- 'PaTyCHeK', SPEECH CODING SYSTEM
Analysis of the word cores at the level necessary for the research requires a unified and maximally precise recording of human speech. The 'PaTyCHeK' system presented here, developed for POLONEUM by TIIT is already at the level of this task, whereas for example currently the most widespread IPA, system, based on the Latin alphabet, is not able to face this challenge due to the limitations of the alphabet used, as it was meant for propagating only one culture.
The Information Age in which our civilisation has entered requires studying of the core words of languages of all cultures, which is achievable only after the introduction of a uniform principle of assigning graphics to individual sounds. This is the only way to achieve the universality, clarity and precision of speech recording in accordance with the STANDARD.
'PaTyCHeK' was created to meet the needs of the Linguistic Key of the POLONEUM PLANET Program, which on its agenda has a reproduction of the MOTHER SPEECH, what requires efficient analysis and comparison of the sound, and thus the recording, of human speech from all around the planet. Work on its improvement continues and leads to the emergence of a number of its new varieties, increasingly adapted to transform into fonts and transliteration of prints. TIIT Institute aims to achieve a form that can be used simultaneously in the PRAVDA Algorithm scripts and in normal reading.
Above, the ornamental form of 'PaTyCHeK', called 'KONAR', has been used, but there are other, such as the ones below, about which more information is available for those interested in Definition section of the book P FOR HEAVEN, also available via links in the POLONEUM LIBRARY.
THE PRINCIPLE OF 'PaTyCHeK' FONT FORMATION
Font shapes 'PaTyCHeK ' accurately denote the belonging of sounds to the cores they come from, which is further emphasised by the coloring adopted from the POLONEUM PLANET Linguistic Key. This graphics is very helpful in analysing the verbal cores of any verbal messages.
1 = P, PH,F, B, V, M, W
2 = T, TH, C, S, S', D, DH, DZ, Z, Z', N
3 = CH, CH', SH, SH', J, J', ZH, ZH', NH
4 = K, H, G, GH, NG
5 = R , L, Y
'PaTyCHeK' FONT GRAPHICS PRAGMATICAL SYMBOLISM
any central roundness= unvoiced phonem
any central angularity= voiced phonem
right-side bulge = mouth closure
left-side bulge = mouth opening
dash at the top of the stem = flat tongue's contact with the palate
dash at the bottom of the stem = the long sound phonem
a spike or a dot at the top of the stem = the tip of the tongue touches the palate, and the oral cavity produces 'i'
a spike at the bottom of the stem = the tip of the tongue touches the teeth
zigzags at the end of the stem = nasal version of the vowel
As you can see from the above, 'PaTyCHeK' introduces a logically trivial and transparent principle of assigning graphics to sounds of all specific consents, except R and L, which illustrates the oral structure along with the language position at the time of sound, at the same time indicating the origin of the sound from a particular word core. This principle inspired the creation of a new alphabet called 'UMBONASZIL', in which the phonemes saved with 'PaTyCHeK' allowed the maximum coordination of their shape with the place in alphabetical order. The following illustration, apart from the set of letters, also has their numbering, which is closely related to the numerical order dictated in kind by the number 37 and makes it possible to calculate the numerical value of words and texts written with this system.
This methodology is not finished yet, because linguistic nuances are abundant, but this direction is kept in the further development of 'PaTyCHeK' due to the consistent application of logic and thus the ease to acquire and use not only for professionals.
Despite the obvious advantage over the existing speech recording systems, 'PaTyCHeK' still has drawbacks and the work on its improvement continues, and therefore ... (text in 'PaTyCHeK' below)
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