ISCA Archive

Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS'01)

August 29-31, 2001
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Bibliographic Reference

[DISS'01] Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS'01), ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW), Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, August 29-31, 2001; ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Abou-Haidar   Au-Yeung   Aylett   Bailey   Bard   Batliner   Brew   Carson-Berndsen   Cato-Symonds   Debaisieux   Den   Deulofeu   Duez   Eklund   Ferreira   Gósy   Hokkanen   Howell   Hutchinson   Johnson   Joue   Kirby   Kita   Kohler   Lickley (93)   Lickley (97)   McAllister   McDonald   Nenova   Nöth   Nooteboom   Pereira   Peters   Reilly   Rieger   Rodríguez   Seyfeddinipur   Shillcock   Spilker   Torres   Varona   Vasic   Watanabe   Wengelin   Wesener   Wijnen   Yoshida  

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

Annotation and Disyluency Types

Rodríguez, L. J. / Torres, I. / Varona, A.: "Annotation and analysis of disfluencies in a spontaneous speech corpus in Spanish", 1-4.

Eklund, Robert: "Prolongations: A dark horse in the disfluency stable", 5-8.


Howell, Peter / Au-Yeung, James: "Application of EXPLAN theory to spontaneous speech control", 9-12.

Vasic, Nada / Wijnen, Frank: "Stuttering and speech monitoring", 13-16.

Yoshida, Michiko: "Repeated phoneme effect in Japanese speech errors", 17-20.

Nooteboom, Sieb G.: "Different sources of lexical bias and overt self-corrections", 21-24.

Den, Yasuharu: "Are word repetitions really intended by the speaker?", 25-28.

Seyfeddinipur, Mandana / Kita, Sotaro: "Gesture as an indicator of early error detection in self-monitoring of speech", 29-32

Abou-Haidar, Laura: "Pauses in speech by French speakers with Down Syndrome", 33-36.

Prosody and Phonetics

Hokkanen, Tapio: "Prosodic marking of self-repairs", 37-40.

Duez, Danielle: "Acoustico-phonetic characteristics of filled pauses in spontaneous French speech: preliminary results", 41-44.

Kohler, Klaus J. / Peters, Benno / Wesener, Thomas: "Interruption glottalization in German spontaneous speech", 45-48.

Nenova, Nikolinka / Joue, Gina / Reilly, Ronan / Carson-Berndsen, Julie: "Sound and function regularities in interjections", 49-52.

Shillcock, Richard / Kirby, Simon / McDonald, Scott / Brew, Chris: "Filled pauses and their status in the mental lexicon", 53-56.

Human Perception and Comprehension

Gósy, Mária: "The double function of disfluency phenomena in spontaneous speech", 57-60.

Bailey, Karl G. D. / Ferreira, Fernanda: "Do non-word disfluencies affect syntactic parsing?", 61-64.

McAllister, Jan / Cato-Symonds, Susan / Johnson, Blake: "Listeners’ ERP responses to false starts and repetitions in spontaneous speech", 65-68.

Debaisieux, Jeanne-Marie / Deulofeu, José: "Grammatically unacceptable utterances are communicatively accepted by native speakers, why are they ?", 69-72.

Computational Linguistics and ASR

Spilker, Jörg / Batliner, Anton / Nöth, Elmar: "How to repair speech repairs in an end-to-end system", 73-76.

Hutchinson, Ben / Pereira, Cécile: "Um, one large pizza. A preliminary study of disfluency modelling for improving ASR.", 77-80.

Disfluency as a General Cognitive Phenomenon

Rieger, Caroline L.: "Idiosyncratic fillers in the speech of bilinguals", 81-84.

Wengelin, Asa: "Disfluencies in writing - are they like in speaking?", 85-88.

Watanabe, Michiko: "The usage of fillers at discourse segment boundaries in japanese lecture-style monologues", 89-92.

Lickley, Robin J.: "Dialogue moves and disfluency rates", 93-96.

Bard, Ellen G. / Lickley, Robin J. / Aylett, Matthew P.: "Is disfluency just difficulty?", 97-100.

Photos from the Workshop