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finally [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], history [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) could be accounted for by Rubach's (1996) Coda Ambisyllabicity rule, which would in fact lead to exacly the same syllabification as that obtained through the application of Wells' syllabification principles.
The approaches to SCF reviewed in this section rely on resyllabification or ambisyllabicity as a means of accounting for the occurrence of surface syllabic consonants that cannot be mapped directly onto underlying /eC/ sequences.
2000: "Against Ambisyllabicity." Phonology 17: 187-235.
English plosive allophones and ambisyllabicity. Gramma, 10, 119-141.
1998: 585), the issue of ambisyllabicity is not resolved.