Steven Greenberg, Hannah Carvey, Leah Hitchcock, Shuangyu Chang
AbstractTemporal properties associated with the speech signal are potentially important for understanding spoken language. Five hours of spontaneous American English dialogue material (from the SWITCHBOARD corpus) were hand-labeled and segmented at the phonetic-segment level; a fortyfive-minute subset was also manually annotated (at the syllabic level) with respect to stress accent.
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