This volume is based on papers that were presented at the international conference Frontiers in Comparative Metrics, held at Tallinn University from November 21 to November 22, and at the University of Tartu on November 23, 2008.
|Statement||Mihhail Lotman & Maria-Kristiina Lotman (eds)|
|Series||Linguistic insights : studies in language and communication -- v. 113|
|LC Classifications||P224 .F76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011018749|
Frontiers in Comparative Prosody: In Memoriam: Mikhail Gasparov Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review Lotman, Mihhail, Lotman, Maria-Kristiina. This volume is based on papers that were presented at the international conference Frontiers in Comparative Metrics, held at Tallinn University from November 21 to Novem and at the University of Tartu on Novem Different aspects of comparative prosody are treated, drawing from contemporary approaches such as cognitive metrics, generative modelling, experimental phonetics, etc. Special emphasis is placed on the linguistic typology of verse forms as well as on their origin and historical evolution. Frontiers in Comparative Prosody In memoriam: Mikhail Gasparov Series: Seiichi Suzuki, David Chisholm, Geoffrey Russom, Marina Tarlinskaja, and others. Different aspects of comparative prosody are treated, drawing from contemporary approaches such as cognitive metrics, generative modelling, experimental phonetics, etc. Special emphasis is.
Within a comparative approach to animal communication systems, I hypothesize that the ability for emotional and interactional prosody (EIP) paved the way for the evolution of linguistic prosody – and perhaps also of music, continuing to play a vital role in the acquisition of by: The following is an outline of the musical elements that are based on the sounds of the womb: pulse (pulse is understood as the regular, underlying beat that defines the meter), amplitude contour of pulse, meter, musical notes, elements related to prosody (syllabic contour, melodic rhythm, melodic accents, phrase length, Cited by: 9. Frontiers Media SA Science Ecology and Evolution Chemical Ecology Keywords: venom,evolutionary ecology,Biodiversity,Comparative genomics,toxins,Biotechnology. Open-access publisher of peer-reviewed scientific articles across the entire spectrum of academia. Research network for academics to stay up-to-date with the latest scientific publications, events, jobs, video lectures, blogs and news.
Frontiers in Comparative Medicine was first published in In this initial volume of the series to be based on the Wesley W. Spink Lectures on Comparative Medicine, Dr. Beveridge, the noted British scientist, discusses the contributions to human medicine resulting from studies of disease in animals. The book serves as an excellent Cited by: 5. Articles published in the section Comparative Psychology will benefit from the Frontiers impact and tiering system after online publication. Authors of published original research with the highest impact, as judged democratically by the readers, will be invited by the Chief Editor to write a Frontiers Focused Review -. Frontiers in Comparative Prosody Tsur suggests that a reader’s rhythmical performance of complex lines (i.e., lines in which the linguistic pattern and the versification pattern diverge) may be regarded as a problem-solving activity that makes the conflicting patterns perceptible. Frontiers in Comparative Prosody: In memoriam: Mikhail Gasparov This volume incorporates some of the most important trends in linguistically-oriented theory of verse. It includes papers from renowned scholars, such as Paul Kiparsky, Reuven Tsur, Gregory Nagy, Seiichi Suzuki, David Chisholm, Geoffrey Russom, Marina Tarlinskaja, and : Jessie Hronesova.