Segment deletion in spontaneous speech: a corpus study using mixed effects models with crossed random effects

@inproceedings{Bael2007SegmentDI,
  title={Segment deletion in spontaneous speech: a corpus study using mixed effects models with crossed random effects},
  author={Christophe Van Bael and R. Harald Baayen and Helmer Strik},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2007}
}
We studied the frequencies of phone and syllable deletions in spontaneous Dutch, and the extent to which such deletions are influenced by the various linguistic and sociolinguistic factors represented in the transcriptions, word segmentations and metadata of the Spoken Dutch Corpus. In addition to providing insight into the frequencies of phone and syllable deletions and the factors influencing them, our study illustrates the new opportunities for analysing rich and therefore complex corpus… CONTINUE READING

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