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Volume :30 Issue : 118 2012      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

A Syllabic Approach to Al-E'alal by A Compensation Phenomenon (in Arabic)

Auther : Salah Alnajem , Iman Alsharhan

Al-E'alal is a morpho-phonological phenomenon handled by linguists in a descriptive manner in syntax and morphology books without looking beyond the descriptive approach explanations related to Syllabic structure and Syllabification. This phenomenon is divided into two types: Al-E'alal by Compensation and Al-E'alal by Deletion.
 This phenomenon is related to the alternations that affect vowels and the glottal stop (Hamza) in specific phonogogical contexts. These alternations represent a challenge facing researchers working in computational Linguistics field when they attempt to design systems which deal with Arabic Morphology. This is because of the variety and number of those alternations.
 Besides, there is a lack of systematic scientific formalizations for such alternations. Normally, we find such alternations in Arabic morphology books formalized in a descriptive instructional manner instead of being formalized in a scientific linguistically motivated manner.
 This Paper is an attempt to re-examine the phenomenon of Al-E'alal by Compensation in a scientific manner based on the facts of phonology.
 The study will apply the syllabic approach which has been used by a number of researchers to study phonological and morpho-phonological phenomena in a number of languages. The second type of Al-E'alal phenomenon - Al-E'alal by Deletion-will be discussed in future research.

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