ZASPiL 40

Fuchs, Susanne, Pascal Perrier & Bernd Pompino-Marschall. (eds.). 2005. Speech production and perception : Experimental analyses and models (ZAS Papers in Linguistics 40). Berlin: ZAS.

Bernd Pompino-Marschall, Susanne Fuchs, Pascal Perrier
Preface

Sophie Dupont, Jérôme Aubin, Lucie Ménard
A study of the McGurk effect in4 and 5-year-old French Canadian children

Sascha Fagel
Merging methods of speech

Alban Gebler, Roland Frey
Anatomical structures involved in non-human vocalization

Cédric Gendrot
Acoustic, kinematic and aerodynamic aspects of word-initial and word-final vowels in pre-boundary context in French

Ian S. Howard, Mark A. Huckvale
Learning to control an articulatory synthesizer by imitating natural speech

Bernd J. Kröger, Julia Gotto, Susanne Albert, Christiane Neuschaefer-Rube
A visual articulatory model and its application to therapy of speech disorders: a pilot study

Shinji Maeda
Face models based on a guided PCA of motion-capture data: Speaker dependent variability in /s/-/?/ contrast production

Pascal Perrier
Control and representations in speech production

Hartmut R. Pfitzinger
Towards functional modelling of relationships between the acoustics and perception of vowels

Bernd Pompino-Marschall
Von Kempelen et al. - Remarks on the history of articulatory-acoustic modelling

Nicolas Ruty, Annemie van Hirtum, Xavier Pelorson, Ines Lopez, Avraham Hirschberg
A mechanical experimental setup to simulate vocal folds vibrations. Preliminary results

Willy Serniclaes
On the invariance of speech percepts

Pierre Badin, Antoine Serrurier
Towards a 3D articulatory model of nasals based on MRI and CT images

Walter Sendlmeier, Ralf Winkler
Open quotient (EGG) measurements of young and elderly voices: Results of a production and perception study