Opening Session Tuesday March 23, 2004 Sound Examples Page
Fujisaki, H (invited) Information, Prosody, and Modeling - with Emphasis on Tonal Features of Speech 1
Lehiste, I (invited) Prosody in Speech and Singing 11
Sugito, M (invited) 50 Years of Studies of Japanese Prosody 15
Poster Session 1a - Accent, Stress, Focus, Emphasis and Prominence Tuesday March 23, 2004   20
Baumann, S; Grice, M Accenting Accessible Information 21
Igarashi, Y “Segmental Anchoring” of F0 under Changes in Speech Rate: Evidence from Russian 25
Kim, H; Cole, J; Choi, H; Hasegawa-Johnson, M The Effect of Accent on Acoustic Cues to Stop Voicing and Place of Articulation in Radio News Speech 29
Kubozono, H; Ogawa, S Emergence of Unaccented Words in Japanese 33
Okobi, AO; Hirose, K Japanese Repetition of Normal and Prosodically-Modified English Words 37
Otake, T; Higuchi, M A Role of Pitch Accent in Spoken-Word Recognition in Accentless Japanese Dialects: Evidence from Fukushima Listeners 41
Yoshida, YZ Asymmetric Distribution of Accents and the Related Issue of Vowel Duration 45
Barbosa, PA; Arantes, P; Silveira, LS Unifying Stress Shift and Secondary Stress Phenomena with a Dynamical Systems Rhythm Rule  49
Costa, F Intrinsic Prosodic Properties of Stressed Vowels in European Portuguese  53
Stevens, M; Hajek, J Preaspiration in Sienese Italian & Its Interaction with Stress in /VC:/ Sequences  57
Harnud, H Stress on Mongolian Trisyllabic Words  61
Karlsson, AM; Svantesson, J-O Prominence and Mora in Mongolian 65
Swerts, M; Krahmer, E Congruent and Incongruent Audiovisual Cues to Prominence 69
Dohen, M; Lvenbruck, H; Cathiard, M-A, Schwartz, J-L Can we see Focus? A Visual Perception Study of Contrastive Focus in French 73
Dohen, M; Lvenbruck, H; Cathiard, M-A, Schwartz, J-L Identification of the Possible Visible Correlates of Contrastive Focus in French 77
Xu, Y; Xu, CX; Sun, X On the Temporal Domain of Focus 81
Yeou, M The Realization of Accentual Focus in Moroccan Learners of English 85
Poster Session 1b - Tone, Intonation and Prosody in Music Tuesday March 23, 2004   90
Chen, CC, Jr; Au, C-P Tone Assignment in Second Language Prosodic Learning 91
Ni, J; Kawai, H Pitch Targets Anchor Chinese Tone and Intonation Patterns 95
Surendran, D; Levow, G-A The Functional Load of Tone in Mandarin is as High as that of Vowels 99
Calhoun, S Phonetic Dimensions of Intonational Categories: The case of L+H* and H* 103
Cao, W A Preliminary Analysis of Focus and Ending in Chinese Intonation 107
Chu, M; Bao, M Comparison of Sentential-Stress Allocation within Base Phrases among Different Reading Styles 111
House, D Final Rises in Spontaneous Swedish Computer-Directed Questions: Incidence and Function 115
Lee, W-S The Prosodic Characteristics of the Number Words in Hong Kong Cantonese 119
Verhoeven, J; Marien, P Prosody and Foreign Accent Syndrome: A Comparison of Pre- and Post-stroke Speech 123
Welby, P The Structure of French Intonational Rises: A Study of Text-to-Tune Alignment 127
Yuan, J; Shih, C Confusability of Chinese Intonation 131
Zee, E The Prosody of the Compound Words in Standard Chinese 135
Shevchenko, TI; Skopintseva, TS Prosody Variation in English: Geographical, Social, Situational 139
Caelen-Haumont, G; Auran, C The Phonology of Melodic Prominence: The Structure of Melisms 143
Cook, ND; Fujisawa, T; Takami, K Application of a Psychoacoustical Model of Harmony to Speech Prosody 147
Kojima, K; Yanagida, M; Nakayama, I Variability of Vibrato: A Comparative Study between Japanese Traditional Singing and Bel Canto 151
Martin, P Intonation of French Songs: From Text to Tune 155
Oral Session 1 - Phonology and Phonetics of Prosody Tuesday March 23, 2004   160
Ohala, JJ (invited) Prosody and Phonology 161
Hirst, DJ (invited) The Phonology and Phonetics of Speech Prosody: Between Acoustics and Interpretation 163
Kohler, KJ Prosody Revisited: FUNCTION, TIME , and the LISTENER in Intonational Phonology 171
Bruce, G An Intonational Typology of Swedish 175
Gussenhoven, C; Driessen, W Explaining Two Correlations between Vowel Quality and Tone: The Duration Connection 179
Selkirk, E; Shinya, T; Kawahara, S Phonological and Phonetic Effects of Minor Phrase Length on f0 in Japanese 183
Oral Session 2 - Prosody and Voice Quality Wednesday March 24, 2004   188
Ni Chasaide, A; Gobl, C (invited) Voice Quality and f0 in Prosody: Towards a Holistic Account 189
Demenko, G; Obrębowski, A; Pruszewicz, A; Wiskirska-Woźnica, B; Świdziński, P; Wojnowski, W Suprasegmental Analysis for Complex Quality Assessment in Pathological Voices 197
Auberge, V; Audibert, N; Rilliard, A Acoustic Morphology of Expressive Speech: What about Contours? 201
Devillers, L; Vasilescu, I; Vidrascu, L F0 and Pause Features Analysis for Anger and Fear Detection in Real-Life Spoken Dialogs 205
Teshigawara, M Random Splicing: A Method of Investigating the Effects of Voice Quality on Impression Formation 209
Ito, M Politeness and Voice Quality  The Alternative Method to Measure Aspiration Noise 213
Campbell, N Accounting for Voice-Quality Variation 217
Poster Session 2a - Temporal Structure, Discourse, and Dialogue Wednesday March 24, 2004   222
Bouzon, C; Hirst, DJ Isochrony and Prosodic Structure in British English 223
Wagner, PS; Dellwo, V Introducing YARD (Yet Another Rhythm Determination) and Re-Introducing Isochrony to Rhythm Research 227
Cao, J Restudy of Segmental Lengthening in Mandarin Chinese 231
Kozasa, T Durational Cues and Pitch Cues in Japanese Mora 235
Sun, L; Hu, Y; Wang, R-H; Wu, Y A Study on Duration Compensation in Mandarin Chinese 239
Mori, Y Elasticity of Prepausal Vowels in Japanese Rhythmic Structure 243
Jian, H-L On the Syllable Timing in Taiwan English 247
Tseng, C-Y; Lee, Y-L Speech Rate and Prosody Units: Evidence of Interaction from Mandarin Chinese 251
Wong, WYP Syllable Fusion and Speech Rate in Hong Kong Cantonese 255
Auran, C; Hirst, DJ Anaphora, Connectives and Resetting: Prosodic and Pragmatic Parameters Interactions in the Marking of Discourse Structure 259
Oliveira, M, Jr; Cunha, DAC Prosody As Marker of Direct Reported Speech Boundary 263
Yang, L-C Duration and Pauses as Cues to Discourse Boundaries in Speech 267
Barkhuysen, P; Krahmer, E; Swerts, M Audiovisual Perception of Communication Problems 271
Dioubina, OI Prosody of Dialogues: Influence of Recognition Failure on Local Speech Rate 275
Ito, K; Speer, SR; Beckman, ME Informational Status and Pitch Accent Distribution in Spontaneous Dialogues in English 279
Mixdorff, H Quantitative Analysis of Prosody in Task-Oriented Dialogs 283
Takamaru, K; Hiroshige, M; Araki, K; Tochinai, K A Fundamental Study on a Method to Detect Slower Phrases in Japanese Dialog Speech 287
Poster Session 2b - Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, and Prosodic Structure Wednesday March 24, 2004   292
Blanc, J-M; Dominey, PF Using Prosodic Information to Discriminate between Function and Content Words 293
Kang, S; Speer, SR Prosodic Disambiguation of Participle Constructions in English 297
Mani, N The Role of Prosody in Parsing Ambiguous Sentences 301
Strangert, E Speech Chunks in Conversation: Syntactic and Prosodic Aspects 305
Hedberg, N; Sosa, JM; Fadden, L Meanings and Configurations of Questions in English 309
Šafar_ova, M; Swerts, M On Recognition of Declarative Questions in English 313
Schmitz, H-C; Schroder, B Accentuation and Interpretation 317
Braga, D; Marques, MA The Pragmatics of Prosodic Features in the Political Debate 321
Ward, N Pragmatic Functions of Prosodic Features in Non-Lexical Utterances 325
Carlson, R; Hirschberg, J, Swerts, M Prediction of Upcoming Swedish Prosodic Boundaries by Swedish and American Listeners 329
Chavarria, S; Yoon, T-J; Cole, J; Hasegawa-Johnson, M Acoustic Differentiation of ip and IP Boundary Levels: Comparison of L- and L-L% in the Switchboard Corpus 333
Jun, J; Kim, J; Lee, H; Jun, S-A The Prosodic Structure of Northern Kyungsang Korean 337
Schreuder, M; Gilbers, D Recursive Patterns in Phonological Phrases 341
Shinya, T; Selkirk, E; Kawahara, S Rhythmic Boost and Recursive Minor Phrase in Japanese 345
Kitazawa, S; Kiriyama, S; Itoh, T; Toyama, Y Perceptual Inspection of V-V Juncture in Japanese [sound examples] 349
Sugahara, M; Turk, A Phonetic Reflexes of Morphological Boundaries at a Normal Speech Rate 353
Oral Session 3 - Paralinguistic and Nonlinguistic Information, and Prosody Wednesday March 24, 2004   358
Scherer, KR; Banziger, T (invited) Emotional Expression in Prosody: A Review and an Agenda for Future Research 359
Maekawa, K (invited) Production and Perception of ‘Paralinguistic’ Information 367
Amir, N; Almogi, B-C; Gal, R Perceiving Prominence and Emotion in Speech: A Cross Lingual Study 375
Schotz, S The Role of F0 and Duration in Perception of Female and Male Speaker Age 379
Zellner Keller, B Prosodic Styles and Personality Styles: Are the Two Interrelated? 383
Fujie, S; Yagi, D; Matsusaka, Y; Kikuchi, H; Kobayashi, T Spoken Dialogue System Using Prosody as Para-Linguistic Information 387
Oral Session 4 - Control of Prosody for High-Quality and Expressive Speech Synthesis Thursday March 25, 2004   392
Granstrom, B; House, D (invited) Audiovisual Representation of Prosody in Expressive Speech Communication 393
Sagisaka, Y; Yamashita, T; Kokenawa, Y (invited) Speech Synthesis with Attitude 401
Fant, G; Kruckenberg, A Prosody by Rule in Swedish with Language Universal Implications 405
Van Santen, JPH; Kain, A; Klabbers, E Synthesis by Recombination of Segmental and Prosodic Information 409
Tachibana, M; Yamagishi, J; Onishi, K; Masuko, T; Kobayashi, T HMM-Based Speech Synthesis with Various Speaking Styles Using Model Interpolation 413
Raidt, S; Bailly, G; Holm, B; Mixdorff, H Automatic Generation of Prosody: Comparing Two Superpositional Systems  417
Hirose, K; Sato, K; Minematsu, N Emotional Speech Synthesis with Corpus-Based Generation of F0 Contours Using Generation Process Model 421
Poster Session 3a - Analysis, Modeling and Generation of Prosody Thursday March 25, 2004   426
Aguero, PD; Wimmer, K; Bonafonte, A Automatic Analysis and Synthesis of Fujisaki’s Intonation Model for TTS 427
Bu, S; Yamamoto, M; Itahashi, S Evaluation of a Method for Automatic Determination of F0 Model Parameters 431
Gu, W; Hirose, K; Fujisaki, H A Method for Automatic Tone Command Parameter Extraction for the Model of F0 Contour Generation for Mandarin 435
Moberg, M; Parssinen, K Comparing CART and Fujisaki Intonation Models for Synthesis of US-English Names 439
Narusawa, S; Minematsu, N; Hirose, K; Fujisaki, H Evaluation of an Improved Method for Automatic Extraction of Model Parameters from Fundamental Frequency Contours of Speech 443
Ogawa, H; Sagisaka, Y Automatic Extraction of F0 Control Parameters Using Utterance Information 447
Teixeira, JP; Freitas, D; Fujisaki, H Prediction of Accent Commands for the Fujisaki Intonation Model 451
Chen, G; Hu, Y; Wu, Y; Wang, R-H A Concatenative-Tone Model With Its Parameters’ Extraction 455
Schweitzer, A; Mobius, B Exemplar-Based Production of Prosody: Evidence from Segment and Syllable Durations 459
Keller, E; Zellner Keller, B Optimal Footprint for Prosodic Modelling 463
Li, Y; Lee, T; Qian, Y F0 Analysis and Modeling for Cantonese Text-to-Speech 467
Do, TT; Takara, T Vietnamese Tones Generation Using F0 and Power Patterns 471
Farrokhi, A; Ghaemmaghami, S; Sheikhan, M Estimation of Prosodic Information for Persian Text-To-Speech System Using a Recurrent Neural Network 475
Hansakunbuntheung, C; Sagisaka, Y Analysis of Segmental Duration for Thai Speech Synthesis 479
Seresangtakul, P; Takara, T Study on Pitch Contour of Thai Polysyllabic Tone Sequences Using a Generative Model 483
Minematsu, N; Matsuoka, B; Hirose, K Prosodic Modeling of Nagauta Singing and Its Evaluation 487
Saitou, T; Unoki, M; Akagi, M Development of the F0 Control Model for Singing-Voices Synthesis 491
Lee, KY; Zhao, Y Statistical Conversion Algorithms of Pitch Contours Based on Prosodic Phrases 495
Poster Session 3b - Prosody in Speech Technology, Prosodic Annotation, and Corpora Thursday March 25, 2004   500
Araki, M; Ohmiya, H; Kida, S Input Prediction Method of Speech Front End Processor Using ProsodicInformation 501
Atterer, M; Schulte im Walde, S A PCFG for Prosodic Structure Experiments on German 505
Chen, K; Hasegawa-Johnson, M; Cohen, A; Cole, J A Maximum Likelihood Prosody Recognizer 509
Lu, M; Takagi, K; Ozeki, K Recovery of Japanese Dependency Structure Using Multiple Pause Information 513
Pellegrino, F; Farinas, J; Rouas, J-L Automatic Estimation of Speaking Rate in Multilingual Spontaneous Speech 517
Ren, Y; Kim, S-S; Hasegawa-Johnson, M; Cole, J Speaker-Independent Automatic Detection of Pitch Accent 521
Zhang, J-S; Nakamura, S; Hirose, K Tonal Contextual F0 Variations and Anchoring Based Discrimination 525
Takeuchi, M; Kitaoka, N; Nakagawa, S Timing Detection for Realtime Dialog Systems Using Prosodic and Linguistic Information 529
Kameoka, H; Nishimoto, T, Sagayama, S Multi-pitch Detection Algorithm Using Constrained Gaussian Mixture Model and Information Criterion for Simultaneous Speech 533
Erdem, C; Stergar, J; Horvat, B An Adaptable Acoustic Architecture in a Multilingual TTS System 537
Fujiwara, N; Hiroshige, M; Araki, K; Tochinai, K A Study of Clarity Control of Synthesized Speech with Prosodic Features and Phonemic Features 541
Martin, P WinPitchPro: A Tool for Text to Speech Alignment and Prosodic Analysis 545
Mertens, P The Prosogram: Semi-Automatic Transcription of Prosody Based on a Tonal Perception Model 549
Torres, HM; Gurlekian, JA Automatic Determination of Phrase Breaks for Argentine Spanish 553
Pitrelli, JF ToBI Prosodic Analysis of a Professional Speaker of American English 557
Auran, C; Bouzon, C; Hirst, DJ The Aix-MARSEC Project: An Evolutive Database of Spoken British English 561
Gut, U; Bayerl, PS Measuring the Reliability of Manual Annotations of Speech Corpora 565
Gut, U; Milde, J-T; Voormann, H; Heid, U Querying Annotated Speech Corpora 569
Oral Session 5 - Prosody in Speech Recognition, Understanding, and Summarization Thursday March 25, 2004   574
Shriberg, E; Stolcke, A (invited) Direct Modeling of Prosody: An Overview of Applications in Automatic Speech Processing 575
Chen, K; Hasegawa-Johnson, M How Prosody Improves Word Recognition 583
Qian, Y; Lee, T; Soong, FK Use of Tone Information in Continuous Cantonese Speech Recognition 587
Wang, W-J; Lee, C-J Duration Modeling for Mandarin Speech Recognition Using Prosodic Information 591
Takagi, K; Ozeki, K Dependency Analysis of Read Japanese Sentences using Pause Information: A Speaker Independent Case 595
Inoue, A; Mikami, T; Yamashita, Y Improvement of Speech Summarization Using Prosodic Information 599
Poster Session 4a - Brain Science, Voice Physics, and Speech Pathology Friday March 26, 2004   604
Imaizumi, S; Homma, M; Ozawa, Y; Maruishi, M; Muranaka, H Gender Differences in the Functional Organization of the Brain for Emotional Prosody Processing 605
Ito, K; Garnsey, SM Brain Responses to Focus-Related Prosodic Mismatch in Japanese 609
Sittiprapaporn, W; Chindaduangratn, C; Kotchabhakdi, N Auditory Pre-attentive Processing of Segmental and Suprasegmental (Speech Prosody) Phonological Units of Lexical Tones 613
Rigaldie, K; Nespoulous, JL, Vigouroux, N Dysprosody in Parkinson’s Disease: An Acoustic Study Based on Tonal Phonology and the INTSINT System 617
Cheung, Y-M An Aerodynamic Analysis of Intonation in Hong Kong Cantonese 621
Fujimoto, M Effects of Consonant Type and Syllable Position within a Word on Vowel Devoicing in Japanese 625
Meynadier, Y Mapping Between Prosodic Hierarchy and Supralaryngeal Articulatory Variations in French 629
Michaud, A A Measurement from Electroglottography: DECPA, and its Application in Prosody [sound examples] 633
Sakakibara, K; Imagawa, H Acoustical Interpretation of Certain Laryngeal Settings Using a Physical Model 637
Poster Session 4b - Emotional Expression and Voice Quality Friday March 26, 2004   642
Ishi, C T Analysis of Autocorrelation-based Parameters for Creaky Voice Detection 643
Abelin, A Cross-Cultural Multimodal Interpretation of Emotional Expressions: An Experimental Study of Spanish and Swedish 647
Dzulkhiflee, MH; Takeda, S; Muraoka, T; Ohashi, T Analysis of Prosodic Features of Emotional Expressions in Noh Farce (“Kyohgen”) Speech according to the Degree of Emotion 651
Hashizawa, Y; Takeda, S; Dzulkhiflee, MH; Ohyama, G On the Differences in Prosodic Features of Emotional Expressions in Japanese Speech according to the Degree of the Emotion 655
Ibrakhim, I Universal and Linguistic Features of Expressing Emotional Information: Differentiation in the Perception Level 659
Matte, ACF Relating Emotional Content to Speech Rate in Brazilian Portuguese 663
Nagasaki, Y; Komatsu, T Can People Perceive Different Emotions from a Non-emotional Voice by Modifying its F0 and Duration? 667
Paeschke, A Global Trend of Fundamental Frequency in Emotional Speech 671
Poster Session 4c - Prosody and Perception Friday March 26, 2004   676
Amir, N; Silber-Varod, V; Izreel, Sh Characteristics of Intonation Unit Boundaries in Spontaneous Spoken Hebrew  Perception and Acoustic Correlates [sound examples] 677
Boula de Mareuil, P; Marotta, G; Adda-Decker, M Contribution of Prosody to the Perception of Spanish/Italian Accents 681
Braun, B Answers to the Perception of Thematic Contrast and Questions regarding the Perception of Thematic “Non-Contrast” 685
Carlson, R; Elenius, K; Swerts, M Perceptual Judgments of Pitch Range 689
Chen, C-M Perception of Tone Variation: Evidence From the Varieties of Taiwan Mandarin 693
Chow, I Does Prosodic-Foot Disyllabicity Hold a Default Status in Mandarin Speech Perception? 697
Erickson, D Perception of Contrastive Emphasis by American English and Japanese Listeners 701
Shattuck-Hufnagel, S; Dilley, L; Veilleux, N; Brugos, A; Speer, R F0 Peaks and Valleys Aligned with Non-Prominent Syllables Can Influence Perceived Prominence in Adjacent Syllables 705
Fon, J Perception of Discourse Boundaries by Taiwan Mandarin Speakers 709
Fournier, R; Verhoeven, J; Swerts, M; Gussenhoven, C Prosodic and Segmental Cues to the Perception of Grammatical Number in Two Limburgian Dialects of Dutch 713
Isei-Jaakkola, T Minimum Long Quantity in Perception and Long Quantity in Production between Japanese and Finnish 717
Kamiyama, T Perception of Foreign Accentedness in L2 Prosody and Segments: L1 Japanese Speakers Learning L2 French 721
Komatsu, M; Arai, T; Sugawara, T Perceptual Discrimination of Prosodic Types 725
Kuwabara, H Perceptual Properties of Syllables Isolated from Continuous Speech for Different Speaking Rates 729
Niebuhr, O Intrinsic Pitch in Opening and Closing Diphthongs of German 733
Oral Session 6 - Physiology and Pathology of Prosody Friday March 26, 2004   738
Honda, K (invited) Physiological Factors Causing Tonal Characteristics of Speech: From Global to Local Prosody 739
Michaud, A; Tuan, VN Glottalized and Nonglottalized Tones under Emphasis: Open Quotient Curves Remain Stable, F0 Curve is Modified [sound examples] 745
Rossato, S; Audibert, N; Auberge, V Emotional Voice Measurement: A Comparison of Articulatory-EGG and Acoustic-Amplitude Parameters 749
Mori, H; Kobayashi, Y; Kasuya, H; Hirose, H; Kobayashi, N Prosodic and Segmental Evaluation of Dysarthric Speech 753
Kobayashi, N; Hirose, H; Horiguchi, S; Mori, H Changes in Prosodic Characteristics after Speech Therapy for Patients with Motor Speech Disorders 757
Kikuchi, Y; Kasuya, H Development and Evaluation of Pitch Adjustable Electrolarynx 761
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