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Geometria proprietatum est doctrina phonologica a Georgio N. Clements anno 1985 posita. Propriae linguae proprietates per geometriam hierarchiam constanter conformatam, potius quam per matricem, repraesentat.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Clements, G. N., et S. J. Keyser. 1983. CV Phonology: a Generative Theory of the Syllable. Linguistic Inquiry Monograph 9. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: MIT Press.
  • Clements, G. N. 1985. The Geometry of Phonological Features. Phonology Yearbook 2:225–252.
  • Clements, G. N., et Elizabeth Hume. 1995. The Internal Organization of Speech Sounds. In Handbook of Phonological Theory, ed. John Goldsmith, 245–306. Oxoniae: Basil Blackwell
  • Halle, M. 1995. Feature Geometry and Feature Spreading. Linguistic Inquiry 26(1):1–46.
  • Halle, M. 2005. Palatalization/Velar Softening: What It Is and What It Tells Us about the Nature of Language. Linguistic Inquiry 36:23–41.
  • Padgett, Jaye. 1995. Stricture in Feature Geometry. Stanfordiae: CSLI Publications. ISBN 1-881526-67-4.
  • Sagey, E. 1986. The Representation of Features and Relations in Nonlinear Phonology. PhD Dissertatio, MIT.
  • Uyechi, Linda. 1996. The Geometry of Visual Phonology. Stanfordiae: CSLI Publications. ISBN 1-57586-013-9.

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