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Author Halle, Morris.

Title From memory to speech and back : papers on phonetics and phonology, 1954-2002 / by Morris Halle.

Published Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, 2002.

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 UniM Bail  414 HALL    AVAILABLE
Physical description vi, 261 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Phonology and phonetics ; 3.
Phonology and phonetics ; 3.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Why and How do We Study the Sounds of Speech? (1954) (Georgetown University Monograph on Languages and Linguistics, No. 7, pp. 73-83) / Morris Halle 18 -- Speech Recognition: A Model and a Program for Research (1962) (IRE Transactions of the PGIT IT-8, pp. 155-159) / Morris Halle, Kenneth N. Stevens 25 -- On the Feature "Advanced Tongue Root" (1969) (MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics Quarterly Progress Report #94, pp. 209-15) / Morris Halle, Kenneth N. Stevens 37 -- A Note on Laryngeal Features (1971) (MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics Quarterly Progress Report #101, pp. 198-213) / Morris Halle, Kenneth N. Stevens 45 -- Theoretical Issues in Phonology in the 1970's (1972) (Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Phonetic Sciences Mouton, The Hague, pp. 179-205, Andre Rigault & Rene Charbonneau (eds.)) / Morris Halle 62 -- Review of Peter Ladefoged, Preliminaries to Linguistic Phonetics (1973) (Language 49, 926-33) / Morris Halle 83 -- Knowledge Unlearned and Untaught: What Speakers Know about the Sounds of their Language (1978) (Linguistic Theory and Psychological Reality, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 294-303, M. Halle, J. Bresnan and G. A. Miller (eds.)) / Morris Halle 95 -- On Distinctive Features and their Articulatory Implementation (1983) (Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 1, pp. 91-105, Kluwer Academic Publishers) / Morris Halle 105 -- Speculations about the Representations of Words in Memory (1985) (Phonetic Linguistics Academic Press, Orlando, Florida, pp. 101-114, V. Fromkin (ed.)) / Morris Halle 122 -- On the Relationship of Phonology and Phonetics: Comments on B. Lindblom 'On the Origin and Purpose of Discreteness and Invariance in Sound Patterns' (1986) (Invariance and Variability in Speech Processes, L. Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, New Jersey, pp. 510-520, G. Perkell and D. Klatt (eds.)) / Sylvain Bromberger, Morris Halle 137 -- Why Phonology is Different (1989) (Linguistic Inquiry, 20, pp. 51-70) / Sylvain Bromberger, Morris Halle 150 -- Knowledge of Language and the Sounds of Speech (1991) (Music, Language, Speech and Brain, MacMillian Press, London, pp. 1-19, J. Sundberg, L. Nord and R. Carlson (eds.)) / Morris Halle, Kenneth N. Stevens 176 -- Feature Geometry and Feature Spreading (1995) (Linguistic Inquiry, 26, pp. 1-46, MIT Press) / Morris Halle 196.
Subject Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
Phonetics.
ISBN 3110171422 (cloth : alk. paper)
3110171430 (paperback: alk. paper)