LINGUIST List 9.124

Tue Jan 27 1998

Books: Phonology

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  1. Jean Veronis, Time Map Phonology

Message 1: Time Map Phonology

Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 20:52:58 +0100
From: Jean Veronis <Jean.Veronislpl.univ-aix.fr>
Subject: Time Map Phonology




 KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS
 TEXT, SPEECH AND LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY
 Volume 5
 Series editors: Nancy Ide and Jean Veronis


 TIME MAP PHONOLOGY
 Finite State Models and Event Logics in Speech Recognition

 Julie Carson-Berndsen
 University of Bielefeld, Germany

Time Map Phonology addresses key areas of sound structure at which the two
technologies of natural language processing and speech technology are
beginning to converge. Solutions are presented to the problems of how to
process words which have not been heard before and how to develop
fine-grained knowledge representation and processing techniques for
linguistic units smaller than the word. The solutions are based on a
careful comparison of linguistic theories and on the investigation of
computational techniques for the next generation of flexible spoken
language input and output devices. The approach has been fully implemented
for the vocabulary of German and subjected to quantitative evaluation. 

Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-4883-4, December 1997


Contents
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Preface.

1. Introduction. 
2. Phonology and Computation. 
3. Finite State Techniques in Computational Phonology.
4. The Event Concept in Time Map Phonology. 
5. Phonotactic Descriptions and Their Representation. 
6. Excursus: Constraint-Based Segmental Phonological Parsing. 
7. Constraint-Based Phonological Parsing: An Event-Based Approach. 
8. SILPA. 
9. Evaluation. 
10. Conclusion. 

Appendix A: SAMPA Phonetic Alphabet for German. 
Appendix B: The Chomsky Hierarchy. 
Appendix C: Event-Based Phonotactic Network for German. 

Bibliography. 
Index.
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 PREVIOUS VOLUMES


 Volume 1: Recent Advances in Parsing Technology
 Harry Bunt, Masaru Tomita
 Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-4152-X, 1996

 Volume 2: Corpus-Based Methods in Language and Speech Processing
 Steve Young, Gerrit Bloothooft
 Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-4463-4, 1997

 Volume 3: An introduction to text-to-speech synthesis
 Thierry Dutoit
 Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-4498-7 

 Volume 4: Exploring textual data
 Ludovic Lebart, Andre Salem and Lisette Berry
 Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-4840-0, December 1997

Check the series Web page for order information:

 http://kapis.www.wkap.nl/kapis/CGI-BIN/WORLD/series.htm?TLTB


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