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Wang Jialing (simplified Chinese: 王嘉龄; traditional Chinese: 王嘉齡; pinyin: Wáng Jiālíng; November 28, 1934 – June 23, 2008) was a Chinese theoretical linguist specializing in phonology.
Wang Jialing (simplified Chinese: 王嘉龄; traditional Chinese: 王嘉齡; pinyin: Wáng Jiālíng; November 28, 1934 – June 23, 2008) was a Chinese theoretical linguist specializing in phonology. He started his career teaching at Tianjin Middle School from 1954-1960.
Studies in Chinese Phonology. Ed. by Wang, Jialing, Smith, Norval. Series:Linguistic Models 20. De gruyter mouton. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable.
Studies in Chinese Phonology book. Studies in Chinese Phonology (Linguistic Models, 20). ISBN. 3110139537 (ISBN13: 9783110139532). 23 x 15,5 cm. 295 pages. Cloth DM 168,-/approx. US$ 12. 0 ISBN 3-11-013953-7 Linguistic Models 20. Mouton de Gruyter Berlin New York. Jialing Wang, Norval P. Smith. A Hierarchical Approach to Forest Landscape Pattern Characterization. Jialing Wang, Xiaojun Yang. From the contents: Lexical and postlexical tone sandhi in Chongming. Resolving the paradox of Tianjin tone sandhi. Mandarin third tone sandhi and prosodic structure.
In Studies in Chinese and Sino-Tibetan Linguistics: Dialect, Phonology .
Taipei: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica, 429–56.
Autosegmental Treatment of Segmental Processes in Chinese Phonology Wang, Jialing & Norval Smith 1997. Studies in Chinese Phonology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Autosegmental Treatment of Segmental Processes in Chinese Phonology. The University of Texas at Austin. Modelling of the segmental and prosodic aspects of speech intensity in synthetic speech, Proceedings of the Ninth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Melbourne. Tonogenesis in Southeast Asia. Wang, Jialing & Norval Smith 1997.
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First, in a cross-linguistic study, tone inventories were found to influence the categorization of multi-talker tone stimuli. Mandarin listeners correctly categorized multi-talker stimuli in isolation (. intrinsic normalization), whereas Cantonese listeners performed poorly. These models should be carefully tested in future studies with necessary modifications to reach a deeper and more general understanding of the mechanisms of talker normalization, and the nature of the representations of speech sounds in the brain. Jinzhi Su. LIVAC as a Monitoring Corpus for Tracking Trends beyond Linguistics.
In Studies in Chinese Phonology, e. The Representation of the Neutral Tone in Chinese Putonghua. Jialing Wang and Norval Smith, 157–183.
In Studies in Chinese Phonology, ed. Jialing Wang and Noval Smith, 81–123. In Studies in Chinese Phonology, ed. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Wightman, Colin . Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Mari Ostendorf, and Patti J. Price. Segmental Durations in the Vicinity of Prosodic Phrase Boundaries.
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