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Hybridizing conversational and clear speech to determine the degree of contribution of acoustic features to intelligibility
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FIG. 1.

Raw intelligibility scores for CNV, CLR, and HYB conditions. The error bars indicate the extent of the SDs. The results marked with an asterisk are significantly different .

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TABLE I.

Example configurations governing the hybridization algorithm. Each configuration determines a speech style (CNV or CLR) as source for six acoustic features of speech.

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TABLE II.

An example of the phoneme alignment operations and corresponding parallelization for a HYB-P configuration. The first two columns contain the CNV and the CLR speech phoneme sequence, after alignment, with the third column indicating the corresponding operation. The last column contains the hybrid phoneme sequence obtained when setting and , necessitating an insertion of the CLR plosive release // into the CNV speech, and a deletion of the pause /(.)/ from the CLR speech.

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TABLE III.

Listeners’ average SNR50% levels in dB, with SDs in parentheses, for materials A and B in partitions SD and LD. Results are from the speech corpus verification (V) test, as well as from the three intelligibility experiments (E).

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Scitation: Hybridizing conversational and clear speech to determine the degree of contribution of acoustic features to intelligibility
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/124/4/10.1121/1.2967844
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