ESCA Workshop on Prosody

Lund, Sweden
September 27-29, 1993

Bibliographic Reference

[Prosody-1993] ESCA Workshop on Prosody, Lund, Sweden, September 27-29, 1993. ed. by David House and Paul Touati, ISCA Archive,; Working Papers 41, Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, University of Lund

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Aubergé   Bacri   Bailly   Banel   Barbosa   Bartkova   Batliner (112)   Batliner (140)   Batliner (176)   BECKMAN   Besnerais   Blanchoud   Bosch   Botinis   Bruce   Burger   Caelen-Haumont   Campbell   Carbonell   Caspers   Cedergren   van Coile   Di Cristo (204)   Di Cristo (268)   Cruttenden   d'Alessandro   Epitropakis   Fant   Filipsson   Fox   Fretheim   Fujisaki   Garrido   Geluykens   Grabe   Granström   Grřnnum   Guaďtella (128)   Guaďtella (224)   Günther   Gustafson   Haffner   Hansen   Hargrove   Hermes   Hernández-Gómez   van Heuven (132)   van Heuven (188)   van Heuven (246)   van Heuven (264)   Hirose (200)   Hirose (254)   HIRSCHBERG   HIRST (32)   Hirst (204)   Hirst (268)   Hofhuis   Horne   Horvei   House   Ito   Johansson   Johne   Keller   Kießling (112)   Kießling (140)   Kießling (176)   Kokkinakis   Kolinsky   Kompe   Kowtko   Kraayeveld   Kruckenberg   Krull   LADD   Laprie   Larreur   Leandri   Lehiste   Levac   Lindstrom   Ljungqvist   López-Gonzalo   Martin   McGarr   Mertens   Minematsu   Möbius   Morais   Nagano-Madsen   Najim   Nakatani   Nicolas   Niemann   Nilsen   Nöth (112)   Nöth (140)   Nolan   Ostendorf   Ottesen   Pasdeloup   Perreault   Petersen   Price   Quazza   Reyelt   Rietveld   Romeas   Rump   Salza   Sandri   Santi   Shattuck-Hufnagel   Sluijter   Spang-Hanssen   Spini   Stensby   Swerts (96)   Swerts (108)   Taylor   TERKEN   Touati   Warren   Weiand   Werner   Wichmann   Yang   Yiourgalis   Zellner   de Zitter  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to invited tutorial papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts


Ladd, D. Robert: "Notes on the phonology of prominence", 10-15.

Cruttenden, Alan: "The de-accenting and re-accenting of repeated lexical items", 16-19.

Grřnnum, Nina: "Rhythm in regional variants of standard danish", 20-23.

Grabe, Esther / Warren, Paul / Nolan, Francis: "Resolving category ambiguities - evidence from stress shift", 24-27.

Hermes, Dik J. / Rump, H. H.: "The role of pitch in lending prominence to syllables", 28-31.


Hirst, Daniel: "Peak, boundary and cohesion characteristics of prosodic grouping", 32-37.

Campbell, W. Nick: "Durational cues to prominence and grouping", 38-41.

Fant, Gunnar / Kruckenberg, Anita: "Towards an integrated view of stress correlates", 42-45.

Nagano-Madsen, Yasuko: "The grouping function of F0 and duration in two prosodically diverse languages - Eskimo and Yoruba", 46-49.

Wichmann, Anne: "F0 troughs and prosodic phrasing", 50-53.

Levac, Louise / Cedergren, Henrietta J. / Perreault, Hélčne: "Phonetic evidence of narrow and wide temporal scope for prosodic constituents in French", 54-57.

Fretheim, Thorstein / Nilsen, Randi Alice: "How to tell h% from l% in right-detached expressions in Norwegian", 58-61.

Synthesis and TTS Demo

Aubergé, Véronique: "Prosody modeling with a dynamic lexicon of intonative forms: application for text-to-speech synthesis", 62-65.

Barbosa, P. / Bailly, Gérard: "Generation and evaluation of rhythmic patterns for text-to-speech synthesis", 66-69.

Epitropakis, George / Yiourgalis, Nikos / Kokkinakis, George: "High quality intonation algorithm for the greek TTS - system", 70-73.

López-Gonzalo, Eduardo / Hernández-Gómez, Luis A.: "Prosodic modelling for a text-to-speech system in Spanish", 74-77.

Quazza, Silvia / Salza, Pier Luigi / Sandri, Stefano / Spini, Alberto: "Prosodic control in a text-to-speech system for Italian", 78-81.

Stensby, Sverre / Horvei, Berit / Ottesen, Georg E.: "Lexicon and prosodic structure in a text-to-speech system", 82-85.

Taylor, Paul: "Synthesizing intonation using the RFC model", 86-89.


Hirschberg, Julia: "Studies of intonation and discourse", 90-95.

Swerts, Marc: "On the prosodic prediction of discourse finality", 96-99.

Botinis, Antonis: "Intonation and prosodic coherence in greek discourse", 100-103.

Garrido, Juan María: "Analysis of global pitch contour domains at paragraph level in Spanish reading text", 104-107.

Geluykens, Ronald / Swerts, Marc: "Local and global prosodic cues to discourse organization in dialogues", 108-111.

Batliner, Anton / Weiand, C. / Kießling, Andreas / Nöth, Elmar: "Why sentence modality in spontaneous speech is more difficult to classify and why this fact is not too bad for prosody", 112-115.

Yang, Li-chiung: "Prosodic diversity in Mandarin natural discourse", 116-119.

Prominence, Grouping, and Discourse

Bacri, Nicole / Banel, Marie-Hélčne: "Rhythmic patterns and lexical parsing in French", 120-123.

Caelen-Haumont, Genevičve: "Duration and energy indices: a convergent deep organization of grouping and phrasing", 124-127.

Guaďtella, Isabelle: "Functional, acoustical and perceptual analysis of vocal hesitations in spontaneous speech", 128-131.

Heuven, Vincent J. van: "On the temporal domain of focal accent", 132-135.

Hofhuis, Elise: "Establishing prosodic structure by measuring segment duration", 136-139.

Kießling, Andreas / Kompe, Ralf / Niemann, Heinrich / Nöth, Elmar / Batliner, Anton: ""roger", "sorry", "i'm still listening": dialog guiding signals in information retrieval dialogs", 140-143.

Kowtko, Jacqueline: "Cross-speaker influences on intonation in dialogue", 144-147.

Krull, Diana: "Word-prosodic features in estonian conversational speech: some preliminary results", 148-151.

Leandri, Sylvie: "Prosodic aspects of reported speech", 152-155.

Mertens, Piet: "International grouping, boundaries, and syntactic structure in French", 156-159.

Hansen, Peter Molbćk / Petersen, Niels Reinholt / Spang-Hanssen, Ebbe: "Syntax, pauses, and temporal relations in the final part of the sentence", 160-163.

Nakatani, Christine: "Accenting on pronouns and proper names in spontaneous narrative", 164-167.

Touati, Paul: "Prosodic aspects of Political rhetoric", 168-171.

Zitter, Aart De / Coile, Bert Van: "Intonational consequences of varying the accent location", 172-175.

Models, Perception, and Applications

Batliner, Anton / Burger, Susanne / Johne, B. / Kießling, Andreas: "MÜSLI: a classification scheme for laryngealizations", 176-179.

Bruce, Gösta / Granström, Björn / Gustafson, Kjell / House, David: "Prosodic modelling of phrasing in Swedish", 180-183.

Carbonell, Noëlle / Laprie, Yves: "Automatic detection of prosodic cues for segmenting continuous speech into supralexical units", 184-187.

Caspers, Johanneke / Heuven, Vincent J. van: "Perception of low-anchoring versus high-anchoring of dutch accent-lending pitch rises", 188-191.

Günther, Carsten: "A cognitive approach to planning and representation of prosodic features in a concept-to-speech system", 192-195.

Hargrove, Patricia M. / McGarr, Nancy S.: "A transdisciplinary model for prosody applied to the teaching of clinical populations", 196-199.

Hirose, Keikichi / Minematsu, Nobuaki / Ito, Mika: "Experimental study on the role of prosodic features in the human process of spoken word perception", 200-203.

Hirst, Daniel / Cristo, Albert Di / Besnerais, Martine Le / Najim, Zohra / Nicolas, Pascale / Romeas, Pascal: "Multi-lingual modelling of intonation patterns", 204-207.

Horne, Merle / Filipsson, Marcus / Johansson, Christer / Ljungqvist, Mats / Lindstrom, Anders: "Improving the prosody in TTS systems: morphological and lexical-semantic methods for tracking 'new' vs. 'given' information", 208-211.

Keller, Eric / Zellner, Brigitte / Werner, Stefan / Blanchoud, Nicole: "The prediction of prosodic timing: rules for final syllable lengthening in French", 212-215.

Möbius, Bernd: "Perceptual evaluation of rule-generated intonation contours for German interrogatives", 216-219.

Pasdeloup, Valérie / Morais, José / Kolinsky, Régine: "Perceptual evidence for separate processing of stress pattern and phonemic string", 220-223.

Santi, Serge / Guaďtella, Isabelle: "Judgement on quality and diagnostic evaluation of synthetic prosody", 224-227.


Terken, Jacques: "Issues in the perception of prosody", 228-233.

d'Alessandro, Christophe: "A numerical model of pitch perception for short-duration vocal tones: application to intonation analysis", 234-237.

Reyelt, Matthias: "Experimental investigation on the perceptual consistency and the automatic recognition of prosodic units in spoken German", 238-241.

Bosch, Louis ten: "Algorithmic classification of pitch movements", 242-245.

Sluijter, Agaath M. C. / Heuven, Vincent J. van: "Perceptual cues of linguistic stress: intensity revisited", 246-249.

Fox, Robert Allen / Lehiste, Ilse: "Effect of pitch movement timing on perceived duration and prominence in estonian and English listeners", 250-253.

Fujisaki, Hiroya / Hirose, Keikichi: "Analysis and perception of intonation expressing paralinguistic information in spoken Japanese", 254-257.

Production, Models, and Synthesis

Beckman, Mary E.: "Modeling the production of prosody", 258-263.

Kraayeveld, J. / Rietveld, A. C. M. / Heuven, Vincent J. van: "Speaker specificity in prosodic parameters", 264-267.

Cristo, Albert Di / Hirst, Daniel: "Prosodic regularities in the surface structure of French questions", 268-271.

Ostendorf, Mari / Price, Patti J. / Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stephanie: "Combining statistical and linguistic methods for modeling prosody", 272-275.

Martin, Philippe: "Models and reality: from intonation theory to intonation curves", 276-279.

Bartkova, Katarina / Haffner, P. / Larreur, Danielle: "Intensity prediction for speech synthesis in French", 280-283.