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ExLing 2008 (61)

Word category and prosodic emphasis in dialog modules of speech technology applications
Christina Alexandris
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0002/000061

Saudi accented Arabic voice bank
Mansour Alghamdi, Fayez Alhargan, Mohamed Alkanhal, Ashraf Alkhairy, Munir Eldesouki and Ammar Alenazi
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0003/000062

A new Arabic stemming algorithm
Eiman Tamah AlShammari and Jessica Lin
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0004/000063

Neurolinguistic aspects of metaphor theory
Georgia Andreou and Ioannis Galantomos
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0005/000064

Prosodic variation in L2: a case of Germans speaking English
Volha Anufryk, Matthias Jilka and Grzegorz Dogil
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0006/000065

The influence of top-down expectations on the perception of syllable prominence
Denis Arnold and Petra Wagner
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0007/000066

Coarticulation in non-native speakers of English: /ǝlV/-sequences in non-proficient vs. proficient learners
Henrike Baumotte and Grzegorz Dogil
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0010/000069

Rhythm and stress intervals in Greek and Russian
Antonis Botinis, Marios Fourakis and Olga Nikolaenkova
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0011/000070

Investigations of speech segmentation: addressing the writing bias in language research
Victor J. Boucher and Annie C. Gilbert
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0012/000071

Two sources of voicing neutralization in Lithuanian
Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0013/000072

Stress assignment in Brazilian Portuguese: a usage-based approach
Maria Cantoni
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0014/000073

The temporal structure of professional speaking styles in Brazilian Portuguese
Luciana Castro and João Antônio de Moraes
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0015/000074

Prosodic perception of sentence types in Greek
Anthi Chaida
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0016/000075

Classification by discriminant analysis of the energy in view of the detection of accentuated syllable in Standard Arabic
Amina Chentir, Mhania Guerti and Daniel Hirst
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0017/000076

The identification of the place of articulation in coda stops as a function of the preceding vowel: a cross-linguistic study
Man-ni Chu, Carlos Gussenhoven and Roeland van Hout
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0018/000077

Reading mathematical exercises: preliminary results
Deolinda Correia, Isabel Hub Faria and Paula Luegi 
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0019/000078

Prosody in read aloud text: relation with information status, content type and boundary strength
Hanny den Ouden and Carel van Wijk
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0020/000079

Imperatives in European Portuguese: a perception approach
Isabel Falé
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0021/000080

Nasometric values for European Portuguese: preliminary results
Isabel Falé and Isabel Hub Faria
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0022/000081

Priming effect on word reading and recall
Isabel Hub Faria and Paula Luegi
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0023/000082

Formulaic expressions in language technology
María Fernández-Parra
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0024/000083

Model-based duration analysis on English natives and Thai learners
Chatchawarn Hansakunbuntheung, Hiroaki Kato and Yoshinori Sagisaka
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0026/000085

Lexicalization of natural actions and cross-linguistic stability
Paul E. Hemeren, Sofia Kasviki and Barbara Gawronska
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0027/000086

The effect of focus on lexical tones in Vietnamese
Stefanie Jannedy
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0029/000088

MORPHEMIA: a semi-supervised algorithm for the segmentation of Modern Greek words into morphemes
Constandinos Kalimeris and Stelios Bakamidis
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0030/000089

Tongue movements and syllable onset complexity: ultrasound study
Tanja Kocjancic
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0032/000091

Phonetic convergence and language talent within native-nonnative interactions
Natalie Lewandowski, Travis Wade and Grzegorz Dogil
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0035/000094

A comparison of Taiwanese sign language and manually coded Chinese: word length and short-term memory capacity
Hsiu-Tan Liu, Chin-Hsing Tseng and Chun-Jung Liu
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0036/000095

The role of animacy in the production of Greek relative clauses
Sofia Loui and Silvia P. Gennari
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0037/000096

Acoustic model of stress in standard Greek and Greek dialects
Anastassia Loukina
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0038/000097

Using F2 transition parameters in distinguishing Persian affricates from homorganic consonants
Zahra Mahmoodzade and Mahmoud Bijankhan
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0039/000098

Intonation of parentheses in spontaneous French sentences
Philippe Martin
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0040/000099

Perception of consonant clusters in Japanese native speakers: influence of foreign language learning
Hinako Masuda and Takayuki Arai
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0041/000100

How are words reduced in spontaneous speech?
Holger Mitterer
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0042/000101

Phonological free variation in English: an empirical study
Jose A. Mompean
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0043/000102

PENS: a confidence parameter estimating the number of speakers
Siham Ouamour, Mhania Guerti and Halim Sayoud
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0045/000104

Phoneme classification using the Hartley Phase Spectrum
Ioannis Paraskevas and Maria Rangoussi
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0046/000105

The influence of music education and training on SLA
Barbara Pastuszek-Lipińska
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0047/000106

Compensatory lengthening in Persian: the timing of non-modal phonation
Vahid Sadeghi
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0049/000108

Faster time-aligned phonetic transcriptions through partial automation
Ben Serridge and Luciana Castro
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0050/000109

Frequency effects in language acquisition: a case study of plural forms in Brazilian Portuguese
Thais Cristófaro Silva and Christina Abreu Gomes
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0052/000111

Objective evaluation of second language learner’s translation proficiency using statistical translation measures
Hajime Tsubaki, Keiji Yasuda, Hirofumi Yamamoto and Yoshinori Sagisaka 
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0055/000114

Automatic labelling of prosody
Agnieszka Wagner
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0056/000115

Name dominance in spoken word recognition is (not) modulated by expectations: evidence from synonyms
Andrea Weber and Alissa Melinger
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0057/000116

Vocal stereotypes
Melanie Weirich
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0058/000117

Does uncertainty effect the case of exhaustive interpretation?
Charlotte Wollermann and Bernhard Schröder
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0059/000118

“Sounds like a rainbow” - sound-colour mappings in vowel perception
Magdalena Wrembel and Karolina Rataj
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0060/000119

Focus effects on syllable duration in Cypriot Greek
Charalabos Themistocleous
DOI: 10.36505/ExLing-2008/02/0061/000120