An San Choly

Full Professor

Belinskogo street, 58, office 208

Эл. почта:


Publication Dowload Links
1. On the loan adaptation of Russian plosives in Korean link
2. French loanword adaptation in Korean: vowel epenthesis
3. The Russian ikan’e process revisited
4. On the alternation of the “modesty” suffix in Middle Korean
5. Teaching English intonation through learner utterances with clones native intonation
6. English voicing in dimensional theory
7. On the evolution of the laryngeal contrasts in Korean
8. Loan adaptation of Japanese fricatives/affricates in Korean
9. On the intonational pattern of Russian declaratives: An analysis by synthesis
10. On the ambivalent representation of the Korean liquid
11. Schwa insertion in English
12. Laryngeal representation in English
13. Laryngeal contrasts in loanword phonology: A case from Korean and Thai
14. Phonological Variation in Optimality Theory
15. Onset clusters in Middle Korean revisited
16. A Cyclic Optimality Analysis of Polish Vowel Alternation
17. An optimality approach to the diachronic palatalization processes in Slavic
18. Towards an optimal account of diachronic chain shifts II: French vowels
19. Dimensions in Korean Laryngeal Phonology
20. A dispersion account of the emergence of the Korean palatals
21. An optimality-theoretic approach to the voicing assimilation in Polish
22. Towards an optimal account of diachronic chain shifts
23. English interdental substitution
24. An Optimality Approach to the Diachronic Changes of Korean Off-glides
25. An optimality approach to the Great Vowel Shift
26. A dispersion account on Middle Korean Vowel shifts
27. Post-Obstruent Tensing in Korean Reconsidered
28. An Optimality Approach to Chain Shifts: Nasal Vowel Lowering in French
29. Consonantal coalescence in affixation: English class 1 prefixation
30. Root-faithfulness and coalescence in English prefixation
31. Optimality Theoretic Approach to Morpho-Syntactic Nominalization
32. Reduplication in Optimality Theory: Input-Reduplicant Faithfulness
33. Identity and conservatism in English word formation
34. Reduplication in Optimality Theory
35. Phonological aspects in causative suffixation
36. Constraints in verbal compounding
37. A two-root analysis for irregular conjugation: an optimality approach
38. Phonological constraints on word-formation
39. Causative Allomorphy in Korean
40. The Acoustics of Speech Production
41. Syllabic Phonology
42. Markedness in phonological process
43. On the role of Sonority in Feature Representation
44. A Unified Approach to Feature Representation
45. Characteristics and Application of Pronunciation Dictionaries
46. Vowel deletion and epenthesis: the vowel
47. Tone pattern in Kyengnam dialect
48. Underspecification and the Korean vowel system
49. On the model of the lexicon for English-Korean machine translation
50. On the description of a diagonal vowel harmony process: a particle analysis
51. Types of node-dependent underspecification in Korean
52. An overview of the theory of underspecification
53. Features in nonlinear phonology
54. A revised theory of syllabic phonology
55. A multi-tiered analysis of syllable structure
56. On the derivation of causative/passive suffixes in Korean
57. Lexical phonology: Introductory remarks
58. On l-deletion: a lexical approach
59. Generalized phrase structure rules for English-Korean machine translation
60. On the development of lexical phonology and morphology
61. On the nature of h in Korean
62. Harmony process in Korean
63. Syllabification process in Korean
64. Vowel harmony: A multi-tiered and lexical approach
65. Korean Phonology
66. Linguistic Analyses in Optimality Theory
67. Understanding Optimality Theory
68. Morphology
69. An Introduction to Korean Phonology
70. Practical Grammar