How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation?

de Ruiter L (2008)
Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane.

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This paper presents the first application of polynomial modeling as a means for validating phonological pitch accent labels to German data. It is compared to traditional phonetic analysis (measuring minima, maxima, alignment). The traditional method fares better in classification, but results are comparable in statistical accent pair testing. Robustness tests show that pitch correction is necessary in both cases. The approaches are discussed in terms of their practicability, applicability to other domains of research and interpretability of their results.
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de Ruiter L. How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation? Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane.
de Ruiter, L. (2008). How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation?. Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane.
de Ruiter, L. (2008).“How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation?”. Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane.
de Ruiter, L., 2008. How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation? Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane.
L. de Ruiter, “How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation?”, Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane, 2008.
de Ruiter, L.: How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation? Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane (2008).
de Ruiter, Laura. “How useful are polynomials for analyzing intonation?”. Presented at the Interspeech, Brisbane, 2008.
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