Production and Perception of Word Boundary Markers in German Speech

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EISENHUTH, Heike, 2015. Production and Perception of Word Boundary Markers in German Speech

@phdthesis{Eisenhuth2015Produ-32196, title={Production and Perception of Word Boundary Markers in German Speech}, year={2015}, author={Eisenhuth, Heike}, address={Konstanz}, school={Universität Konstanz} }

2015 Eisenhuth, Heike Production and Perception of Word Boundary Markers in German Speech Word boundary markers in German speech were investigated with regard to production and perception. Seven of them were examined: glottal stops, allophonic variations of stops and /l/, silent intervals, distribution of stress, comparative vowel duration, contact geminates. In a production experiment, a speech corpus of read speech was created that contained targets with special word boundary areas as a result of splicing neighbouring words/word parts (ie. mag_er/mager, sah_T[om]/Saat). The production study revealed how frequently nonpredictable markers occured. Contact geminates were especially considered (ie. einem_Mann) which proved to be useful boundary signals. How important word boundary markers were for the recognition process, was demonstrated in a two-part perception experiment. Glottal stops and silent intervals >= 120 ms were found to be strongest. Eisenhuth, Heike 2015-11-19T14:01:46Z eng 2015-11-19T14:01:46Z

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