ISCA Archive

Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS'03)

September 5-8, 2003
Göteborg, Sweden



Bibliographic Reference

[DiSS'03] Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS'03), ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop, ed. by Robert Eklund. ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/diss_03



Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Adda   Adda-Decker   Anderson   Aylett   Bachenko   Bard   Barras   Beck   Benkenstein   van den Bosch   Boula de Mareuil   Corley   Den   Dunn   Finlayson   Forrest   Funakoshi   Habert   Hartsuiker   Heeman   Henry   Hird   Howell   Kenicer   Kirsner   Krahmer   Lager   Lendvai   Lickley (17)   Lickley (21)   Lickley (35)   Menyhárt   Nicholson   Nooteboom   Mullin   Pallaud   Paroubek   Rieger   Russell   Savova   Simpson   Smallwood   Strayer   Tokunaga   Tseng   Yang  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.


Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

General Aspects

Kirsner, Kim / Dunn, John / Hird, Kathryn: "Fluency: Time for a Paradigm Shift", 13-16.

Nicholson, Hannele / Bard, Ellen Gurman / Lickley, Rohin / Anderson, Anne H. / Mullin, Jim / Kenicer, David / Smallwood, Lucy: "The intentionality of disfluency: Findings from feedback and timing", 17-20.

Finlayson, Sheena / Forrest, Victoria / Lickley, Robin / Beck, Janet Mackenzie: "Effects of the restriction of hand gestures on disfluency", 21-24.

Production, Perception, and Monitoring

Nooteboom, Sieb G.: "Self-monitoring is the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors", 27-30.

Howell, Peter: "Is a perceptual monitor needed to explain how speech errors are repaired?", 31-34.

Hartsuiker, Robert J. / Corley, Martin / Lickley, Robin / Russell, Melanie: "Perception of disfluency in people who stutter and people who do not stutter: Results from magnitude estimation", 35-37.

Disfluency in First and Second Language

Rieger, Caroline L.: "Disfluencies and hesitation strategies in oral L2 tests", 41-44.

Menyhárt, Krisztina: "Age-dependent types and frequency of disfluencies", 45-48.

Computational Aspects

Aylett, Matthew P.: "Disfluency and speech recognition profile factors", 51-54.

Funakoshi, Kotaro / Tokunaga, Takenobu: "Evaluation of a robust parser for spoken Japanese", 55-58.

Lager, Torbjörn: "In dialogue with a desktop calculator: A concurrent stream processing approach to building simple conversational agents", 59-62.

Lendvai, Piroska / Bosch, Antal van den / Krahmer, Emiel: "Memory-based disfluency chunking", 63-66.

Adda-Decker, Martine / Habert, Benoît / Barras, Claude / Adda, Gilles / Boula de Mareuil, Philippe / Paroubek, Patrick: "A disfluency study for cleaning spontaneous speech automatic transcripts and improving speech language models", 67-70.

Repeats and Repairs in Different Languages

Tseng, Shu-Chuan: "Repairs and repetitions in spontaneous Mandarin", 73-76.

Henry, Sandrine / Pallaud, Berthille: "Word fragments and repeats in spontaneous spoken French", 77-80.

Benkenstein, Ramona / Simpson, Adrian P.: "Phonetic correlates of self-repair involving word repetition in German spontaneous speech", 81-84.

Phonology and Prosody

Den, Yasuharu: "Some strategies in prolonging speech segments in spontaneous Japanese", 87-90.

Savova, Guergana / Bachenko, Joan: "Prosodic features of four types of disfluencies", 91-94.

Corpus and Annotation

Yang, Fan / Heeman, Peter A. / Strayer, Susan E.: "Acoustically verifying speech repair annotations", 97-100.