Mauro Falcone

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We report in this paper the results of a study carried out to analyse the acoustic and perceptual characteristics of Italian stop consonants. The aim of this study is twofold: give an acoustical description of Italian stops and investigate which are the perceptual cues relative to their place of articulation. From the acoustic point of view we report: the(More)
We report in this paper the results of a series of comprehension tests run with the aim of investigating the contribution of visual information to the process of comprehension of conversational speech. The methodology we designed was presented in a previous work [1] in which we also showed the results of a pilot test to confirm our original hypothesis that(More)
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