Volume 4, Numbers 1-3, August 1985
- Gunnar Fant:
Key note address.
- Max Wajskop:
- Christel Sorin:
- Christel Sorin:
- J. M. Pickett:
Shadows, echoes and auditory analysis of speech.
- Robert J. Porter Jr.:
Pavlov Institute research in speech perception: Finding phonetic messages in modulations.
- Judith L. Lauter, Ira J. Hirsh:
Speech as temporal pattern: A psychoacoustical profile.
- William D. Marslen-Wilson:
Speech shadowing and speech comprehension.
- David B. Pisoni, Howard C. Nusbaum, Paul A. Luce, Louisa M. Slowiaczek:
Speech perception, word recognition and the structure of the lexicon.
- V. G. Lebedev, N. G. Zagoruiko:
Auditory perception and speech recognition.
- Bruno H. Repp, David R. Williams:
Categorical trends in vowel imitation: Preliminary observations from a replication experiment.
- Ann K. Syrdal:
Aspects of a model of the auditory representation of american english vowels.
- Kenneth N. Stevens:
Spectral prominences and phonetic distinctions in language.
- Anthony Bladon:
Diphthongs: A case study of dynamic auditory processing.
- Manfred R. Schroeder, Bishnu S. Atal:
Stochastic coding of speech signals at very low bit rates: The importance of speech perception.
- Jean Caelen:
Space/time data-information in the A.R.I.A.L. project ear model.
- Hynek Hermansky, Brian A. Hanson, Hisashi Wakita:
Low-dimensional representation of vowels based on all-pole modeling in the psychophysical domain.
- Pierre Escudier, Jean-Luc Schwartz:
Pulsation threshold patterns of synthetic vowels: Study of the second formant emergence and the "center of gravity" effects.
- Mario Rossi, Edith Martin-Laval:
The effect of selective adaptation on the perception of place of articulation in french voiced stops.
- Quentin Summerfield, John Foster, Richard Tyler, Peter J. Bailey:
Influences of formant bandwidth and auditory frequency selectivity on identification of place of articulation in stop consonants.
- C. J. Darwin, Roy B. Gardner:
Which harmonics contribute to the estimation of first formant frequency?
- Celia Scully, E. Allwood:
Production and perception of an articulatory continuum for fricatives of English.
- William J. Hardcastle:
Some phonetic and syntactic constraints on lingual coarticulation during /kl/ sequences.
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- Michel Cartier:
Obituary for Jean A. Dreyfus-Graf.
- S. Ja. Zhukov, Ludmila A. Chistovich:
Perceptual parameters of front vowels.
- Gunnar Fant:
Comments on perceptual parameters of front vowels.
- Jean Schoentgen:
An acoustic feature related to vocal efficiency in normal and pathological speakers.
- Jacques Siroux, Dominique Gillet:
A system for man-machine communication using speech.
- N. Nocerino, Frank K. Soong, Lawrence R. Rabiner, Dennis H. Klatt:
Comparative study of several distortion measures for speech recognition.
- Enrique Vidal, Francisco Casacuberta, Hector Rulot Segovia:
Is the DTW "distance" really a metric? An algorithm reducing the number of DTW comparisons in isolated word recognition.
- Klaus R. Scherer:
The research group on interaction and communication at the University of Giessen.
- Vladimir Cuperman:
Efficient waveform coding of speech using vector quantization.
- Pierre Badin:
Speech analysis. Formant synthesis. Application to French voiced fricatives synthesis. Discussion of an acoustic cue determination method.
- Blaise Donhouede:
Nervous coding of the acoustic message - A computational model of the first stages of the peripheral auditory system.
- Bruno Lherm:
Realisation of a harmonic simulation and temporal synthesis tool of the analog vocal tract type. A study of nasal vowels.
- Patrick Fonsale:
Computational simulation of a speaker-independent speech recognition system (for isolated words) without oral learning (direct learning of phonetic features).
- Ioannis Dologlou:
An evaluation of the properties of a model of the auditory system for speech signal recognition (comparison with linear prediction coding).