First European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology

Paris, France
September 27-29, 1989

Some Aspects of Intonation in Modern Standard Russian (Analysis-Synthesis-Analysis)

Rodmonga Potapova

Departmemt of Applied and Experimental Linguistics Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, USSR

In modem standard Russian, speech intonation is interpreted in three types of utterances: terminal declarative, nonterminal declarative, and interrogative (variable). This paper focuses on the acoustical characteristics (fundamental frequency-F0 duration-t, intensity-I) of this types of the utterances and concern with the system of intonation invariants of the Russian standard language.

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Bibliographic reference.  Potapova, Rodmonga (1989): "Some aspects of intonation in modern standard Russian (analysis-synthesis-analysis)", In EUROSPEECH-1989, 2117-2120.