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] Szarvas, Máté - Tibor Fegyó - Péter Mihajlik - Péter Tatai 2000. Automatic recognition of Hungarian: Theory and practice. In: International Journal of Speech Technology 3: 237-51. Automatic recognition of Hungarian: Theory and

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., Hewitt, J., Lyon, C. & Warren, S. 2004. Speech-based Real Time Subtitling Services. International Journal of Speech Technology Vol. 7. 269–279. Warren S. Speech-based Real Time

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and Hongyan Jing . 2003 . Hierarchical structure and wordstrength prediction of Mandarin prosody . International Journal of Speech Technology 6 . 33 – 43 . Kratochvil , Paul

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components in Hungarian. In: International Journal of Speech Technology 3: 165-76. The prosody structure of dialogue components in Hungarian International Journal of Speech Technology

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Endrédi - Péter Olaszi - Géza Kiss - Péter Kis 2000. The design, implementation, and operation of a Hungarian e-mail reader. In: International Journal of Speech Technology 3: 217-36. The design, implementation, and

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. Prominence in Hungarian: The prosody-syntax connection. Manuscript. University of Oxford. Olaszy, Gábor 2000. The prosody structure of dialogue components in Hungarian. In: International Journal of Speech Technology 3

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speech. In: International Journal of Speech Technology 4: 75–85. Gósy M. The VOT of the Hungarian voiceless plosives in words and in spontaneous speech

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Quantifier scope in sentence prosody?

A view from production

Acta Linguistica Academica
Authors: Balázs Surányi and Gergő Turi

structure of dialogue components in Hungarian . International Journal of Speech Technology 3 . 165 – 176 . Pafel , Jürgen . 2006 . Quantifier scope in German . Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins . Paterson , Kevin B. , Ruth Filik and

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