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______. 1967.  Linguistic phonetics. WPP 6. Referenced on p. 2464

LAWRENCE, WALTER. 1953.  The synthesis of speech from signals which have a low information rate. Communication theory, ed. by Willis Jackson, pp. 460-71. London, Butterworth. Referenced on p. 2457

LIBERMAN, ALVIN M., FRANKLIN S. COOPER, DONALD P. SHANKWELIER, and MICHAEL STUDDERT-KENNEDY. 1967.  Perception of the speech code. PsychRev 74.431-61. Referenced on p. 2455

LIBERMAN, ALVIN M., KATHERINE S. HARRIS, HAROLD S. HOFFMAN, and BELVER C. GRIFFITH. 1957.  The discrimination of speech sounds within and across phoneme boundaries. JExPsych 53.358-68. Referenced on p. 2453

LIBERMAN, ALVIN M., KATHERINE S. HARRIS, JO ANN KINNEY, and HARLAN LANE. 1961.  The discrimination of relative onset-time of the components of certain speech and nonspeech patterns. JExPsych 61.379.88. Referenced on p. 2453

LIBERMAN, ALVIN M., FRANCES INGEMANN, LEIGH LISKER, PIERRE C. DELATTRE, and FRANKLIN S. COOPER. 1959.  Minimal rules for synthesizing speech. JAcS 31.1490-9. Referenced on p. 2456, 2464, 2467

LIEBERMAN, PHILIP. 1967.  Intonation, perception and language. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press. Referenced on p. 2475-2476

LILJENCRANTS, JOHAN C. W. A. 1968.  The OVE III speech synthesizer. IEEE Trans. Audio 16.137-40. Referenced on p. 2457

LINDBLOM, BJÖRN. 1963.  Spectrographic study of vowel reduction. JAcS 35. 1773-81. Referenced on p. 2466

LISKER, LEIGH, and ARTHUR S. ABRAMSON. 1967.  Some effects of context on voice onset time in English stops. L&S 10.1-28. Referenced on p. 2474

LISKER, LEIGH, FRANKLIN S. COOPER, and ALVIN M. LIBERMAN. 1962.  The uses of experiment in language description. Word 18.82-106. Referenced on p. 2463


MACNEILAGE, PETER F., and JOSEPH L. DECLERK. 1969.  On the motor control of coarticulation. of CVC monosyllables. JAcS 45.1217-33. Referenced on p. 2474

MATSUI, EIICHI 1968.  Computer-simulated vocal organs. Reports of the 6th International Congress on Acoustics, ed. by Y. Kohasi, pp. 151-4. Tokyo, International Council of Scientific Unions. Referenced on p. 2458, 2475

MATTINGLY, IGNATIUS G. 1966.  Synthesis by rule of prosodic features. L&S 9.1-13. Referenced on p. 2475

______. 1968a.  Synthesis by rule of General American English. Supplement to Status Report on Speech Research. New York, Haskins Laboratories. Referenced on p. 2466, 2474-2475, 2477

______. 1968b.  Experimental methods for speech synthesis by rule. IEEE Trans. Audio 16.198-202. Referenced on p. 2457, 2466

______. 1971.  Synthesis by rule as a tool for phonological research. L&S 14.47-56. Referenced on p. 2463, 2467

MATTINGLY, IGNATIUS G., and ALVIN M. LIBERMAN. 1969.  The speech code and the physiology of language. Information processing and the nervous system, ed. by K. N. Leibovic, pp. 97-117. Berlin, Springer. Referenced on p. 2460

MERMELSTEIN, PAUL.  In press. Computer simulation of articulatory activity in speech production. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Washington, D.C., 1969, ed. by D. E. Walker and L. M. Norton. New York, Gordon & Breach. Referenced on p. 2458, 2469
 

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