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Speech Parameter Stress Rhythm Intonation Articulation Acoustic Feature Energy Speaking Rate Pitch Formants Speaking Rate Duration SDC SDC Modulation Index SDC Duration SDC Table

  title={Speech Parameter Stress Rhythm Intonation Articulation Acoustic Feature Energy Speaking Rate Pitch Formants Speaking Rate Duration SDC SDC Modulation Index SDC Duration SDC Table},
  author={David Mart{\'i}nez and Dayana Ribas and EDUARDO LLEIDA SOLANO and Alfonso Ortega and Antonio Miguel},
This paper investigates the efficiency of several acoustic features in classifying pervasive developmental disorders, pervasive developmental disorders not-otherwise specified, dysphasia, and a group of control patients. One of the main characteristics of these disorders is the misuse and misrecognition of prosody in daily conversations. To capture this behaviour pitch, energy, and formants are modelled in long-term intervals, and the interval duration, shifted-delta cepstral coefficients, AM… 

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