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Acoustic Variability of Vowels in G

@inproceedings{Nicolaid2003AcousticVO,
  title={Acoustic Variability of Vowels in G},
  author={Katerina Nicolaid},
  year={2003}
}
To date numerous studies have investigated the acoustic characteristics of vowels produced in isolated words or other well-controlled types of speech material in several languages. However, relatively limited research has been carried out for vowels produced in spontaneous speech. In addition, relatively limited data are available for vowels in some languages, such as Greek. The aim of this study is to investigate acoustic variability during the production of the 5 Greek vowels /i, e, a, o, u… Expand

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