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Word-internal /t,d/ deletion in spontaneous speech: Modeling the effects of extra-linguistic, lexical, and phonological factors
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The deletion of word-internal alveolar stops in spontaneous English speech is a variation phenomenon that has not been investigated. Expand
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An analysis of transcription consistency in spontaneous speech from the buckeye corpus
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We present a preliminary analysis of transcriber consistency in labeling and segmentation of words and phones in the Buckeye corpus of spontaneous, informal speech. Expand
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French Liaison: Linguistic and Sociolinguistic Influences on Speech Perception.
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An introduction to the Buckeye corpus of conversational speech
Words in connected speech are subject to many types of phonological variation. Variation is both widespread and conditioned by an array of factors, including speech rate and context. However, littleExpand
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