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Auditory and F-Pattern Variations in Australian OKAY: A Forensic Investigation

Elliott, J


An understanding of the acoustic properties, as well as the nature of within- and between-speaker variation, of words which occur with high frequency in natural discourse, is of great importance in forensic phonetic analyses. One word which occurs with relatively high frequency in natural discourse, including telephone conversations, which are often a source of data in forensic comparisons, is okay. This paper presents the initial findings of a study of auditory and F-pattern variations in okay...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Acoustics Australia


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