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ONE The Semantic Wall ANTHONY G OETTINGER
TWO Perception of the Speech Code A M LIBERMAN F
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acoustic analysis appear assumed auditory changes characteristic close clusters communication complex confusion consider consonants corresponding criterion cues curve depends described detection determine discrimination discussed distinctive distributions effect error estimates evidence example experimental experiments fact figure filter formant Fourier frequency function further given human identification important indicated interval language linguistic listener mean measurements mechanism membrane method nature noise objects observer obtained operation particular patterns perceived perception periodic phonemes pitch points position possible present probability problem produced properties pulse range ratio recognition recognize relatively represent response rules sampling segments separate shown signal similar simple single sound space spatial speaker spectrograms spectrum speech statistic stimulus stops structure talkers theory tion tone transform units utterances visual voice vowel
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