Programmet för FONETIK 2004
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Onsdag 26 – fredag 28 maj 2004

De Geersalen, Geovetenskapens hus, Frescati

 

 

Onsdag 26 maj

Start

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Registrering

12.00

 

Välkomsthälsning och information

Olle Engstrand

13.00

 

Talproduktion

Ordförande: Eva Strangert

 

 

Articulatory and acoustic bases of locus equations

Björn Lindblom and Harvey M Sussman

13.10

8

Pronunciation variation modelling using decision tree induction from multiple linguistic parameters

Per-Anders Jande

13.30

12

Newstalk: reductions in careful, scripted speech

Niklas Torstensson

13.50

16

On modeling of conversational speech

Eva Strangert

14.10

20

Bensträckare

14.30

 

Dialektal, regional och sociofonetisk variation

Ordförande: Jan-Olof Svantesson

 

 

Listening for “Rosengård Swedish”

Petra Hansson and Gudrun Svensson

14.40

24

Gothenburg Swedish word accents: a fine distinction

My Segerup

15.00

28

Near-merger of vowels in Estonian dialects

Pire Teras

15.20

32

Kaffepaus

15.40

 

Talperception

Ordförande: Rolf Carlson

 

 

Some acoustic cues to human and machine estimation of speaker age

Susanne Schötz

16.10

36

Audiovisual perception of Swedish vowels with and without conflicting cues

Niklas Öhrström and Hartmut Traunmüller

16.30

40

Buffet på fakultetsklubben ”Manne Siegbahn

17-22

 


 

Torsdag 27 maj

 

 

Meddelanden

9.00

 

Prosodi – F0, intonation och frasering

Ordförande: Gösta Bruce

 

 

The intonation of Saaremaa Estonian: in search of Swedish influence

Eva Liina Asu

9.10

44

Pitch dynamism of English produced by proficient nonnative speakers: preliminary results of a corpus-based analysis of second language speech

Juhani Toivanen

9.30

48

Automatically extracted F0 features as acoustic correlates of prosodic boundaries

Mattias Heldner, Jens Edlund and Tomas Björkenstam

9.50

52

Final rises and Swedish question intonation

David House

10.10

56

Kaffepaus

10.30

 

Talutveckling

Ordförande: Björn Lindblom

 

 

Modelling interactive language learning: a project presentation

Francisco Lacerda, Lori Holt, Rolf Carlson and Ulla Sundberg

11.00

60

Quantity and duration in early speech: preliminary observations on three Swedish children

Olle Engstrand and Lina Bonsdroff

11.20

64

F0 contours produced by Swedish and American 24-month-olds: implications for the acquisition of tonal word accents

Olle Engstrand and Germund Kadin

11.40

68

Lunch

12.00

 

Forensisk fonetik

Ordförande: Anders Eriksson

 

 

Handling the “Voiceprint” issue

Jonas Lindh

13.30

72

Cross-language speaker identification using spectral moments

Erik J Eriksson, Luis F Cepeda, Robert D Rodman, David F McAllister, Donald Bitzer and Pam Arroway

13.50

76

Perceived age: a distracter for voice disguise and speaker identification?

Erik Eriksson, James Green, Maria Sjöstrom, Kirk P H Sullivan and Elisabeth Zetterholm

14.10

80

Speaker verification scores and acoustic analysis of a professional impersonator

Mats Blomberg, Daniel Elenius and Elisabeth Zetterholm

14.30

84


 

Posterutställning och kaffe

14.50

 

Vowels in regional variants of Danish

Michael Ejstrup and Gert Foget Hansen

88

The perception of medial stop contrasts in Central Standard Swedish: a pilot study

Pétur Helgason

92

Prosodic phrasing and syntactic structure in Greek

Antonis Botinis, Stella Ganetsou, Magda Griva and Hara Bizani

96

Development of complex syllable onsets: evidence from durational measurements

Fredrik Karlsson

100

A comparison between four common ways of recording and storing speech: implications for forensic phonetics

Peder Livijn

104

Spanish and Swedish interpretations of Spanish and Swedish emotions – the influence of facial expressions

Åsa Abelin

108

Produced pauses, perceived pauses and thematic units

Antonis Botinis, Aikaterini Bakakou-Orphanou, Chariklia Tafroglou and Anastasia Christopoulou

112

Word level precision of the NALIGN automatic segmentation algorithm

Kåre Sjölander and Mattias Heldner

116

Acoustic and perceptual analysis of discontinuities in two TTS concatenation systems

Jonas Lindh

120

Posterdiskussion

Ordförande: Inger Karlsson

15.40

 

Språkkontakt, andraspråksinlärning och brytning

Ordförande: Kari Suomi

 

 

Temporal factors in the production of Norwegian as a second language: Some preliminary results

Wim A. van Dommelen

16.10

124

Minimizing foreign accent in multiple language learning (MiFA)

Robert Bannert

16.30

128

Standard deviation of F0 in student monologue

Rebecca Hincks

16.50

132

Designing a virtual language tutor

Preben Wik

17.10

136

Visning av fonetiklabbet

17.40

 

Konferensmiddag på Stallmästaregården

19.00

 


 

Fredag 28 maj

 

 

Meddelanden

9.00

 

Prosodi – duration, kvantitet och rytm

Ordförande: Robert Bannert

 

 

Segment durations within the domain of accentual F0 movement in Finnish

Kari Suomi

9.10

140

Duration correlates of stop consonants in Cypriot Greek

Antonis Botinis, Marios Christofi, Charalabos Themistocleous and Aggeliki Kyprianou

9.30

144

The postvocalic consonant as a complementary cue to the perception of quantity in Swedish

Bosse Thorén

9.50

148

Syllable boundaries in Kammu

Jan-Olof Svantesson

10.10

152

Kaffepaus

10.30

 

Taligenkänning och syntes

Ordförande: Björn Granström

 

 

Comparing speech recognition for adults and children

Daniel Elenius and Mats Blomberg

11.00

156

Data-driven formant synthesis

David Öhlin and Rolf Carlson

11.20

160

Sammanfattning och avslutning

Ordförande: Wim van Dommelen

 

 

Sammanfattning

Anders Eriksson

11.40

 

Information om satsningar inom talteknologi

Rolf Carlson

12.25

 

Avslutning

Olle Engstrand

12.55

 

Slut

13.00