Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence

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Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence. / Jensen, Christian; Tøndering, John.

Proceedings of Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, September 4–8, 2005, Lisbon. red. / I. Trancoso. 2005. s. 2385-2388.

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Jensen, C & Tøndering, J 2005, Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence. i I Trancoso (red.), Proceedings of Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, September 4–8, 2005, Lisbon. s. 2385-2388, Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005, Lisbon, Portugal, 04/09/2005.

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Jensen, C., & Tøndering, J. (2005). Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence. I I. Trancoso (red.), Proceedings of Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, September 4–8, 2005, Lisbon (s. 2385-2388)

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Jensen C, Tøndering J. Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence. I Trancoso I, red., Proceedings of Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, September 4–8, 2005, Lisbon. 2005. s. 2385-2388

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Jensen, Christian ; Tøndering, John. / Choosing a scale for measuring perceived prominence. Proceedings of Interspeech — Eurospeech 2005: 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, September 4–8, 2005, Lisbon. red. / I. Trancoso. 2005. s. 2385-2388

Bibtex

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