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Phonation Types in Marathi: An Acoustic Investigation.
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Capturing Breathy Voice: Durational Measures of Oral Stops in Marathi
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The present study investigates a series of techniques used to capture the durational differences of oral stops in Marathi, an Indic language that exhibits a four-way phonemic distinction among oral stops. Expand
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What does incipient /ay/-raising look like?: A response to Josef Fruehwald
In examining the history of /ay/-raising before voiceless consonants in Philadelphia, Josef Fruehwald (2016) concludes that either categorical phonological conditioning was present from the veryExpand
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Real-time three-dimensional ultrasound imaging of pre- and post-vocalic liquid consonants in American English
Speech sound articulation is typically characterized in the mid-sagittal plane. However, lateral segments, such as the /l/ category in most varieties of English, are usually identified inExpand
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Acquiring and visualizing 3D/4D ultrasound recordings of tongue motion
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This paper gives a general technical description of ultrasound systems, beginning with conventional 2D image acquisition and working up toward 3D/4D systems. Expand
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Pitch accent and the three-way laryngeal contrast in North Kyungsang Korean
Previous description of Korean’s three-way voiceless stop contrast notes differentiation in both voice onset time (VOT) and fundamental frequency (f0) on following vowels (Cho et al., 2002; Kang andExpand
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Acoustic and articulatory investigation of the Mauritian vowel inventory
While there have been a decent amount of morphosyntactic and sociolinguistic studies on Mauritian, a “French-based” creole spoken by most of the population of Mauritius (e.g., Baker, 1972; Alleesaib,Expand
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Phonotactic Frequencies in Marathi
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Breathy sonorants are cross-linguistically rare, occurring in just 1% of the languages indexed in the UCLA Phonological Segment Inventory Database (UPSID), and they are understudied: prior work has shed some light on their acoustic properties, but much remains to be learned about the language-internal distribution of these sounds in a language where they do occur. Expand
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