Zdena Palková

Zdena Palková
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Institute of Phonetics

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Publications (15)
Conference Paper
The sound category of the vowel quantity is applied in the structure of languages in different ways, and its adaptation from one system to another is difficult. The subject of the paper is the difficulties Russian speakers have in the production of Czech texts with more long vowels in a row, i.e., in a situation that does not exist in Russian. Samp...
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The author of the article takes as her starting point the premise that verse as a particular speech form is seen against the background of everyday use of language. A close examination of the suprasegmental prosodic structure of language and the study of the perceptual effect of individual acoustic features can contribute to the transparency of the...
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Zbornik radova okupio je 57 domaćih i inozemnih autora/ica, koji/e kroz 33 rada, iz različitih istraživačkih kutova, obrađuju recentne teme o proizvodnji i percepciji govora, te o njihovoj međuovisnosti u govornom procesu. Knjiga je posvećena profesoru Damiru Horgi povodom njegova sedamdesetog rođendana.
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The paper is based on results of perceptual tests focused on recognition of Czech words in noise. Identification of vowels in the syllabic nuclei proves most consistent. Resistance of individual phonemes and regularities in their substitution are examined. The primary focus concerns the position in a word. It shows that in Czech the position in the...
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The paper presents a combined experiment in which recognition of a prosodic phrase position within a larger syntactic structure by human listeners is confronted with recognition by artificial neural networks. Apart from the success rate we are predominantly interested in similarities in the error pattern of the two recognition modes. The results su...
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One of the most crucial tasks in speech processing, whether in the psychological or the technological domain, is the division of the speech continuum into words. Many approaches have been tested to date, yet clear answers as to the foundations of the word recognition in speech are still missing. The present study employs a relatively new technologi...

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