A cross-linguistic acoustic study of voiceless fricatives

@article{Gordon2002ACA,
  title={A cross-linguistic acoustic study of voiceless fricatives},
  author={M. Gordon and Paul Barthmaier and Kathy Sands},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={141 - 174}
}
Results of an acoustic study of voiceless fricatives in seven languages are presented. Three measurements were taken: duration, center of gravity, and overall spectral shape. In addition, formant transitions from adjacent vowels were measured for a subset of the fricatives in certain languages. Fricatives were well differentiated in terms of overall spectral shape and their co-articulation effects on formant transitions for adjacent vowels. The center of gravity measurement also proved useful… Expand
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