoneticians I
  2. , Information request.
  3. Robert J Kuhns, Query: Lexical Segmentation

Message 1: Re: 3.769 Phoneticians I

Date: Wed, 14 Oct 92 11:29:28 EDRe: 3.769 Phoneticians I
From: Henry Kucera <HENRYBROWNVM.brown.edu>
Subject: Re: 3.769 Phoneticians I

 Because of some e-mail difficulties, I have missed part of the discussion on
devoicing of final obstruents and supposed acoustic differences in the quality
of morphemically voiceless consonants and those which originate by devoicing of
morphemically voiced ones. So I apologize if I am repeating a question that may
have been answered before: There are many languages (Slavic, for example) where
the opposite also happens and morphemically voiceless consonants become voiced
in certain environments. My question is: Is there any evidence that here, too,
 there may be differences (perceptual or acoustic) between the two kinds of
voiced consonants, depending on their morphemic status?

 Henry Kucera
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Message 2: Information request.

Date: Thu, 15 Oct 92 11:24:51 JSInformation request.
From: <tucusitokokuki.kuaero.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
Subject: Information request.


I am researching on text encoding and text analysis.
I will welcome Bibliographic information or other
helps related with this subjects.
thanks

F Zeidan.
e-mail: tucusitokokuki.kuaero.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Kyoto University. Japan.
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Message 3: Query: Lexical Segmentation

Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1992 22:44:20 Query: Lexical Segmentation
From: Robert J Kuhns <kuhnsworld.std.com>
Subject: Query: Lexical Segmentation


I am interested in obtaining information (references, software, and products)
concerning lexical segmentation. In particular, I am looking for work relating
to segmentation techniques for Japanese and Chinese. Your responses are
appreciated.

Bob Kuhns
kuhnsworld.std.com
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