List of John Benjamins publications for which Marc Bourdeau plays a role.
Phonological planes and spaces A quantitative study on five corpora. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 113/114, pp. 349–3781996.
We describe a statistical methodology that provides a quantitative definition of the concept of phonological space that has been used for a long time as a purely qualitative description of languages. We apply this description to five corpora : four of French language, and one of Polish language. We… read more | Article
A Quantitative Framework for Phonology. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 87/88, pp. 121–1501990.
Various parameters pertaining to selection and sequencing patterns are defined on phonological chains broadly transcribed. We apply some multivariate schemes with these parameters to produce quantitative frames for the phonological study of part of the Sankoff-Cedergren corpus of Montreal French,… read more | Article
A Quantification Of Phoneme Productions: Applications to deviant languages. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 74, pp. 17–451986.
Using continuous variables derived in information theory and from a Markovian model of phonemic chaining, we have anamysed some strings of jar-gonic speech of French speakers (glossolalics, schizophasics, aphasies, poets) and of natural French2. These anamyses give a quantitative meaning to the… read more | Article