Speechreading and the structure of the lexicon: computationally modeling the effects of reduced phonetic distinctiveness on lexical uniqueness.

@article{Auer1997SpeechreadingAT,
  title={Speechreading and the structure of the lexicon: computationally modeling the effects of reduced phonetic distinctiveness on lexical uniqueness.},
  author={Edward T. Auer and Lynne E. Bernstein},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1997},
  volume={102 6},
  pages={3704-10}
}
A lexical modeling methodology was employed to examine how the distribution of phonemic patterns in the lexicon constrains lexical equivalence under conditions of reduced phonetic distinctiveness experienced by speech-readers. The technique involved (1) selection of a phonemically transcribed machine-readable lexical database, (2) definition of transcription rules based on measures of phonetic similarity, (3) application of the transcription rules to a lexical database and formation of lexical… CONTINUE READING
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