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Prominence perception and accent detection in French: from phonetic processing to grammatical analysis

Abstract : In the area of large speech corpora, there is a demonstrated need for a common prosodic notation system that would allow easy data exchange, comparison of annotations and analyses, and automatic processing. A single, simple scheme of prosodic transcription could also form the basis of guidelines for non-expert manual annotation, and be used for linguistic teachingand research. We present a corpus-based approach for prominence labeling in French continuous speech, taking into account the effects of grammatical constraints on prominences perception.
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Anne Lacheret-Dujour, Anne-Catherine Simon, Jean-Philippe Goldman, Mathieu Avanzi. Prominence perception and accent detection in French: from phonetic processing to grammatical analysis. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2013, Universalism and Variation in Phonology: Papers in Honour of Jacques Durand, 39 (Special Issue), pp.95-106. ⟨hal-01083877⟩

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