An acoustic and articulatory study of Lombard speech: global effects on the utterance

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This study aims at characterizing the acoustic and articulatory modifications that occur in speech in noisy environments, and at examining them as compensatory strategies. Audio, EGG and video signals were recorded for a female native speaker of French. The corpus consisted of short sentences with a subjectverb-object (SVO) structure. The sentences were… (More)

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@inproceedings{Garnier2006AnAA, title={An acoustic and articulatory study of Lombard speech: global effects on the utterance}, author={Maeva Garnier and Lucie Bailly and Marion Dohen and Pauline Welby and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Loevenbruck}, booktitle={INTERSPEECH}, year={2006} }