Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780122485503, 9780323145480

Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech

1st Edition

Editors: G Fant
eBook ISBN: 9780323145480
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 17th December 1975
Page Count: 574
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Description

Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech documents the proceedings of a symposium on ”Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech” co-sponsored by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, held in Leningrad, August 21-24, 1973. The purpose of the meeting was to advance the theory of speech perception in relation to auditory theory and speech signal models with some outlooks into the problem of automatic speech recognition. The book contains papers that were presented during the last three of the five sessions held. Session III on vowel perception includes studies on the variability of the code in connected speech; an auditory model of the perception of quasistationary vowels; and vowel processing at higher levels of the brain. Session IV on consonant perception includes papers that cover topics such as property detection, auditory segmentation, and consonant perception. Session V, which focuses on the prosodic features of speech, includes studies on temporal regularities of spoken Swedish; internal, auditory representation of syllable nucleus durations; and the factors that determine the timing of speech utterances.

Table of Contents


Session III: Vowel Perception

Chairman's Review

Auditory Analysis and Timbre Perception

Analysis and Synthesis of Speech Using a Broad-Band Spectral Representation

Auditory Processing of Steady-State Vowels

Two-Formant Models, Pitch, and Vowel Perception

Perception of Vowel Amplitude Transients

Discrimination of Synthesized Vowels [a] and [i] with Varying Parameters in Dog

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors in Vowel Judgments

Vocal Tract Normalization as Demonstrated by Reaction Times

Interrelations of Vowel Perception and Linguistic Context

Perception of German and Danish Vowels with Special Reference to the German Lax Vowels

Factors Underlying Phonemic Interpretation of Phonetically Non-Defined Sounds

Session IV: Feature Detection and Auditory Segmentation: Consonant Perception

Chairman's Review

Auditory Perception of Duration of Speech and Non-Speech Stimuli

Auditory Segmentation of Acoustic Flow and Its Possible Role in Speech Processing

Scaling of Pitch Intervals between Vowel-Like Sounds with Constant and Variable Fundamental Frequency

Auditory Segmentation and the Method of Dichotic Stimulation

On Discrimination of Formant Transitions by Persons with Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Perception of Brief Stimuli That Resemble Rapid Formant Transitions

The Potential Role of Property Detectors in the Perception of Consonants

Application in Speech Recognition of Some Data on Auditory Segmentation and the Perception of the Speech Wave Parameters

Cross-Language Study of the Perception of the F3 cue for [r] versus [1] in Speech- and Nonspeech-Like Patterns

Acoustical cues of Softness in Russian Syllables and Their Application in Automatic Speech Recognition

Automatic Segmentation of Speech into Syllabic and Phonemic Units: Application to French Words and Utterances

Session V: Temporal Organization of Connected Speech: Prosody

Chairman's Review

Some Temporal Regularities of Spoken Swedish

Consequences of Articulatory Effort on Articulatory Timing

On the Internal, Auditory Representation of Syllable Nucleus Durations

The Temporal Regulation of Speech

On Isochrony and Syntax

Auditory Estimate of Syllable and Vowel Duration in Sentences

Rhythmic Structure Types in Russian Speech

Some Experiments on the Perception of Prosodic Features in Czech

Some Notes on the Melody Component of Intonation as a cue in Text Segmentation (Summary)

The Inner Structure of Intonation Contours in Russian

On the Significance of Some Parameters of a Pitch Contour

On the Question of Auditory Analysis of Frequency Parameters in Sentences (Summary)

Normalization of F0 Curves

Analysis of Speech Errors under Delayed Auditory Feedback

Subphonemic Variations in American English


Details

No. of pages:
574
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1975
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323145480

About the Editor

G Fant