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Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech

Stockholm, Sweden
21-23 August 2013

Contributed Papers

Disfluency and discursive markers: when prosody and syntax plan discourse
Julie Beliao, Anne Lacheret

Pauses following fillers in L1 and L2 German map task dialogues
Malte Belz, Myriam Klapi

HESITA(tions) in Portuguese: a database
Sara Candeias, Dirce Celorico, Jorge Proença, Arlindo Veiga, Fernando Perdigão

Choosing a threshold for silent pauses to measure second language fluency
Nivja H. De Jong, Hans Rutger Bosker

Lengthenings aand filled pauses in Hungarian adults’ and children’s speech
Andrea Deme, Alexandra Markó

Anti-zero pronominalization: when Japanese speakers overtly express omissible topic phrases
Yasuharu Den, Natsuko Nakagawa

Self-repairs in German children’s peer interaction – initial explorations
Laura E. de Ruiter

Self-addressed questions in disfluencies
Jonathan Ginzburg, Raquel Fernández, David Schlangen

Acoustic and linguistics features related to speech planning appearing at weak clause boundaries in Japanese monologs
Hanae Koiso, Yasuharu Den

Prediction of F0 height of filled pauses in spontaneous Japanese: a preliminary report
Kikuo Maekawa

Analysis of parenthetical clauses in spontaneous Japanese
Takehiko Maruyama

Automatic structural metadata identification based on multilayer prosodic information
Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Isabel Trancoso, Ana Isabel Mata

Which kind of hesitations can be found in Estonian spontaneous speech?
Rena Nemoto

Self-monitoring as reflected in identification of misspoken segments
Sieb Nooteboom, Hugo Quené

Catogorizing syntactic chunks for marking disfluent speech in French language
Klim Peshkov, Laurent Prévot, Stéphane Rauzy, Berthille Pallaud

Acoustical characterization of vocalic fillers in European Portuguese
Jorge Proença, Dirce Celorico, Arlindo Veiga, Sara Candeias, Fernando Perdigao

The linguistic role of hesitation disfluencies: evidence from Hebrew and Japanese
Vered Silber-Varod, Takehiko Maruyama

Phrasal complexity and the occurrence of filled pauses in presentation speeches in Japanese
Michiko Watanabe

Disfluencies and uncertainty perception – evidence from a human–machine scenario
Charlotte Wollermann, Eva Lasarcyk, Ulrich Schade, Bernhard Schröder

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