Re: Phoneme distribution
|From:||Jeffrey Henning <jeffrey@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, February 27, 2000, 6:41|
Ed Heil <uncorrected@...> comunu:
> Jeffrey Henning wrote:
> > > It is quite common to see tables of how different letters aredistributed
> > > in typical texts of a given language, but have there been any similar
> > > investigations regarding phonemes of the spoken language?
> 1. Record a large corpus of language
I just want to point out that you're not replying to me there, but to the
person I replied to.
> > Yes, this can happen. Which is why when I was releasing an update of
> > LangMaker/Win language creation software I added the capability forpeople
> > to weight particular phonemes to occur more often.
> Is this a recent new update?
No. That was added in version 1.05 on May 7, 1997.
The most recent version is 1.11, which fixes the "Out of subscript range"
error some people experienced:
This link is just to the EXE itself; you still need to download 1.10 and
then this update.
http://www.LangMaker.com/ - Invent Your Own Language
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