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LA SYNTHÈSE DE L'INTONATION À PARTIR DE STRUCTURES SYNTAXIQUES RICHES

LA SYNTHÈSE DE L'INTONATION À PARTIR DE STRUCTURES SYNTAXIQUES RICHES,Piet Mertens,Jean-Philippe Goldman,Éric Wehrli

LA SYNTHÈSE DE L'INTONATION À PARTIR DE STRUCTURES SYNTAXIQUES RICHES   (Citations: 19)
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RÉSUMÉ - ABSTRACT Ledéveloppement, d’un système ,complet ,de synthèse ,de la ,parole à partir du texte ,de bonne
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    • ...Various researchers have referred to the accentual phrase (Jun and Fougeron, 2000, 2002), rhythmic unit (Hirst and Di Cristo, 1996; Di Cristo, 1999, 2000), intonation group (Mertens et al., 2001; Mertens, 2002, 2004), intone `me mineur (Rossi, 1985, 1999), phonological phrase (Post, 2000; Post, 2002), and prosodic word (Vaissie `re, 1992)...

    Pauline Welby. The role of early fundamental frequency rises and elbows in French wor...

    • ...Intonation Group and the importance of this notion for the prosodic analysis of French left-dislocation, see Mertens, Goldmann, Wehrli, & Gaudinat (2001) and De Cat (2002)...

    Cécile De Cat. French subject clitics are not agreement markers

    • ...that such dislocated elements do receive a distinctive prosody (Deshaies, Guilbault, & Paradis 1992; Guilbault 1993; Rossi 1999; Mertens, Goldmann, Wehrli, & Gaudinat 2002), and that...
    • ...dislocated from heavy subjects in spoken French on the basis of three types of approaches: that of Deshaies et al. (1992) and Guilbault (1993), that of Mario Rossi (Rossi 1971, 1972, 1981, 1999) and that of Piet Mertens (Mertens 1987, 1993, 1997; Mertens et al. 2002)...
    • ...Piet Mertens’ theory (Mertens 1987, 1993, 1997; Mertens et al. 2002) is situated at the interface between syntax and prosody...
    • ...Intonation boundaries define a structure that cannot be mapped one-to-one onto the syntactic structure, but it nonetheless respects syntactic structure (Mertens et al. 2002)...

    Cecile De Cat. Apparent non-nominative subjects in L1 French

    • ...At the level of linguistic structure, a tonal model of prosody is adopted [2, 3, 4, 5, 7]...
    • ...The presence of lexical stress can be determined on the basis of the part-of-speech, at least in most cases [4, 7]. 3. A boundary level is associated with each tone of type...
    • ...For a detailed description of these modules, see [1] and [7]...
    • ...Prior to intonation generation, particular syntactic constructions (cleft, left and right dislocation, parenthesis) affecting prosodic boundaries and tones are identified [6, 7]. Punctuation is used to derive pragmatic tags (e.g...
    • ...The duration model determines the duration of each sound, taking into account sound identity, syllable boundaries, position in the intonation group, tone identity, and speech rate [7]...

    Piet Mertens. Synthesizing Elaborate Intonation Contours in Text-to-Speech for Frenc...

    • ...Basically, our approach [3][4][5] relies on the syntactic dependencies of clitic groups (i.e...

    Jean-Philippe Goldmanet al. FipsVox : a French TTS based on a syntactic parser

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