The Rutgers Optimality Archive is a distribution point for research in Optimality Theory and its conceptual affiliates.
Posting in ROA is open to all who wish to disseminate their work in OT and related theories of grammar.
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|ROA 1186||Lian Hee Wee||Prominence from Complexity: Capturing the Tianjin Ditonal Patterns||Jun/2013|
|ROA 1185||Bruce Tesar||When Worst is Best: Grammar Construction in Phonological Learning||Jun/2013|
|ROA 1184||Gaja Jarosz||Learning with Hidden Structure in Optimality Theory and Harmonic Grammar: Beyond Robust Interpretive Parsing||May/2013|
|ROA 1183||Tamas Biro||Towards a Robuster Interpretive Parsing: Learning from overt forms in Optimality Theory||May/2013|
|ROA 1182||Nate Sims||Vowel Harmony in Qiang: An Optimality Theoretic Account||May/2013|
|ROA 1181||Samuel R. Bowman||Two arguments for a positive vowel harmony imperative||Apr/2013|
|ROA 1180||Philip Roberts||Latin rhotacism: a case study in the life cycle of phonological processes||Mar/2013|
|ROA 1179||Külli Prillop||Feet, syllables, moras and the Estonian quantity system||Mar/2013|
|ROA 1178||Kyoko Sugisaki||Case, Word Order, Grammatical Function and Information Structure in Japanese||Mar/2013|
|ROA 1177||Marjoleine Sloos||Phonological grammar and frequency: An integrated approach. Evidence from German, Indonesian and Japanese||Feb/2013|