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Audiovisual database of spoken American English [electronic resource].

Publication:
[Philadelphia, PA] : Linguistic Data Consortium, [2009]
Format/Description:
Datafile
2 DVD-ROMs ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
English language -- United States -- Spoken English -- Databases.
English language -- Spoken English -- Databases.
Computational linguistics.
Summary:
"The Audiovisual database of spoken American English, Linguistic Data Consortium (LDC) catalog number LDC2009V01 and isbn 1-58563-496-4, was developed at Butler University, Indianapolis, IN in 2007 for use by a a variety of researchers to evaluate speech production and speech recognition. It contains approximately seven hours of audiovisual recordings of fourteen American English speakers producing syllables, word lists and sentences used in both academic and clinical settings. The Audiovisual Database of Spoken American English will be of interest in various disciplines: to linguists for studies of phonetics, phonology, and prosody of American English; to speech scientists for investigations of motor speech production and auditory-visual speech perception; to engineers and computer scientists for investigations of machine audio-visual speech recognition (AVSR); and to speech and hearing scientists for clinical purposes, such as the examination and improvement of speech perception by listeners with hearing loss." -- LDC catalogue.
Contents:
Butler University audio-video spoken language corpus.
Notes:
Title from disc label.
"Authors: Carolyn Richie, Sarah Warburton, Megan Carter" -- LDC catalogue.
Data type: Video.
Data source: Video.
Contributor:
Richie, Carolyn.
Warburton, Sarah.
Carter, Megan.
Linguistic Data Consortium.
Contains:
Butler University audio-video spoken language corpus.
ISBN:
1585634964
9781585634965
OCLC:
329078481
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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