A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization

Hönemann A, Mixdorff H, Fagel S (2012)
In: Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI. 147-156.

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Hönemann A, Mixdorff H, Fagel S. A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization. In: Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI. 2012: 147-156.
Hönemann, A., Mixdorff, H., & Fagel, S. (2012). A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization. Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI, 147-156.
Hönemann, A., Mixdorff, H., and Fagel, S. (2012). “A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization” in Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI 147-156.
Hönemann, A., Mixdorff, H., & Fagel, S., 2012. A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization. In Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI. pp. 147-156.
A. Hönemann, H. Mixdorff, and S. Fagel, “A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization”, Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI, 2012, pp.147-156.
Hönemann, A., Mixdorff, H., Fagel, S.: A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization. Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI. p. 147-156. (2012).
Hönemann, Angelika, Mixdorff, Hansjörg, and Fagel, Sascha. “A preliminary analysis of prosodic features for a predictive model of facial movements in speech visualization”. Proceedings of Nordic Prosody XI. 2012. 147-156.
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