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This dissertation examines the association between the emotional dominance of verbs and the perception, or inference, of character gender. In the context of this dissertation, emotional dominance is described as the perceived level of power, or control, exerted by a verb. I hypothesize that when...
Grapheme-to-phoneme conversion (G2P) is the task of converting a word, represented by a sequence of graphemes, to its pronunciation, represented by a sequence of phonemes. The G2P task plays a crucial role in speech synthesis systems, and is an important part of other applications, including...
Cognates are words in related languages that have originated from the same word in an ancestor language, such as the English/German word pair father/Vater. Cognate information is critical in the field of historical linguistics, where it is used to determine the relationships between languages and...
Natural Language Processing (NLP) develops computational approaches to processing language data. Supervised machine learning has become the dominant methodology of modern NLP. The performance of a supervised NLP system crucially depends on the amount of data available for training. In the...
Grapheme-to-phoneme conversion (G2P) and machine transliteration are important tasks in natural language processing. Supplemental data can often help resolve difficult ambiguities: existing transliterations of the same word can help choose among a G2P system’s candidate output transcriptions;...
Sedelow, Sally Y., Sedelow, Walter A., Ruggles, Terry, Gerbner, George, Holsti, Ole R., Krippendorff, Klaus, Paisley, William K., Stone, Philip J., Horowitz, Floyd R., Kachru, Braj B., Stahlke, Herbert, Bryan, Robert, Ford, Frank, Harris, Herbert, Taylor, Scott, Smith, Walter L., Bardez, Joan N., H. Buttelmann, William, Hickok, William G., Peters, Joan, Gerig, Thomas, Rosen, Larry, Smith, John B., Lewis, Peggy, Warfel, Sam, Dillon, Martin, Shaffer, Juliet, Joyce, Frank, Kosakowski, Thomas, Wagner, David, Wright, Harrel, Fisher, Gerald, Sawin, Lewis, Rockwell, Geoffrey, Nyhan, Julianne, Sinclair, Stéfan
This is a collection of items from the personal collection of Sally Yeates Sedelow, sent to Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell at the University of Alberta over the course of several years in the 2010s. The collection contains published journal articles, conference presentations, Sally Sedelow's C.V., working...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2012: The objective of this research is the continued documentation of Upper Necaxa Totonac (UNT), an endangered Totonacan language of the Sierra Madre Oriental in Puebla State, Mexico, and the expansion of this project to selected sister languages in the Northern Totonac area....