Investigating Phonetic Convergence in a Shadowing Experiment with Synthetic Stimuli

@inproceedings{EranRaveh2017InvestigatingPC,
  title={Investigating Phonetic Convergence in a Shadowing Experiment with Synthetic Stimuli},
  author={EranRaveh and IonaGessinger and S{\'e}bastienLeMaguer and BerndM{\"o}bius and IngmarSteiner},
  year={2017}
}
  • EranRaveh, IonaGessinger, +2 authors IngmarSteiner
  • Published 2017
This paper presents a shadowing experiment with synthetic stimuli, whose goal is to investigate phonetic convergence in a human-computer interaction paradigm. Comparisons to the results of a previous experiment with natural stimuli are made. The process of generating the synthetic stimuli, which are based on the natural ones, is described as well. 

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