|Phonology Lecture Notes|
|B651: Computational Models of Language Behavior|
Michael Gasser, University of Indianna
Grammar, word recognition, semantic anomalies, discourse, written word recognition, definition of words, connectionist models, and more are covered in these well organized linguistics course notes.
Baris Kabak, University of Delaware
Phonology I gives the students the basic tools and concepts for the description of phonological systems and processes and introduces them to the fundamentals of generative phonology. We will start with segmental phonology, considering the ways in which the smallest phonological units, features, characterize the structure of sounds and their distributions. We will also see how phonological features are useful in exploring various sound changes and phonological processes in adult and child speech. In the second part of the course, we will move on to larger phonological units, in particular syllables and feet, dealing with English syllable structure and rhythm.
|Sound Structure of Language|
Various, University of Pennsylvania
Some topics of this course include Apparent design features of human spoken language, The Phonological Principle, A simple example of phonological elements and structures, From phonemes to mouth gestures and noises (and back again), and other phonetic topics.
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