By Mario Saltarelli
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They are selected a priori on the basis of observed phonetic parameters. A hypothetical set of distinctive features will be considered comparatively feasible if a set of rules can be formulated which maps the phonological transcription into a phonetic one in a comparatively simple way. Accordingly the distinctive features of Italian are chosen as a result of many abstract linguistic considerations rather than, say, of only a spectrographs investigation. Furthermore the distinctive features adopted are binary.
Length is specified only for vowels. There are in this analysis seven short and seven long vowels. The choice of the feature length (instead of stress) for vowels is the major motivation for developing this dissertation. , and in section 4 of this chapter. As for consonants and liquids length will be assigned by general rule. (ix) VOICE (voi). Voiced sounds are accompanied by periodic vibration of the vocal cords. With voiceless sounds such vibration does not occur. The distinctive feature voice is marked only for consonants.
Sharp] (where ... includes the features necessary to comply with the 'distinctness criterion') in dealing with a general sharping process before yod (see p. 83). (v) COMPACTNESS (cpt). This feature is specified only for vowels. Compact vowels are produced with forward flanged oral cavity. Non-compact vowels do not have such a characteristic or have it to a lesser degree than compact vowels. Compactness isolates the low vowels /a, ä/. Peculiarly they undergo fewer and unique major phonological processes.
A Phonology of Italian in a Generative Grammar by Mario Saltarelli