volume 31, issue 3-4, P465-485 2003
DOI: 10.1016/j.wocn.2003.09.005
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Abstract: 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.