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The GROG project

GROG n [U] (infml) 1 a drink of spirits, originally RUM, mixed with water and drunk esp by sailors. 2 abbr GRäns Och Gruppering – Strukturering av talet i olika kommunikativa situationer. GROG is supported by the Swedish Research Council (VR) 2002–2004 (http://vrproj.vr.se/detail.asp?arendeid=4869).

Goal

The purpose of this project is to model the structuring of speech in terms of prosodic boundaries and groupings in various communicative situations. The modeling aims at a structured and optimized description of the relations between the acoustic and linguistic structure on the one hand, and the prosodic/perceptual annotations on the other.

For a description of the project, see Carlson, R., Granström, B., Heldner, M., House, D., Megyesi, B., Strangert, E., & Swerts, M. (2002) Boundaries and groupings - the structuring of speech in different communicative situations: a description of the GROG project.

Publications

Speech Communication

Nordic prosody IX, Lund

  • Heldner, M., Edlund, J. & Carlson, R. (2006). Interruption impossible. In M. Horne & G. Bruce (Eds.), Nordic Prosody: Proceedings of the IXth Conference, Lund 2004 (pp. 97-105). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang.
  • Strangert, E., & Carlson, R. (2006). On modelling and synthesis of conversational speech . In M. Horne & G. Bruce (Eds.), Nordic Prosody: Proceedings of the IXth Conference, Lund 2004 (pp. 255-264). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang.

Fonetik 2004, Stockholm

Speech Prosody 2004, Nara

ICPhS'03, Barcelona

Fonetik 2003, Umeå

Fonetik 2002, Stockholm

PhD Thesis

  • Megyesi, B. (2003). Data-driven syntactic analysis. Stockholm: Department of Speech, Music and Hearing, KTH.

Master's thesis







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