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Title: Comparing phonetic changes in computer-directed and human-directed speech
Author(s): Raveh, Eran
Steiner, Ingmar
Siegert, Ingo
Gessinger, Iona
Möbius, Bernd
Editor(s): Birkholz, Peter
Stone, Simon
Language: German
Title: Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2019
Startpage: 42
Endpage: 49
Publisher/Platform: TUDpress
Year of Publication: 2019
Place of publication: Dresden
Title of the Conference: ESSV 2019
Place of the conference: Dresden, Germany
Publikation type: Conference Paper
Abstract: This paper presents a study that examines the difference of certain phonetic features between human-directed speech (HDS) and device-directed speech (DDS) in human-human-computer interactions. The corpus used for the analyses consists of tasks performed by participants in cooperation with a human confederate and/or a computer-based interlocutor. This includes distributional and temporal analyses, examining the similarities and differences of the overall distribution of the measured features and time-based changes throughout the interactions. The features fundamental frequency, intensity, and articulation rate were selected for analysis. Results show significant differences in a majority of the cases for two of the three selected features as well as insights regarding the participants’ speech behavior during the interaction. These outcomes provide a look into further aspects of HDS and DDS and speech-related features in conversation analysis, which may help studies in topics like addressee detection or human-computer interaction (HCI).
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Link to this record: hdl:20.500.11880/29551
ISBN: 978-3-95908-157-3
Date of registration: 19-Aug-2020
Notes: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation ; Band 93
Faculty: P - Philosophische Fakultät
Department: P - Sprachwissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie
Professorship: P - Prof. Dr. Bernd Möbius
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