Journal of Semantics 8 (3):191-218 (1991)
|Abstract||This paper presents a theoretical foundation of German intonation. It describes the automatic recognition of focus accents and specifies a recognition algorithm. Results of the analyses of complex utterances concerning their tonal characteristics are presented. This work is based on an acoustic-phonetic model of generating the Fo-contour in German. This generative model that contains phonetic and phonological rules is modified in order to recognize focal accents|
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