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Les occlusives de l'alsacien : une étude temporelle

Abstract : ABSTRACT _____________________________________________________________________ This article deals with Alsatian plosives, and French plosives as pronounced in French by Alsatian speakers. Results are based on data from 3 Alsatian female speakers, who also speak French. They were recorded in their native language, Alsatian. The corpus includes all Alsatian stops (which are written b d g and p t k, like in French). Analyses of the data show that there are no voiced stops in Alsatian, and that despite absence of the voiced / voiceless contrast, these stops may be phonological.. Hence, the distinction between the series is based on various cues, such as intra-segmental phases, and especially the duration of the acoustic silent phase.
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Lucie Steiblé, Rudolph Sock. Les occlusives de l'alsacien : une étude temporelle. XXXe édition des Journées d’Étude sur la Parole, Laboratoire d’Informatique de l’Université du Maine (LIUM) et le Laboratoire d’Informatique de Nantes Atlantique (LINA) sous l’égide de l’Association Francophone de la Communication Parlée (AFCP), Jun 2014, le Mans, France. pp.494-503. ⟨hal-01286803⟩



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