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The role of speaker beliefs in determining accent placement
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Intonational phonology and prosodic hierarchy in Malay
This paper presents original data in support of a new model of intonational phonology for Malay as spoken in Singapore. Building on the Autosegmental-Metrical approach (Beckman & Pierrehumbert, 1986), we propose ...
Nine voices, one artist : linguistic and acoustic analysis
Voice impersonators possess a flexible voice and thus can change their voice identity. They are able to imitate various people and characters which differ in age, gender, accent and voice quality. State of the art electronic ...
Dialect adaptation and two dimensions of tune
Adaptation to an unfamiliar dialect of one’s native language presents a special case for prosodic learning, since most other aspects of the grammar are held constant. This study explores the representation of two dimensions ...