DiSS-LPSS Joint Workshop 2010

The 5th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech
The 2nd International Symposium on Linguistic Patterns in Spontaneous Speech

Tokyo, Japan, September 25-26, 2010

Bibliographic Reference

[DiSS-LPSS-2010] DiSS-LPSS Joint Workshop 2010 - 5th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech and 2nd International Symposium on Linguistic Patterns in Spontaneous Speech, Tokyo, Japan, September 25-26, 2010; ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/diss_lpss_2010

Introduction to the Workshop

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Adda-Decker   AMANO   Auchlin   Avanzi   Baker (3)   Baker (7)   Barbosa   BARR   Black   Brouwer   Chin   Corley   Cucchiarini   Cutler   Den (31)   Den (55)   van Doremalen   Eberhard   Eklund   Enomoto   Finlayson   Garcia-Fernandez   Goldman   Gustafson (63)   Gustafson (81)   Harwardt   Hazan (3)   Hazan (7)   Heeman   Hsieh   Huang   Ishimoto   Jokinen   Kawada   Koiso   Kuei   Lee, Chien-Wen   Lee, Tzu-Lun   Lickley (115)   Lickley (119)   Lunsford   Maekawa   Maruyama   Merlo   Mitterer   Morita   Neiberg (63)   Neiberg (81)   Nicholson   Rosset (79)   Rosset (111)   van Santen   Scheutz   Sekine   Strik   Takanashi   Tsai   Tseng (11)   Tseng (39)   Tseng (67)   Tsou   Tuinman   Vasilescu (79)   Vasilescu (111)   Wang   Watanabe   Yang   Yoshida, Etsuko   Yoshida, Nao  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to keynote and invited papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts. Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Invited Papers

Amano, Shigeaki: "Infant speech database for longitudinal analysis of spoken language development", 1.

Barr, Dale: "Disfluency as metacommunication", 2.

Speech Style

Baker, Rachel / Hazan, Valerie: "LUCID: a corpus of spontaneous and read clear speech in British English", 3-6.

Hazan, Valerie / Baker, Rachel: "Does reading clearly produce the same acoustic-phonetic modifications as spontaneous speech in a clear speaking style?", 7-10.

Tseng, Shu-Chuan / Tsou, Pei-Chen / Kuei, Ko / Lee, Chien-Wen: "Assessing sentence repetition and narrative speech data produced by hearing-impaired and normally hearing children", 11-14.

Cucchiarini, Catia / Doremalen, Joost van / Strik, Helmer: "Fluency in non-native read and spontaneous speech", 15-18.

Filled Pauses and Other Types of Disfluency

Merlo, Sandra / Barbosa, Plínio A.: "Periodic cycles of hesitation phenomena in spontaneous speech", 19-22.

Eklund, Robert: "The effect of directed and open disambiguation prompts in authentic call center data on the frequency and distribution of filled pauses and possible implications for filled pause hypotheses and data collection methodology", 23-26.

Kawada, Takuya: "On the characteristics of three types of Japanese fillers: e-, ma-, and demonstrative-type fillers", 27-30.

Watanabe, Michiko / Den, Yasuharu: "Utterance-initial elements in Japanese: a comparison among fillers, conjunctions, and topic phrases", 31-34.

Phonological and Phonetic Aspects

Harwardt, Corinna: "Investigating the COG ratio as feature for speaker verification on high-effort speech", 35-38.

Tseng, Shu-Chuan / Lee, Tzu-Lun: "Contextual effects in recognizing reduced words in spontaneous speech", 39-42.

Cutler, Anne / Mitterer, Holger / Brouwer, Susanne / Tuinman, Annelie: "Phonological competition in casual speech", 43-46.

Maekawa, Kikuo: "Final lowering and boundary pitch movements in spontaneous Japanese", 47-50.

Dialog and Interaction

Maruyama, Takehiko / Takanashi, Katsuya / Yoshida, Nao: "An annotation scheme for syntactic unit in Japanese dialog", 51-54.

Koiso, Hanae / Den, Yasuharu: "Towards a precise model of turn-taking for conversation: a quantitative analysis of overlapped utterances", 55-58.

Morita, Emi: "Salientizing the breaks in talk: a study of Japanese segmentizing", 59-62.

Gustafson, Joakim / Neiberg, Daniel: "Prosodic cues to engagement in non-lexical response tokens in Swedish", 63-66.

Various Aspects of Spontaneous Speech

Tseng, Shu-Chuan / Huang, Yun-Ru: "A socio-phonetic analysis of Taiwan Mandarin interview speech", 67-70.

Sekine, Kazuki: "Gesture correction in children", 71-74.

Yang, Li-chiung: "Meaning and use: a pragmatic and prosodic analysis of interjections in conversational speech", 75-78.

Garcia-Fernandez, Anne / Vasilescu, Ioana / Rosset, Sophie: "euh as cue for speaker confidence and word searching in human spoken answers in French", 79-80.

Neiberg, Daniel / Gustafson, Joakim: "Modeling conversational interaction using coupled Markov chains", 81-84.

Wang, Kun-Ching / Chin, Chiun-Li / Tsai, Yi-Hsing: "Voice activity detection based on combination of weighted sub-band features using auto-correlation function", 85-88.

Nicholson, Hannele / Eberhard, Kathleen / Scheutz, Matthias: "“um...i don’t see any”: the function of filled pauses and repairs", 89-92.

Hsieh, Pei-Yu: "Pitch patterns in the vocalization of a 3-month-old taiwanese infant", 93-96.

Ishimoto, Yuichi / Enomoto, Mika: "Analysis of prosodic features for end-of-utterance prediction in spontaneous Japanese", 97-100.

Goldman, Jean-Philippe / Avanzi, Mathieu / Auchlin, Antoine: "Hesitations in read vs. spontaneous French in a multi-genre corpus", 101-104.

Jokinen, Kristiina: "Hesitation and uncertainty as feedback", 103-106.

Disfluency and Dialog

Lunsford, Rebecca / Heeman, Peter A. / Black, Lois / Santen, Jan van: "Autism and the use of fillers: differences between ‘um’ and ‘uh’", 107-110.

Vasilescu, Ioana / Rosset, Sophie / Adda-Decker, Martine: "On the functions of the vocalic hesitation euh in interactive man-machine question answering dialogs in French", 111-114.

Yoshida, Etsuko / Lickley, Robin J.: "Disfluency patterns in dialogue processing", 115-118.

Finlayson, Ian R. / Lickley, Robin J. / Corley, Martin: "The influence of articulation rate, and the disfluency of others, on one's own speech", 119-122.