21 May 2003
Julian Bradfield (Computer Science)
Concurrency and Phonology
This talk presents some very preliminary ideas on the use of concurrency, and in particular the rich computer science notion of concurrency, in phonetics and phonology. After a brief description of the CS concept, I'll consider, as time permits, its application to formal models of phonology, to relating different phonological theories, to click languages and to speech recognition. I hope for your feedback!
A more detailed abstract can be found here.