Dita Fejlová

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The usefulness of dynamic formant properties for speaker discrimination was demonstrated on English, mostly exploiting long vowels or diphthongs, characterized both by actual measures along the formant tracks and coefficients from polynomial regression on these tracks. This study applies this paradigm to Czech, using less tightly controlled (more(More)
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