LINGUIST List 5.29

Fri 07 Jan 1994

Qs: Frisian, Phonological Parser, MT, Malay

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  1. "Reinhard, Re: LINGUIST Query
  2. Geoffrey Williams, Church's phonological parser
  3. a mcelligott, Machine Translation Systems
  4. , Bahasa Malaysia (Malay)

Message 1: Re: LINGUIST Query

Date: Thu, 6 Jan 1994 09:01:32 -Re: LINGUIST Query
From: "Reinhard <rhahnu.washington.edu>
Subject: Re: LINGUIST Query


Can anyone supply me with the snailmail addresses of the Nordfriesischer
Verein fuer Heimatkunde and Heimatliebe, of the Nordfriisk Instituut
(Bredstedt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany) or of any other North or East
Frisian language organization?

Thank you.

Reinhard (Ron) F. Hahn
Seattle, U.S.A.
rhahnu.washington.edu
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Message 2: Church's phonological parser

Date: Thu, 6 Jan 94 15:21:11 GMTChurch's phonological parser
From: Geoffrey Williams <geoffwclus1.ulcc.ac.uk>
Subject: Church's phonological parser

Dear Linguists,

In the mid 1980s Ken Church (then at MIT) wrote a dissertation called
Phonological parsing in speech recognition, plus assorted articles
on that theme.
Does anyone know of any follow-up to this work, by Church himself or
any other researchers? Even any critiques of it would be useful, as
would any comments from people who know the work.

A suitable summary will be forthcoming given sufficient interest.
Many thanks,
Geoff Williams,
Linguistics Dept, SOAS, London
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Message 3: Machine Translation Systems

Date: Thu, 06 Jan 1994 18:30:48 Machine Translation Systems
From: a mcelligott <mcelligottaul.ie>
Subject: Machine Translation Systems


I should be most grateful if you would forward me any opinions,
suggestions and comments you have on the following:

I am interested in finding out what MT systems exist or approaches that
have been adopted in attempts to achieve such systems (all languages
considered) and what impressions you have on same. Also where (if any)
such systems may be accessed or references to same.

Thanking you in anticipation,

Annette McElligott,
Schuman Building,
University of Limerick,
Castletroy,
Limerick,
Ireland.

Tel: 061-333644 ext. 5024.
Fax: +353 61 330876.
Email: mcelligottaul.ie
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Message 4: Bahasa Malaysia (Malay)

Date: Thu, 6 Jan 94 14:17:43 ESTBahasa Malaysia (Malay)
From: <FPAWANucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: Bahasa Malaysia (Malay)

Dear Fellow subscribers,
I am native speaker of Bahasa Malaysia (BM) who is interested in learning
and studying about my own language. I have recently taken up residence in the
US and am beginning to appreciate the beauty of my native language. I would
like information and references to articles etc. that contain linguistic
 descriptions of Bahasa Malaysia. I would like to be able to devote as much time
and effort to studying Bahasa Malaysia as I did to studying English. Your
contributions would be greatly appreciated. I will post a summary for
others interested.
Terima Kasih (Thank you),
fpawanucs.indiana.edu

6/1/94
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