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Prosodic boundary strength in Swedish: final lengthening and silent interval duration

@inproceedings{Horne1995ProsodicBS,
  title={Prosodic boundary strength in Swedish: final lengthening and silent interval duration},
  author={M. Horne and E. Strangert and M. Heldner},
  year={1995}
}
Merle Horne*, Eva Strangert** and Mattias Heldner***Dept. of Linguistics & Phonetics, Lund Univ. **Dept. of Phonetics, Umea Univ.ABSTRACTProduction data are presented thatsupport the assumption of FinalLengthening and Silent Interval durationas parameters of prosodic boundarystrength in Swedish.INTRODUCTIONWithin the hierarchical model of pro-sodic constituents assumed for Swedish[1], four boundary strengths (0-3) havebeen assumed: the 0-boundary is thusassociated with the end of a word withina… Expand
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