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 1339||Eric Rosen||Predicting semi-regular patterns in morphologically complex words||Feb/2018|
|ROA 1338||Jeremy Kuhn||Harmony via positive agreement: Evidence from trigger-based count effects||Feb/2018|
|ROA 1337||Arto Anttila, Giorgio Magri||Does MaxEnt Overgenerate? Implicational Universals in Maximum Entropy Grammar||Jan/2018|
|ROA 1336||Tamas Biro||OT grammars don't count, but make errors: The consequences of strict domination for simulated annealing||Jan/2018|
|ROA 1335||Ayoub Loutfi||Morphological Causatives in Moroccan Arabic||Dec/2017|
|ROA 1334||Will Bennett, Sharon Rose||Moro voicelessness dissimilation and binary [voice]||Dec/2017|
|ROA 1333||Giorgio Magri||A note on phonological similarity in Tesar's (2013) Theory of output-drivenness||Dec/2017|
|ROA 1332||Bruce Hayes||Comparative Phonotactics||Dec/2017|
|ROA 1331||Bruce Hayes||Varieties of Noisy Harmonic Grammar||Dec/2017|
|ROA 1330||Emile Enguehard, Edward Flemming, Giorgio Magri||Statistical learning theory and linguistic typology: a learnability perspective on OT's strict domination||Nov/2017|