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Andreas Windmann
Andreas Windmann
Phonetics and Phonology, Bielefeld University, Germany
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Towards the automatic detection of involvement in conversation
C Oertel, C De Looze, S Scherer, A Windmann, P Wagner, N Campbell
Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Enactment. The Processing …, 2011
282011
Teasing apart lexical stress and sentence accent in Hungarian and German
Á Szalontai, P Wagner, K Mády, A Windmann
Munich University, 2016
202016
Optimization-based modeling of speech timing
A Windmann, J Šimko, P Wagner
Speech Communication 74, 76-92, 2015
202015
Prominence-based prosody prediction for unit selection speech synthesis
A Windmann, I Jauk, F Tamburini, P Wagner
Proceedings of Interspeech 2011, 2011
112011
Acted and spontaneous conversational prosody—Same or Different
P Wagner, A Windmann
Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5, 2016
82016
Objective, Subjective and Linguistic Roads to Perceptual Prominence-How are they compared and why?
P Wagner, F Tamburini, A Windmann
INTERSPEECH, 2386-2389, 2012
82012
Automatic prominence annotation of a German speech synthesis corpus: towards prominence-based prosody generation for unit selection synthesis
A Windmann, P Wagner, F Tamburini, D Arnold, C Oertel
Proceedings of the 7th ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Speech …, 2010
82010
Re-enacted and spontaneous conversational prosody—how different?
P Wagner, A Windmann
Proceedings of Speech Prosody, 518-522, 2016
72016
Probing theories of speech timing using optimization modeling
A Windmann, J Simko, P Wagner
Proceedings of Speech Prosody 7, 2014
72014
Polysyllabic shortening and word-final lengthening in English
A Windmann, J Simko, P Wagner
Proceedings of Interspeech 2015, 2015
62015
No time to lose? Time shrinking effects enhance the impression of rhythmic ‘isochrony’and fast speech rate
P Wagner, A Windmann
Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, Brighton, UK, 1523-1526, 2009
52009
A unified account of prominence effects in an optimization-based model of speech timing
A Windmann, J Šimko, P Wagner
Interspeech, 159-163, 2014
42014
Modeling durational incompressibility
A Windmann, J Simko, B Wrede, P Wagner
Speech in Life Sciences and Human Societies. Vol. 2, 2014
42014
Time Shrinking Effects on Speech Tempo Perception.
P Wagner, A Windmann
ICPhS, 2082-2085, 2011
42011
Optimization-based model of speech timing and rhythm
A Windmann, J Simko, B Wrede, P Wagner
Proceedings of Laboratory Phonology 13, 2012
32012
Optimization-based modeling of suprasegmental speech timing
A Windmann
Dissertation, Bielefeld, Universität Bielefeld, 2016, 2016
22016
What do regression analyses of inter-stress interval duration really measure?
A Windmann, J Simko, P Wagner
Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2015
22015
Teasing apart lexical and phrasal stress in Hungarian and German
A Windmann, A Szalontai, K Mády, P Wagner
University of Kent at Canterbury, 2016
2016
Optimization-based modeling of durational incompressibility in speech
A Windmann, J Simko, P Wagner
2015
Kompressionseffekte und wortfinale Längung im Englischen
A Windmann, J Simko, P Wagner
2014
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