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Ian Maddieson is a professor emeritus of linguistics at the University of New Mexico and who was previously at the University of California, Berkeley.. He was Vice-President of the International Phonetic Association and Secretary of the Association for Laboratory Phonology.
加利福尼亞大學洛杉磯分校音段庫存數據庫（英語： UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database ），簡稱UPSID，是一個蒐集了451種語言 音素的數據庫。 該數據庫由美國 加利福尼亞大學洛杉磯分校 的 語音學家 伊恩‧馬迪森 （ 英语 ： Ian Maddieson ） 於1984年建立，並曾 ...
Data. Languages. Ethnologue: Descriptions of many, many languages of the world TSL Online Dictionary; WALS: The World Atlas of Language Structures Online Phonological cross-linguistic databases. Phoneme inventories UPSID interface (UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database) PHOIBLE Online; Phonological patterns P-base: Natural classes
The Afrikaans segment inventory consists of vowels and consonants. Most of these segments can both stand on their own and form complex segments with each other (under certain restrictions).
مختصات مرکز پزشکی رونالد ریگان دانشگاه کالیفرنیا در لس آنجلس (به انگلیسی: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center)، از موسسات برجسته در آموزش، پژوهش و مراقبتهای پزشکی در کشور آمریکا
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phonetic and phonological comparison requiring different types and quantities of information is argued. 1. INTRODUCTION Over recent years UPSID [9,10] (UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database) has become a popular tool in compara-tive phonetic and phonological research and teaching, e.g. [8,4].
3 Figure (1) Marathi consonant chart The UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database (UPSID) indexes the inventories from 451 languages. Among them, five languages (1.11% of the total) utilize
Ditidaht and Makah are part of an interesting language area that also includes the neighboring but unrelated languages Lushootseed, Twana, and Quileute. These languages have no nasal vowels or consonants, a characteristic exhibited by less than one percent of the world's languages (according to the UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database).