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Phonetic Universals in Vowel Systems

@inproceedings{Lindblom1986PhoneticUI,
  title={Phonetic Universals in Vowel Systems},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Lindblom},
  year={1986}
}
Effects of Phonological Contrast on Within-Category Phonetic Variation
EFFECTS OF PHONOLOGICAL CONTRAST ON WITHIN-CATEGORY PHONETIC VARIATION
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KIELTEN VOKAALIT KUULOANALOGISESSA VOKAALIKARTASSA
Tavoitteena on yhdistaa tutkimustuloksia kokonaiskuvaksi kielten vokaalilaatujen osoittamiseksi. Ortografiset vokaalimerkit ja fonologian foneemisymbolit ovat epatarkkoja kielten vertailuun.Expand
Increasing Realism of Auditory Representations Yields Further Insights into Vowel Phonetics
Increasing Realism of Auditory Representations Yields Further Insights into Vowel Phonetics
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