Connecting intonation labels to mathematical descriptions of fundamental frequency.

@article{Grabe2007ConnectingIL,
  title={Connecting intonation labels to mathematical descriptions of fundamental frequency.},
  author={Esther Grabe and Greg Kochanski and John Coleman},
  journal={Language and speech},
  year={2007},
  volume={50 Pt 3},
  pages={281-310}
}
The mathematical models of intonation used in speech technology are often inaccessible to linguists. By the same token, phonological descriptions of intonation are rarely used by speech technologists, as they cannot be implemented directly in applications. Consequently, these research communities do not benefit much from each other's insights. In this paper, we explore the interface between the disciplines, in search of bridges between intonational phonology and speech technology. In a corpus… CONTINUE READING
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