Eduardo Sá Marta

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The existence of multiple information carriers for a single phonemic distinction is well evident in studies of auditory and visual information integration for speech perception. Given the highly non-homogeneous nature of the auditorily-represented information carriers, we are applying the same principle within the auditory domain. Based on psychophysical(More)
A set of auditorily-formulated features for PLACE discrimination in stop consonants, uncovered in extensive experiments with natural and edited sounds, are now being modeled using fuzzy logic and being applied to large databases of monosyllabic and spelled letters speech sounds, in various languages, in full-band and low-pass conditions. The rationale is(More)
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