Analysis of vowel coarticulation in continuous speech. Benesey, C. and Machuca, M. J. In Proceedings of Speech Research '89. Additional papers (Magyar Fonetikai Füzetek / Hungarian Papers in Phonetics, 21), pages 9-12. Linguistics Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.
Analysis of vowel coarticulation in continuous speech [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Conclusions: Analysis of the acoustic parameters show us that there is nearly always a complete reduction when two vowels are close in fluent speech. On the other hand, in the case of a pause the duration of the first vocalic element is longer than the second one. This finding is consistent for all vowels and speakers. The duration of the second formant and the duration in cases of complete reduction are similar. A second finding of the present study is that, in general, the second formant frequency in the examples of parcial reduction is lower than the second one in other cases.
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	Address = {Budapest},
	Author = {Benesey, Cristina and Machuca, María Jesús},
	Booktitle = {Proceedings of Speech Research '89. Additional papers (Magyar Fonetikai Füzetek / Hungarian Papers in Phonetics, 21)},
	Date = {1989},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:55:59 +0000},
	Editor = {Szende, T},
	File = {Attachment:files/1039/Benesey, Machuca - 1989 - Analysis of vowel coarticulation in continuous speech.pdf:application/pdf},
	Keywords = {acoustic phonetics, coarticulation, phonetics, segmental, Spanish, speaking styles, speech production, vowels},
	Pages = {9-12},
	Publisher = {Linguistics Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences},
	Title = {Analysis of vowel coarticulation in continuous speech},
	Url = {http://liceu.uab.cat/publicacions/Benesey_Machuca_89_vowel_coarticulation.pdf},
	Abstract = {Conclusions: Analysis of the acoustic parameters show us that there is nearly always a complete reduction when two vowels are close in fluent speech. On the other hand, in the case of a pause the duration of the first vocalic element is longer than the second one. This finding is consistent for all vowels and speakers. The duration of the second formant and the duration in cases of complete reduction are similar. A second finding of the present study is that, in general, the second formant frequency in the examples of parcial reduction is lower than the second one in other cases.},
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