Corpus ID: 16772156

Variability in direction of dorsal movement during production of /l/

@inproceedings{Warner2002VariabilityID,
  title={Variability in direction of dorsal movement during production of /l/},
  author={N. Warner and A. Jongman and Doris Mcke},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2002}
}
  • N. Warner, A. Jongman, Doris Mcke
  • Published in INTERSPEECH 2002
  • Computer Science
  • This paper presents articulatory data on the production of /l/ in various environments in Dutch, and shows that the direction of movement of the tongue dorsum varies across environments. This makes it impossible to measure tongue position at the peak of the dorsal gesture. We argue for an alternative method in such cases: measurement of position of one articulator at a time point defined by the gesture of another. We present new data measured this way which confirms a previous finding on the… CONTINUE READING

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