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Perceived boundary strength

Hansson, Petra LU (2002) INTERSPEECH 2002 In Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing. (INTERSPEECH 2002 ) p.2277-2280
Abstract
In this paper, results from a perception experiment on perceived prosodic boundary strength in spontaneous speech are presented. The analysis of the listeners’ responses reveals a good agreement in rating the strength of prosodic phrase boundaries on a visual analogue scale (VAS), and a strong correlation between perceived boundary strength and pause duration.
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Centre for Spoken Language Research, University of Colorado at Boulder
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  title        = {Perceived boundary strength},
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