Variabilité inter et intra locuteurs de mesures spectrales et prosodiques en parole lue

  title={Variabilit{\'e} inter et intra locuteurs de mesures spectrales et prosodiques en parole lue},
  author={C{\'e}dric Gendrot and Gabriele Chignoli and Nicola Audibert and C{\'e}cile Fougeron},
  journal={XXXIIe Journ{\'e}es d’{\'E}tudes sur la Parole},
variabilité intra locuteurs 

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