Vol 1, No 1 (2014)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/loquens.2014.v1.i1


Table of Contents

Editorial

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Loquens: The Multifaceted Vision of Speech
Juana Gil
e001

Articles

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Introducing a scansion machine for Dutch poetry and prose
Marc van Oostendorp
e002
[en]
The individual and the actuation of sound change
Mary Stevens, Jonathan Harrington
e003
[en]
What is computational phonology?
Robert Daland
e004
[en]
An attribute detection based approach to automatic speech processing
Sabato Marco Siniscalchi, Chin-Hui Lee
e005
[en]
Measuring a decade of progress in Text-to-Speech
Simon King
e006
[en]
Evaluating Automatic Speaker Recognition systems: An overview of the NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluations (1996-2014)
Joaquin Gonzalez-Rodriguez
e007
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Listeners may rely on intonation to distinguish languages of different rhythm classes
Lea Hagmann, Volker Dellwo
e008
[en]
Toward a unified theory of voice production and perception
Jody Kreiman, Bruce R. Gerratt, Marc Garellek, Robin Samlan, Zhaoyan Zhang
e009