International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages:Emphasis on Tone Languages

Beijing, 28-30 March 2004

Submitted and invited papers

Abramson, A.S.
Toward Prosodic Contrast: Suai andPattani Malay
Belotel-Grenié, A.; Grenié, M.
The Creaky Voice Phonation and theOrganisation of Chinese Discourse
Bruce, G.; Frid, J.; Thelander, I.
Swedish AccentNavigation
Campbell, N.
Listening between the lines: astudy of paralinguistic information carried by tone-of-voice
Cao, J.
Tonal Aspects in Spoken Chinese: Globaland Local Perspectives
Chen, H.
Tone and Prominence in Standard Chinese
Chen, F.; Cao, J.
Mandarin Chinese Tonal Issues fromthe Perspective of Speech Synthesis
Chen, G.P.; Hu, Y.; Wang, R.H.; Mixdorff, H.
Quantitative Analysis andSynthesis of Focus in Mandarin
Chen, J.; Li, A.; Wang, X.
Contrastive study on prosodicaspects for Standard and regional accented Chinese
Chen, X.
An Investigation of Voicing Consonantsin Continuous Speech
Connell, B.
Tone, Utterance Length and F0Scaling
Davison, D.S.
Tianjinese Tone, Stress, Prominence,and Tone Sandhi: A Study in Amplitude and f0 Tracking in Mandarin
Deng, D.; Chen, M.; Lu, S.N.
Study on Stress Models ofChinese Disyllable
Erickson, D.; Iwata, R.; Endo, M.; Fujino, A.
Effect of Tone Height on Jawand Tongue Articulation in Mandarin Chinese
Fant, G.; Kruckenberg, A.
Intonation Analysis andSynthesis with reference to Swedish
Fujisaki, H.; Ohno, S.; Gu, W.
Physiological and PhysicalMechanisms for Fundamental Frequency Control in Some Tone Languages and aCommand-Response Model for Generation of their F0 Contours
Gibbon, D.
Tone and timing: two problems and twomethods for prosodic typology
Hiki, S.; Sunaoka, K.; Yang, L.; Tokuhiro, Y.
Occurrence Frequency andTransition Probability of the Chinese Four Tones
Hirose, K.
Accent Type Recognition of JapaneseUsing Perceived Mora Pitch Values and Its Use for Pronunciation Training System
Hirst, D.J.
Lexical and Non-lexical Tone andProsodic Typology
Hoole, P.; Hu, F.
Tone-Vowel Interaction in StandardChinese
House, D.
Pitch and Alignment in the Perceptionof Tone and Intonation: Pragmatic Signals and Biological Codes
Hu, F.
Tonal Effect on Vowel Articulation in aTone Language
Kong, J.
Phonation Models of Tone andDiatone in Mandarin
Lee, W.-S.
The Effect of Intonation on the CitationTones in Cantonese
Lehiste, I.
Bisyllabicity and Tone
Liang, L.
Tonal Neutralization in Chinese: aCross-Dialectal Perspective
Li, P.-Y.
Perceptual Analysis of Six ContrastiveTones in Cantonese
Li, A.; Chen, F.; Wang, H.; Wang, T.
Perception on SynthesizedFriendly Standard Chinese Speech
Lin, M.
On Production and Perception of BoundaryTone in Chinese Intonation
Luksaneeyanawin, S.
Prosodic Analysis Revisited:the Interplay of Prosodies Resulting in Pitch Variation in Different Languages
Ma, J. K-Y.; Whitehill, T.L.; Ciocca, V.
The Effects ofIntonation Patterns on Lexical Tone Production in Cantonese
Mixdorff, H.
Quantitative Tone and IntonationModeling across Languages
Mixdorff, H.; Charnvivit, P.
Visual Cues in Thai ToneRecognition
Myers, S.
The Effects of Boundary Tones on thef0 Scaling of Lexical Tones
Ni, J.; Kawai, H.
Skeletonising Chinese FundamentalFrequency Contours with a Functional Model and Its Evaluation
Niebuhr, O.; Kohler, K.J.
Perception and CognitiveProcessing of Tonal Alignment in German
Shao, Y.; Han, J.; Liu, T.; Zhao, Y.
Prosodic Word BoundariesPrediction for Mandarin Text-to-Speech
Shih, C.
Tonal Effects on Intonation
Sittiprapaporn, W.; Chindaduangratn, C.; Kotchabhakdi, N.
Auditory PreattentiveProcessing of Speech Prosody in Lexical Tone: a Functional Imaging with LowResolution Brain Electromagnetic Topography (LORETA)
Sun, L.; Hu, Y.; Wang, R.-H.
Perceptual Analysis of DurationEvaluation in Mandarin
Svantesson, J.-O.; Karlsson, A.M.
Minor Syllable Tones inKammu
Tao, J.
Acoustic and Linguistic InformationBased Chinese Prosodic Boundary Labelling
Tillmann, H.G.; Pfitzinger, H.
Applying the MunichParametric High Definition (PHD) Speech Synthesis System to the Problem ofTeaching Chinese Tones to L1-Speakers of German
Tseng, C.C.
Prosodic Properties of Intonation inTwo Major Varieties of Mandarin Chinese: Mainland China vs. Taiwan
Tseng, C.; Pin, S.
Mandarin Chinese Prosodic PhraseGrouping and Modeling: Method and Implications
Wang, J.
The Neutral Tone in TrisyllabicSequences in Chinese Dialects
Wang, M.; Lin, M.
An Analysis of Pitch in ChineseSpontaneous Speech
Wang, G.; Peng, X.
Experimental Research on the Modalfunction of Two Adverbs Dao and Que
Wang, Y.
Tone Pattern and Word Stress inMandarin
Xiong, Z.
The Control of Tones on Pitch Movementin Mandarin
Xu, Y.
Transmitting Tone and IntonationSimultaneously: The Parallel Encoding and Target Approximation (PENTA) Model
Yan, L.; Zhao, R.; Liu, G.; Jun, G.
Large Vocabulary MandarinChinese Continuous Speech Recognition System Based on Tonal Triphone
Yan, P.; Zheng, F.
Context Directed SpeechRecognition in Dialogue Systems
Yu, J.; Lin, A.; Wang, X.
A Contrastive Investigation ofDiphthongs between Standard Mandarin and Shanghai Accented Mandarin
Zeng, X.; Martin, P.; Boulakia, G.
Tones and Intonation inDeclarative and Interrogative Sentences in Mandarin
Zhang, J.-S.; Hirose, K.; Nakamura, S.
Robust AcousticModeling of Contextual Tonal F0 Variations on the Basis of Tone NucleusFramework
Zu, Y.; Yan, R.
Tonal Alignment in Different ToneSystems