Re: signal and noise in phonologies and scripts
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 7, 2001, 21:14|
Jörg Rhiemeier wrote:
>Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...> wrote:
> > joglaran wrote:
> > >The remaining combinations simply don't occur.
> > >English, for example, has /b/, /p/ and /m/, but no /m_h/ (that's a
> > >voiceless /m/).
> > >
> > > >>
> > >
> > >Sorry to nitpick but due to the universal quest for consistency that
> > >occurs every so often, I think the voiceless marker is _0 (IPA under-
> > >ring). I think that aspiration is _h.
> > Depends on what ASCII-IPA scheme the original writer used. _0 is the
> > voicelessness marker in X-SAMPA (and it's jolly ugly too), while the _h
> > the voicelessness marker in CPA (and it's only moderately ugly!).
>And of course I used CPA, where voiceless is _h and aspiration is ^h.
>(It goes without saying that I use CPA in all my posts, or what did
In case that "you" refers to me, I didn't remember who wrote that /m_h/
originally, and "joglaran" didn't indicate the source of his quote.
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