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Generating Feature Vectors from Phonetic Transcriptions in Cross-Linguistic Data Formats

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May 07, 2024
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A Computational Model for the Assessment of Mutual Intelligibility Among Closely Related Languages

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Feb 05, 2024
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Are Sounds Sound for Phylogenetic Reconstruction?

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Feb 05, 2024
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Representing and Computing Uncertainty in Phonological Reconstruction

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Oct 19, 2023
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Information-Theoretic Characterization of Vowel Harmony: A Cross-Linguistic Study on Word Lists

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Aug 09, 2023
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Trimming Phonetic Alignments Improves the Inference of Sound Correspondence Patterns from Multilingual Wordlists

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Mar 31, 2023
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Inference of Partial Colexifications from Multilingual Wordlists

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Feb 01, 2023
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Detecting Lexical Borrowings from Dominant Languages in Multilingual Wordlists

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Feb 01, 2023
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A New Framework for Fast Automated Phonological Reconstruction Using Trimmed Alignments and Sound Correspondence Patterns

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Apr 10, 2022
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Are Automatic Methods for Cognate Detection Good Enough for Phylogenetic Reconstruction in Historical Linguistics?

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Apr 15, 2018
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