Recent Submissions

  • Dialectal, historical and sociolinguistic aspects of Galician intonation 

    Fernández Rei, Elisa (Universitat de Barcelona, 2016)
    Geoprosodic data are useful for studying language change and developing hypotheses about the diachrony of intonation. In the case of Galician, it is particularly interesting to study varieties of Galician and Portuguese ...
  • On quantitative geolinguistics: an illustration from Galician dialectology 

    Dubert García, Francisco; Sousa Fernández, Xulio (Universitat de Barcelona, 2016)
    The essential objective of dialectology, and especially geolinguistics, is the study of spatial linguistic variation, special relevance being given to the presentation of results through cartographic representations. The ...
  • SEA_AP: a segmentation and labelling tool for prosodic analysis 

    López Otero, Paula; Docío Fernández, Laura; García-Mateo, Carmen; Martínez Maquieira, Marta; Varela Fernández, Rocío; Fernández Rei, Elisa (Universitat de Barcelona, 2016)
    This paper introduces a tool that performs segmentation and labelling of sound chains in phono units, syllables and/or words departing from a sound signal and its corresponding orthographic transcription. In addition, it ...
  • Geonomastics on the Web: Visualizing Surname Distributions in a Regional Space 

    Sousa Fernández, Xulio (Ural Federal University, 2019)
    The geographical distribution of surnames has been used for decades in a variety of scientifi c fi elds as a source of information for research into the history, migrations, genetics, etc. of various human populations. ...
  • Áreas léxicas e dominios lingüísticos no noroeste da península ibérica 

    Negro Romero, Marta; Sousa Fernández, Xulio (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2019-01-05)
    Os atlas lingüísticos constitúen unha excelente fonte de datos para coñecer a distribución xeográfica das va-riedades e tamén o modo en que estas se interrelacionan, unha vez que rexistran nas súas cartas as variantes ...

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