Database tools for a prosodic analysis of the Swedish

Gösta Bruce, Claes-Christian Elert, Olle Engstrand, Anders Eriksson, Pär Wretling

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Abstract

A searchable database of speech samples from more than 100 Swedish dialects is being established for use in research and education. Each dialect is represented by at least 12 speakers. The recorded material comprises spontaneous speech as well as words and phrases elicited with a number of specific research goals in mind. This paper summarizes one of these goals, a prosodic typology for the Swedish dialects, and describes a database prototype designed as a tool in this research. Its use in accessing, representing and analyzing the relevant data is illustrated. A full project description is available in Reports from the Department of Phonetics Umeå University (PHONUM) 4, pp. 97-100 ; see also http://www.swedia.nu .
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings FONETIK 99
PublisherUniversity of Gothenburg
Pages49-52
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • General Language Studies and Linguistics

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