7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing

September 16-20, 2002
Denver, Colorado, USA

Stop Epenthesis at Syllable Boundaries

Natasha Warner (1), Andrea Weber (2)

(1) University of Arizona, USA; (2) City University of New York, USA

This paper investigates the production and perception of epenthetic stops at syllable boundaries in Dutch and compares the experimental data with lexical statistics for Dutch and English. This extends past work on epenthesis in coda position [1]. The current work is particularly informative regarding the question of phonotactic constraintsí influence on parsing of speech variability.

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Bibliographic reference.  Warner, Natasha / Weber, Andrea (2002): "Stop epenthesis at syllable boundaries", In ICSLP-2002, 1121-1124.