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Aspects of Swedish speech rhythm

@inproceedings{Eriksson1991AspectsOS,
  title={Aspects of Swedish speech rhythm},
  author={A. Eriksson},
  year={1991}
}
This study examines some aspects of speech rhythm, with particular reference to Swedish. A background to the problem area is given and some fundamental problems pointed out. Some theoretical issues are also studied. The question of how to describe and model interstress interval duration is addressed. It is shown, using published data from five languages, that interstress interval duration can be described as a linear function of the number of syllables. Languages seem to fall into two classes… Expand
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