Cross-Linguistic Study of the Production of Turn-Taking Cues in American English and Argentine Spanish

@inproceedings{Brusco2017CrossLinguisticSO,
  title={Cross-Linguistic Study of the Production of Turn-Taking Cues in American English and Argentine Spanish},
  author={Pablo Brusco and J. M. P{\'e}rez and A. Gravano},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2017}
}
We present the results of a series of machine learning experiments aimed at exploring the differences and similarities in the production of turn-taking cues in American English and Argentine Spanish. An analysis of prosodic features automatically extracted from 21 dyadic conversations (12 En, 9 Sp) revealed that, when signaling Holds, speakers of both languages tend to use roughly the same combination of cues, characterized by a sustained final intonation, a shorter duration of turn-final… Expand
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