OO correspondence; Why cyclic rule application is the wrong idea (cont.)
1.
Outline
!a better analysis of Palestinian Arabic: OO
correspondence !base priority in OT analyses; !cyclic
domains
!base-derivative similarity, productivity and level ordering
2.

TETU and Non-reduplicative correspondence
(1)
Todays agenda
Finish up discussion of reduplication with a brief discussion of xed segmentism
Move on to correspondence relations beyond those found in morphological reduplication
TETU and xed segmentism
(2)
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Reduplicative
correspondence
(1)
Summary
RED copies the base: the initial evidence for BR
correspondence Does Base copy RED?
Problems for BR correspondence
the final evidence for BR correspondence
(2)
Javanese
(a) Phonology
Final rounding: a -> O/ _#

Correspondence appendix
(1) Essentials of correspondence:
Basics: Two expressions, S and S may be viewed as identical at some level of
1
2,
abstraction. Correspondence theory characterizes the extent of their formal
similarity.
E.g. [bAm] (bomb) and [bAmb

Correspondence basics (revised, augmented)
Plan: review basic correspondence notions and constraints
why any theory of phonology sooner or later recognizes a theory of
correspondence loan adaptation
meter and metrical
tension rhyming
segments vs. featu

Opaque interactions with rules and constraints
1.
a.
Linear Rule Systems
Underlying representations (URs) are mapped to surface representations
(SRs) by sequential application of phonological rules.
b. Rules have an ordering that is determined by the lang

Cyclicity and its OT translations
Outline:
!Characterize and illustrate the cyclic
syndrome. !Laws predicted by cyclic rule
application
!An example of what cyclic application does/does not derive
Properties of cyclic rule application
(1) The cyclic syndro

Reduplication and its basic laws
(1) Summary
main issues in analysis of reduplication; connection to correspondence
theory templates and theories of templates
the prosodic theory of templates and its consequences for Base RED
corresp. markedness and RED