Rethinking reduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on conditions, mechanisms, and domains for phonetic variation

Francesco Cangemi (Editor), Meghan Clayards (Editor), Oliver Niebuhr (Editor), Barbara Schuppler (Editor), Margaret Zellers (Editor)

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Abstract

Phonetically reduced forms are plentiful, theoretically interesting, and a key challenge for automatic speech recognition systems. Yet canonical forms are still central to models of production and perception. Drawing from different fields and diverse languages, this volume brings new insights to the debate on abstractions and canonical forms in linguistics: their psychological reality, descriptive adequacy, and technical implementability.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherDe Gruyter
Number of pages306
ISBN (Print)9783110524178, 9783110521634
ISBN (Electronic)9783110521719
Publication statusPublished - 1. Jun 2018
SeriesPhonology and Phonetics
Volume25
ISSN1861-4191

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Keywords

  • speech
  • reduction
  • phonetics
  • Perception
  • assimilation
  • lenition
  • elision

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Cangemi, F., Clayards, M., Niebuhr, O., Schuppler, B., & Zellers, M. (Eds.) (2018). Rethinking reduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on conditions, mechanisms, and domains for phonetic variation. Berlin: De Gruyter. Phonology and Phonetics, Vol.. 25
Cangemi, Francesco (Editor) ; Clayards, Meghan (Editor) ; Niebuhr, Oliver (Editor) ; Schuppler, Barbara (Editor) ; Zellers, Margaret (Editor). / Rethinking reduction : Interdisciplinary perspectives on conditions, mechanisms, and domains for phonetic variation. Berlin : De Gruyter, 2018. 306 p. (Phonology and Phonetics, Vol. 25).
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Cangemi F, (ed.), Clayards M, (ed.), Niebuhr O, (ed.), Schuppler B, (ed.), Zellers M, (ed.). Rethinking reduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on conditions, mechanisms, and domains for phonetic variation. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018. 306 p. (Phonology and Phonetics, Vol. 25).