Defining and Counting Phonological Classes in Cross-linguistic Segment Databases

LREC 2016 Dan DediuScott Moisik

Recently, there has been an explosion in the availability of large, good-quality cross-linguistic databases such as WALS (Dryer {\&} Haspelmath, 2013), Glottolog (Hammarstrom et al., 2015) and Phoible (Moran {\&} McCloy, 2014). Databases such as Phoible contain the actual segments used by various languages as they are given in the primary language descriptions... (read more)

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