LINGUIST List 13.128

Mon Jan 21 2002

Qs: Non-native Speech Data Base, Indoeuropean Fonts

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  1. Tiina Karsikas, Non-native speech data bases
  2. Marijana Mihelcic, Indoeuropean diacritics

Message 1: Non-native speech data bases

Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 13:22:43 +0100
From: Tiina Karsikas <tikaCoLi.Uni-SB.DE>
Subject: Non-native speech data bases


I am working on non-native speech recognition and would greatly
appreciate any information on existing spoken databases for non-native
English. I know of ISLE and POLYCOST and wish to find more, preferably
labelled.

Thank you in advance,

Tiina


Tiina Karsikas
Universit=E4t des Saarlandes
FR 4.7 Phonetics, Building 17.2, Room 5.01
P.O. Box 151150
D-66041 Saarbr=FCcken, Germany
e-mail: tikacoli.uni-sb.de
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Message 2: Indoeuropean diacritics

Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 00:14:32 +0100
From: Marijana Mihelcic <vjestica710hotmail.com>
Subject: Indoeuropean diacritics



I'm looking for fonts of Indoeuropean languages like
Proto-Indoeuropean, Sanskrit, Greek and Celtic. The fonts have to be
compatible with MacOS 9. Could anyone recommend me a homepage where
it is possible to download or purchase a font or a fontmaker?

	
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