Expression in speech: Analysis and synthesis. Tatham, M. and Morton, K. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
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I.- Expression in speech; 1.- Natural speech; 2.- Speech synthesis; 3.- Expression in natural speech; 4.- Expression in synthetic speech; 5.- The perception of expression; II.- Transferring natural expression to synthesis; 6.- The state of the art; 7.- Emotion in speech synthesis; 8.- Recent developments in synthesis models; III.- Expression and emotion: the research; 9.- The biology and psychology perspectives; 10.- The linguistics, phonology and phonetic perspectives; 11.- The speech technology perspective; 12- The influence of emotion studies; IV.- Development of an integrated model of expression; 13.- The beginnings of a generalized model of expression; 14.- All speech is expression-based; 15.- Expressive synthesis: The longer term; 16.- A model of speech production based on expression and prosody.
@book{tatham_expression_2004,
	Address = {Oxford},
	Author = {Tatham, Mark and Morton, Katherine},
	Date = {2004},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-23 19:24:13 +0000},
	Keywords = {emotions, speaking styles, speech synthesis, speech technology},
	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
	Title = {Expression in speech: Analysis and synthesis},
	Abstract = {I.- Expression in speech; 1.- Natural speech; 2.- Speech synthesis; 3.- Expression in natural speech; 4.- Expression in synthetic speech; 5.- The perception of expression; II.- Transferring natural expression to synthesis; 6.- The state of the art; 7.- Emotion in speech synthesis; 8.- Recent developments in synthesis models; III.- Expression and emotion: the research; 9.- The biology and psychology perspectives; 10.- The linguistics, phonology and phonetic perspectives; 11.- The speech technology perspective; 12- The influence of emotion studies; IV.- Development of an integrated model of expression; 13.- The beginnings of a generalized model of expression; 14.- All speech is expression-based; 15.- Expressive synthesis: The longer term; 16.- A model of speech production based on expression and prosody.}}
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