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TOC: Speech Communication

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SPEECH COMMUNICATION - A Publication of the European Association
for Signal Processing (EURASIP) and of the European Speech
Communication Association (ESCA) - Editor-in-Chief: Christel
Sorin, France
CONTENTS: Volume 14 No. 4 (September 1994)
R.S Waldstein & A. Boothroyd Speechreading enhancement using a
 sinusoidal substitute for voice
 fundamental frequency.
S. Nakajima Automatic synthesis unit generation for
 English speech synthesis based on
 multi-layered context oriented clustering.
Z.S. Bond & T.J. Moore A note on the acoustic-phonetic
 characteristics of inadvertently clear speech.
Y. Qian et al Pseudo-multi-tap pitch filters in a low
 bit-rate CELP speech coder.
E. Blaauw The contribution of prosodic boundary markers
 to the perceptual difference between read and
 spontaneous speech.
Published by Elsevier Science - North Holland
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