On Levels of Description in Speech

Abstract

Many researchers use linguistic category names (consonants , vowels, syllables) to refer to observations and measurements made in records of the acoustic speech signal. The present paper serves as a reminder that linguistic categories are abstract and have no physical properties, and that, therefore, their physical correlates in the speech wave are… (More)

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@inproceedings{ReppOnLO, title={On Levels of Description in Speech}, author={Bruno H. Repp} }