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Laboratoire de Phonétique et de Phonologie

Le LPP, Laboratoire de Phonétique et de Phonologie est une Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR 7018) spécialisée dans la recherche et l’enseignement en phonétique expérimentale et en phonologie.

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In our daily life, speech production is often part of another action, e.g. interlocutors walk and talk next to each other. In this lecture, I will provide evidence from multimodal experiments in which we investigated the effect of rhythmic motions with the legs or hands on respiratory parameters, and the ...
Over the last century, our understanding of variability in the speech signal has undergone a variety of changes. Once regarded as noise in the signal, it has now become a major topic of investigation revealing evidence for the underlying biological, cognitive and social factors of speech. In this overview talk, ...
JPC 2017 - Statistique et données phonétiques atypiques - Nicolas Audibert
JPC 2017 - Statistique et données phonétiques atypiques - Olivier Crouzet
JPC 2017 - Statistique et données phonétiques atypiques - Frédérique Letué
Any communication system based on an acoustic channel of transmission is inevitably subject to the filtering effects of the local environment, as well as masking effects such as from competing environmental sounds. This talk focuses on the evidence for an impact on language design from local climatic and ecological conditions, ...
This talk discusses how various of the complexity measures interact with each other. Many linguists expect a pattern of compensation to be found in which a more complex system in one area is compensated by simplicity in another, but to a large extent ‘cumulative complexity’ seems to be the rule: ...
This talk considers how to define phonological complexity and covers some of the variables that have been put forward as appropriate measures of this concept. These include the inventory size, the complexity of the individual segments in the inventory, and the relative frequency of simpler vs more complex elements in ...
PCCM5 - Doris Mucke - Introduction to Articulatory Phonology
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