Volume 11, Number 1, March 1992
J. Denis McKeown
: Perception of concurrent vowels: The effect of varying their relative level.
Volume 11, Numbers 2-3, June 1992
: Glottal wave analysis with Pitch Synchronous Iterative Adaptive Inverse Filtering.
: Synthesis: Modeling variability and constraints.
, Lou Boves
: On the relation between voice source parameters and prosodic features in connected speech.
: Recent advances in speech recognition technology at NTT laboratories.
, Jérôme Boudy
: Experiments with a nonlinear spectral subtractor (NSS), Hidden Markov models and the projection, for robust speech recognition in cars.
: On the acquisition of speech by machines, asm.
Volume 11, Numbers 4-5, October 1992
: Systematicity of phonetic variation in natural discourse.
: The use of speech synthesis in exploring different speaking styles.
John J. Ohala
: What is the input to the speech production mechanism?
Martin C. Barry
: Palatalisation, assimilation and gestural weakening in connected speech.
: Second formant locus-nucleus patterns: An investigation of spontaneouos French speech.
, Paul Touati
: On the analysis of prosody in spontaneous speech with exemplification from Swedish and French.
: Modelling voice variations in female speech synthesis.
Volume 11, Number 6, December 1992
: Glottal waveform synthesis with Volterra shaping functions.
E. J. Yannakoudakis
, P. J. Hutton
: An assessment of N-phoneme statistics in phoneme guessing algorithms which aim to incorporate phonotactic constraints.