Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why?

Wagner P, Tamburini F, Windmann A (2012)
In: Proceedings of Interspeech 2012. 2386-2389.

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Wagner P, Tamburini F, Windmann A. Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why? In: Proceedings of Interspeech 2012. 2012: 2386-2389.
Wagner, P., Tamburini, F., & Windmann, A. (2012). Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why? Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, 2386-2389.
Wagner, P., Tamburini, F., and Windmann, A. (2012). “Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why?” in Proceedings of Interspeech 2012 2386-2389.
Wagner, P., Tamburini, F., & Windmann, A., 2012. Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why? In Proceedings of Interspeech 2012. pp. 2386-2389.
P. Wagner, F. Tamburini, and A. Windmann, “Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why?”, Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, 2012, pp.2386-2389.
Wagner, P., Tamburini, F., Windmann, A.: Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why? Proceedings of Interspeech 2012. p. 2386-2389. (2012).
Wagner, Petra, Tamburini, Fabio, and Windmann, Andreas. “Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence. How are they compared and why?”. Proceedings of Interspeech 2012. 2012. 2386-2389.
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