Satisfaction of the ONSET constraint does not always necessitate epenthesis
. On the contrary, SA resorts to epenthesis
only when other choices fail to work.
The e may be due to epenthesis
, compare Niya documents kareti, Prakrit karei, karai 'does' and Tirahi present tense karem, [??]es, [??]e.
Additionally, future research may be suggested to investigate opaque stress patterns in JA, if any, which involve interaction with syncope, epenthesis
or vowel quality.
Divided into prothesis (word-initial, as in the <e> of "establish," from Latin "stabilire"), epenthesis
(qv.--medial), and paragoge (final, as in the <st> of "amongst").
Evans, "Time series epenthesis
: clustering time series streams requires ignoring some data," in Proceedings of the IEEE 11th International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM '11), pp.
Several morphophonological processes are at work, especially in the verbal domain, such as voicing, epenthesis
and several assimilation processes.
Harrikari (2000) has presented a complementary and partially opposing view on identity group interpretation, using the optimality theory of generative phonology as the framework and considering dialectic epenthesis
, gemination, and language games as examples.
Three years later, Couper (2006) conducted a study focusing on epenthesis
(inserting an extra sound) and absence (dropping a sound) in L2-learners' speech.