Accession Number : ADA260643


Title :   Status Report on Speech Research


Descriptive Note : Progress status rept. Jan-Jun 1992


Corporate Author : HASKINS LABS INC NEW HAVEN CT


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a260643.pdf


Report Date : Jun 1992


Pagination or Media Count : 298


Abstract : Phonology is traditionally seen as the discipline that concerns itself with the building blocks of linguistic messages. It is the study of the structure of sound inventories of languages and of the participation of sounds in rules or processes. Phonetics, in contrast, concerns speech sounds as produced and perceived. Two extreme positions on the relationship between phonological messages and phonetic realizations are represented in the literature. One holds that the primary home for linguistic symbols, including phonological ones, is the human mind, itself housed in the human brain. The second holds that their primary home is the human vocal tract.


Descriptors :   *SPEECH RECOGNITION , *SPEECH TRANSMISSION , *SPEECH ARTICULATION , *SPEECH , REPRINTS , PHONETICS , AUDITORY PERCEPTION , LITERATURE SURVEYS , VOICE COMMUNICATIONS , LINGUISTICS


Subject Categories : Voice Communications


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE