Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech

Aix-en-Provence, France
September 10-12, 2005

Bibliographic Reference

[DiSS-2005] Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS'05), Aix-en-Provence, France, September 10-12, 2005, ed. by Jean Véronis and Estalle Campione, ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/diss_05

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Adda   Adda-Decker (27)   Adda-Decker (47)   Akande   Anderson   Arbisi-Kelm   Aylett   Bard   Barras   Bartkova   Bénard   Boula_de_Mareüil   Bouraoui   Busan   Campione   Candea   Chen   Cole   Cooper   Delmonte   Den   Doorn   Evans   Fabbro   Fägersten   Fletcher   Grassi   Habert   Hale   Harmegnies   Hasegawa-Johnson   Hayes   Hennoste   Henry   Hirose   Howell (93)   Howell (99)   Jaeger   Jun   Jurafsky   Kaneda   Kim   Kingston   Kitazawa   Ladd   Lee, Eun-Kyung   Lee, Lin-Shan   Lickley   Lin   Lövgren   Lu   Magro   McAllister   Minematsu   Mo   Morgan   Nespoulous   Nicholson   Nooteboom   Pallaud   Paroubek   Pasamontes   Patel   Pelamatti   Piccaluga   Ross   Salas   Sandoval   Savage   Shattuck-Hufnagel   Shih   Soderstrom   Tavano   Thompson   Toledano   Tseng   Vasilescu   Veilleux   Véronis   Vigouroux   Watanabe   Yasinnik   Yoon   Zhao  

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Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

McAllister, Jan / Kingston, Mary: "Characteristics of final part-word repetitions", 7-11.

Arbisi-Kelm, Timothy / Jun, Sun-Ah: "A comparison of disfluency patterns in normal and stuttered speech", 13-16.

Aylett, Matthew P.: "Extracting the acoustic features of interruption points using non-lexical prosodic analysis", 17-20.

Bartkova, Katarina: "Prosodic cues of spontaneous speech in French", 21-25.

Boula de Mareüil, Philippe / Habert, Benoît / Bénard, Frédérique / Adda-Decker, Martine / Barras, Claude / Adda, Gilles / Paroubek, Patrick: "A quantitative study of disfluencies in French broadcast interviews", 27-32.

Bouraoui, Jean-Leon / Vigouroux, Nadine: "Disfluency phenomena in an apprenticeship corpus", 33-37.

Busan, Pierpaolo / Pelamatti, Giovanna / Tavano, Alessandro / Grassi, Michele / Fabbro, Franco: "Improvement of verbal behavior after pharmacological treatment of developmental stuttering: a case study", 39-42.

Campione, Estelle / Véronis, Jean: "Pauses and hesitations in French spontaneous speech", 43-46.

Candea, Maria / Vasilescu, Ioana / Adda-Decker, Martine: "Inter- and intra-language acoustic analysis of autonomous fillers", 47-51.

Cole, Jennifer / Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark / Shih, Chilin / Kim, Heejin / Lee, Eun-Kyung / Lu, Hsin-yi / Mo, Yoonsook / Yoon, Tae-Jin: "Prosodic parallelism as a cue to repetition and error correction disfluency", 53-58.

Cooper, Andrew A. / Hale, John T.: "Promotion of disfluency in syntactic parallelism", 59-63.

Delmonte, Rodolfo: "Modeling conversational styles in Italian by means of overlaps", 65-70.

Fägersten, Kristy Beers: "Hesitations and repair in German", 71-76.

Fletcher, Janet / Evans, Nicholas / Ross, Belinda: "The intra-word pause and disfluency in Dalabon", 77-81.

Hennoste, Tiit: "Repair-initiating particles and um-s in Estonian spontaneous speech", 83-88.

Henry, Sandrine: "Repeats in spontaneous spoken French: the influence of the complexity of phrases", 89-92.

Howell, Peter / Akande, Olatunji: "Simulations of the types of disfluency produced in spontaneous utterances by fluent speakers, and the change in disfluency type seen as speakers who stutter get older", 93-98.

Howell, Peter / Hayes, Jennifer / Savage, Ceri / Ladd, Jane / Patel, Nafisa: "Factors that determine the form and position of disfluencies in spontaneous utterances", 99-102.

Jaeger, T. Florian: "Optional that indicates production difficulty: evidence from disfluencies", 103-108.

Kaneda, Jumpei: "Phrase-final rise-fall intonation and disfluency in Japanese - a preliminary study", 109-112.

Kitazawa, Shigeyoshi: "Evaluation of vowel hiatus in prosodic boundaries of Japanese", 113-116.

Lin, Che-Kuang / Tseng, Shu-Chuan / Lee, Lin-Shan: "Important and new features with analysis for disfluency interruption point (IP) detection in spontaneous Mandarin speech", 117-121.

Lövgren, Tobias / Doorn, Jan van: "Influence of manipulation of short silent pause duration on speech fluency", 123-126.

Magro, Elgar-Paul: "Disfluency markers and their facial and gestural correlates. preliminary observations on a dialogue in French", 127-131.

Nicholson, Hannele / Bard, Ellen Gurman / Lickley, Robin / Anderson, Anne H. / Chen, Catriona Havard (3) Yiya: "Disfluency and behaviour in dialogue: evidence from eye-gaze", 133-138.

Nooteboom, Sieb: "Lexical bias re-re-visited. some further data on its possible cause.", 139-144.

Pallaud, Berthille: "The re-adjustment of word-fragments in spontaneous spoken French", 145-149.

Piccaluga, Myriam / Nespoulous, Jean-Luc / Harmegnies, Bernard: "Disfluencies as a window on cognitive processing. an analysis of silent pauses in simultaneous interpreting", 151-155.

Soderstrom, Melanie / Morgan, James L.: "Disfluency in speech input to infants? the interaction of mother and child to create error-free speech input for language acquisition", 157-162.

Thompson, Ellen: "A cross-linguistic look at VP-ellipsis and verbal speech errors", 163-164.

Toledano, Doroteo T. / Sandoval, Antonio Moreno / Pasamontes, José Colás / Salas, Javier Garrido: "Acoustic-phonetic decoding of different types of spontaneous speech in Spanish", 165-168.

Watanabe, Michiko / Den, Yasuharu / Hirose, Keikichi / Minematsu, Nobuaki: "The effects of filled pauses on native and non-native listeners˛ speech processing", 169-172.

Yasinnik, Yelena / Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stefanie / Veilleux, Nanette: "Gesture marking of disfluencies in spontaneous speech", 173-178.

Zhao, Yuan / Jurafsky, Dan: "A preliminary study of Mandarin filled pauses", 179-182.