Fingerprints of Rhthm in Natural Language
published: Feb. 25, 2007, recorded: May 2005, views: 143
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This talk reviews a list of recent results on the rhythmic classes hypothesis produced by the Tycho Brahe Project. I start with results on the rhythmic classification of speech data based on the speech sonority. Then, I address the question of the identification of fingerprints of rhythm in Brazilian and European written texts. I conclude discussing the role fingerprints of rhythm may play in language acquisition and change.
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