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Automatic Syllabification of Italian: adaptation from French.

Abstract : We present an approach to automatic detection of syllable boundaries for Italian. The syllable is credited as a linguistic unit conditioning both segmental (e.g., consonant or vowel lengthening) and prosodic phonology (e.g., tune-text association, rhythmical alternations) and its automatic annotation represent a valuable tool for quantitative analyses of large speech data sets.
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Brigitte Bigi, Caterina Petrone, Leonardo Lancia. Automatic Syllabification of Italian: adaptation from French.. Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology LARP 7, Sep 2014, Aix-en-Provence, France. pp.38-40. ⟨hal-01500725⟩



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