Locus equations as an index of coarticulation for place of articulation distinctions in children.


Locus equations were investigated as a phonetic index for children's production of stop + vowel tokens. Locus equations are straight-line regression fits to data points formed by plotting onsets of F2 transitions along the ordinate and their corresponding midvowel nuclei along the abscissa. Such functions for adult speech have been found to be extremely… (More)


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