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Rialland, Annie

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Works: 32 works in 55 publications in 2 languages and 687 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Editor, Opponent, Author, 956, Creator, Thesis advisor, 958, Contributor
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Most widely held works by Annie Rialland
Architecture des représentations phonologiques by Bernard Laks( Book )

6 editions published in 1993 in French and held by 98 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Features in phonology and phonetics : posthumous writings by George N Clements( Book )

10 editions published between 2015 and 2017 in English and held by 67 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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Intonation in African tone languages by Laura J Downing( Book )

8 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume brings together two under-investigated areas of intonation typology. While tone languages make up to 70 percent of the world?s languages, only few have been explored for intonation. And even though one third of the world?s languages are spoken in Africa, and most sub-Saharan languages are tone languages, recent collections on tone and intonation typology have almost entirely ignored African languages. This book aims to fill this gap
Proceedings of the 6th World Congress of African Linguistics, Cologne, 17-21 August 2009 by World Congress of African Linguistics( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Systemes prosodiques africains ou fondements empiriques. pour un modele multilineaire by Annie Rialland( Book )

1 edition published in 1988 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La tonologie du shingazidja, langue bantu (G44a) de la Grande Comore nature, formalisation, interfaces by Cédric Patin( Book )

2 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation explores various issues of the tonal system of Shingazidja, a Bantu language spoken on the island of Grande Comore. The main aim is to provide a better understanding of the interaction of tone with both syntactic and information structure. The account presented in this thesis will be proposed within the Optimality Theory framework. Chapters 2 and 3 are devoted to the tonology of the language as it occurs in the noun and the verb phrases. Aspects covered include the number of tonal categories into which the noun falls, final pitch lowering, variability ot tonal realisations, tone shift and OCP phenomena. Most of these processes are analysed in chapter 4 using Optimal Domains Theory (Cassimjee & Kisseberth 1998). Chapter 5 presents substential new data and gives an extensive descriptive inventory of the syntactic and pragmatic factors that influence the phrasing of the language. Chapter 6 discusses from a formal point of view the interaction of phonology with syntax and information structure. The optimal analysis is conducted using constraints on edge-alignment and Wrap XP, a constraint that requires every XP to be contained in a phonological phrase. In particular, it is argued that phrasing in shingazidja is sensitive to functional categories, which is against the Lexical Category Principle commonly assumed in the litterature
Analyse phonologique de l'adaptation japonaise de mots étrangers by Shigeko Shinohara( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

NOUS APPELONS "ADAPTATION JAPONAISE" LE PROCESSUS EN JEU LORSQUE DES LOCUTEURS NATIFS DU JAPONAIS AJUSTENT DES MOTS ETRANGERS DE TELLE FACON QUE LES FORMES RESULTANTES SOIENT ACCEPTABLES EN TANT QUE SEQUENCES SONORES DU JAPONAIS. EN OBSERVANT LES FORMES DE MOTS D'ORIGINE ETRANGERE, ON REMARQUE QU'ELLES PRESENTENT SOUVENT CERTAINES CARACTERISTIQUES ABSENTES DANS LE LEXIQUE INDIGENE. AINSI, LA COMPARAISON ENTRE UNE FORME ADAPTEE ET SON CORRESPONDANT DANS LA LANGUE SOURCE DEVOILE LES REGLES ET LES CONTRAINTES DU JAPONAIS AINSI QUE CELLES DE LA GRAMMAIRE UNIVERSELLE (UG). NOUS VOULONS MONTRER 1) L'IMPORTANCE D'UNE APPROCHE PHONOLOGIQUE FONDEE SUR LES CONTRAINTES ; 2) LE ROLE DE UG DANS LE PROCESSUS DE L'ADAPTATION. NOUS TRAVAILLONS DANS LE CADRE DE LA THEORIE DE L'OPTIMALISE (PRINCE & SMOLENSKY 1993, MCCARTHY & PRINCE 1993AB, 1995) QUI DEFINIT LA GRAMMAIRE D'UNE LANGUE PAR UNE HIERARCHIE DES CONTRAINTES UNIVERSELLES. CES DERNIERES SE DIVISENT EN DEUX CATEGORIES MAJEURES : LES CONTRAINTES STRUCTURALES REFLETANT LES FORMES NON MARQUEES DEFINIES PAR UG ET LES CONTRAINTES DE FIDELITE POUR CONSERVER LES PROPRIETES DE L'INPUT. L'INTERACTION ENTRE LES PROPRIETES DE L'INPUT ETRANGER ET LA FORCE DES CONTRAINTES STRUCTURALES EN JAPONAIS, AINSI QUE LE ROLE DE UG SONT REVELES AU COURS DU PROCESSUS D'ADAPTATION. NOS PRINCIPAUX RESULTATS SONT LES SUIVANTS : L'ACCENTUATION DANS L'ADAPTATION DE MOTS ANGLAIS REFLETE LA SOURCE, PAR CONTRE CELLE DU FRANCAIS ATTRIBUE L'ACCENT PAR DEFAUT. NOUS L'AVONS ANALYSE EN TERMES DE PIED TROCHAIQUE AVEC NON FINALITE - UNE STRUCTURE METRIQUE ATTESTEE DANS LES RECHERCHES ANTERIEURES DANS LES HYPOCORISTIQUE, ETC. L'INFLUENCE DE UG APPARAIT DANS L'EVITEMENT DE LA PROEMINENCE SUR LES VOYELLES EPENTHETIQUES. L'ADAPTATION DES OCCLUSIVES DENTALES DEVANT VOYELLES HAUTES REFLETE UNE PREFERENCE PAR UG DES AFFRIQUEES NON VOISEES AUX VOISEES. AINSI, /TU/ EST ADAPTE AVEC UNE AFFRIQUEE [TS] TANDIS QUE /DU/ EVITE L'AFFRICATION EN ABAISSANT LA VOYELLE EN [O]
Lalies, actes des sessions de linguistique et de littérature, Aussois, 29 août-3 septembre 1983 by Sessions de Linguistique et de Littérature( Book )

1 edition published in 1987 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L' allongement compensatoire dans les représentations phonologiques - nature, contraintes et typologie - by Jean-Marc Beltzung( Book )

2 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation is about Compensatory Lengthening (henceforth CL) and it's formal expression in the phonological representations. Compensatory lengthening is a widespread process accross languages wherin a segment lengthens to compensate the deletion or the migration of a nearby segment. The most represented case, that is the classical CL case, is triggered by the loss of a consonant in the syllable coda position and followed by the subsequent lengthening of the preceding vowel. While classical CL is relatively frequent, CL triggered by the loss of a consonant in the onset position is claimed to be inexistent. Nevertheless, chapter 2 provides some examples of various languages undergoing CL after an onset consonant deletion, what I call "exotic" CL cases. Chapter 3 states that moraic phonology fails to account for this kind of process while, obviously, the segmental theories of the prosodic tier make correct predictions. The chapter 4 is intended to give a short introduction to the Optimality Theory and chapter 5 examines several representations of compensatory lengthening in Optimality Theory framework. There, I shaw that an implementation of the moraic theory in a constraint-based framework faces several problems. Finally, the chapter 6 tries to solve these problems and introduces three optimality theory based accounts of compensatory lengthening. Among them, one deserves a particular attention since it assumes input moraicity revival (cf. Hyman 1985)
Systèmes prosodiques africains ou fondements empiriques pour modèle multilinéaire by Annie Rialland( )

1 edition published in 1988 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La focalisation à l'interface de la syntaxe et de la phonologie : le cas du français dans une perspective typologique by Fatima Hamlaoui( )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This dissertation has as its objective to investigate syntax-phonology interactions in the expression of pragmatic focus, semantic focus and givenness in Francilian French, the dialect of French spoken in the Paris metropolitan area. It concentrates on three puzzles : the subject-non-subject asymmetry in the use of cleft sentences as an answering strategy to wh-questions, the occurrence of both fronted and in situ wh-questions, and so-called wh-questions' intervention effects. The phenomena investigated are accounted for through the ranking of the constraints Stress-Focus, NotGivenProminent, Destress-Given, Head-I-Right [Hi], Op-spec and Epp, within the Strongly Parallel Optimal Theoretic approach. As this thesis offers a typological perspective, languages as varied as English, Korean, Italian, Japanese, Northern Sotho and Zulu are also discussed and contrasted to French
Description linguistique du shiwa, langue bantu du Gabon. : phonologie, morphologie, syntaxe, lexique. by Régis Ollomo Ella Ngyeme Ebang'a( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The present work is a linguistic description of the Shiwa, a Bantu language of northeastern Gabon. The thesis has three parts preceded by a general introduction. It places the Shiwa and Shiwa in their geographical, sociolinguistic and sociocultural environment. The introduction also presents the data used and the conditions of their collection.Phonetics and phonology part use the functionalist perspective. Shiwa has many phonetic realisations, a complex phonological system and six tones. Phonetic complexity is related to the monosyllabisation. It generates complex consonants, palatalized, labialized, affricates, centralized and nasalized vowels. The phonological system has multiple mechanisms of free, combinatorial and contextual variations.The morphology is based on the London School methods. It brings to light a system with classical Bantu agreements system. However, the language has few classes and agreements marks. It uses the same singular prefixes for all classes.The lexicon contain 1104 words, transcribed, segmented, classified by class and linking to the audio Annex.In addition to the elements of linguistic description, the thesis includes a sound data. This contain a part of data collected during our investigations: ten hours of recordings on specialized lexicons, questionnaires and stories
Une approche multilineaire de la variation dialectale des consonnes occlusives et liquides chez les pecheurs de Florianópolis by Teresinha de Moraes Brenner( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

ON SE PROPOSE, DANS CETTE APPROCHE, DE PRESENTER UNE DESCRIPTION DE LA "COMPETENCE PERFORMANCE" DES PECHEURS DE L'ILE DE FLORINOPOLIS SC BRESIL. L'ANALYSE SE RESTREINT AUX CONSONNES OCCLUSIVES ET LIQUIDES,EN S'APPUYANT SUR LES RAPPORTS ENTRE LA PHONOLOGIE ET LA PHONETIQUE. LA BASE THEORIQUE SE FONDE SUR LA THEORIE MULTILINEAIRE (ENCREVE, 1988, D'ENTRE AUTRES) ET LA MODELISATION DES TRAITSPHONOLOGIQUES (CLEMENTS) ET ENCORE SUR LES THEORIES PHONETIQUES ACTUELLES. LA DESCRIPTION SE FAIT EN COUCHES HIERARCHIQUES METTANT EN EVIDENCE LES CONCEPTS DE RELATION ET DE DOMINANCE. ON A ENREGISTRE UN "CORPUS" SUR LE TERRAIN DANS L'ANNEE 1992. LES DONNEES ONT ETE ANALYSEES PHONETIQUEMENT SUR LES ORDINATEURS PC ET MACINTOSH. ON A POUR BUT DE PROUVER QUE L'APERTURE ASSOCIEE A D'AUTRES VARIABLES AFFECTE LE PHENOMENE VARIATIONNEL. AINSI, TOUCHE-T-IL PLUS PROFONDEMENT LES CONSONNES LIQUIDES ET LA SOUS-CATEGORIE CONCERNANT LA LATERALE. LA VARIATION S'EXPLIQUE PAR LE FLOTTEMENT DES ELEMENTS, AUTREMENT DIT, PAR LA POSSIBILITE DE CHOIX DU LOCUTEUR AU NIVEAU DU LEXIQUE. EN FAIT, LA GRAMMAIRE DES PECHEURS DE FLORIANOPOLIS INTEGRE, DANS LE NIVEAU EXPLICATIF, LES PRINCIPES UNIVERSELS DU LANGAGE MIS EN CAUSE PAR LES THEORIES PLUS AVANCEES CI-DESSUS INDIQUEES
Caractérisation phonétique et phonologique du syntagme intermédiaire en français : de la production à la perception by Amandine Michelas( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The work described here is grounded by two major observations. Firstly, most of the French intonation models agree on the existence of two levels of prosodic phrasing: the accentual phrase and the intonation phrase. Secondly, although the existence of an additional level of structure ranked between these two levels has been proposed for French, the phonetic and phonological properties of this intermediate phrase (ip) have not been clearly defined. In this thesis we provide evidence for the existence of an intermediate level of phrasing in French through both speech production and perception studies. Results of five experiments conducted within the framework of laboratory phonology revealed specific ip phonetic and phonological properties and tested its role in the perceptual processing of language. The production studies showed that the ip is the domain of downstep in French and that its right boundary is marked by a phrase accent responsible for a return to the register reference line. Analyses conducted in perception showed that the accentual phrase and intermediate phrase right boundaries are used early in the syntactic processing. Phonetic and phonological indices at these boundaries allow French listeners to build expectations about the syntactic structure of spoken utterances. A separate analysis of different types of acoustic cues showed that without tonal marking, pre-boundary lengthening seems to be sufficient to mark the accentual phrase boundary. Joint marking through melodic and lengthening cues appears to be necessary to perceive and make use of the ip boundary in language processing
Features in Phonology and Phonetics Posthumous Writings by Nick Clements and Coauthors( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Parcours d'acquisition des sons du langage chez deux enfants francophones. by Naomi Yamaguchi( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cette thèse traite de l'acquisition des consonnes par des enfants francophones monolingues. Son but est de montrer que l'utilisation des traits distinctifs et des principes qui leur sont associés (hiérarchie des traits, évitement de la marque, économie des traits) rend compte du parcours d'acquisition des consonnes en français. Le corpus de cette thèse est constitué des productions spontanées longitudinales (pendant 16 et 28 mois) de deux enfants francophones. L'analyse a dégagé deux grandes étapes dans le parcours d'acquisition des contrastes consonantiques. Chacune d'elle repose sur l'intervention d'un principe associé aux traits distinctifs. La première étape rend compte de l'acquisition isolée des contrastes opposant les consonnes, dont l'ordre est guidé par le principe de hiérarchie des traits, exprimé par leur robustesse : plus un trait est robuste, plus il sera acquis rapidement. L'acquisition d'un trait suppose également l'acquisition des deux valeurs de ce trait par l'intervention du principe d'évitement de la marque : la valeur non-marquée de chaque trait sera acquise avant la valeur marquée. La seconde étape consiste en la diffusion, à l'ensemble du système, d'un trait acquis de façon isolée. Cette diffusion est guidée par le principe d'économie des traits : plus un trait participe à l'économie du système, plus il se diffusera rapidement. Afin d'extraire de l'input de l'enfant, l'information utile nous permettant d'exprimer l'actualisation de chaque principe dans la langue, nous avons conçu des calculs de fréquence des traits. Nous avons établi un lien entre l'expression des principes de hiérarchie, d'évitement de la marque et d'économie, et ces différentes fréquences des traits dans le langage adressé à l'enfant. En appréhendant l'acquisition consonantique comme l'acquisition de contrastes au sein d'un système, nous avons modélisé le parcours d'acquisition des consonnes grâce aux traits distinctifs et à leurs principes associés, en le mettant en regard des travaux sur la structuration des inventaires sonores adultes
Proceedings of the Workshop BantuSynPhonIS Preverbal Domain(s)( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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