- Author:Ronald A. Cole
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (August 1, 1980)
- Pages:576 pages
- Subcategory:Words Language & Grammar
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The chapters in this volume, contributed to by distinguished scientists from psychology, linguistics and computer science, deal with such questions as: How are ideas encoded into sound? How does a speaker plan an utterance? How are words recognized? What is the role of knowledge in speech perception? In short, how do people communicate with each other using speech?
Published by Routledge (1980).
Perception and Production of Fluent Speech (Carnegie Mellon Symposia on Cognition Series). ISBN 13: 9780898590197. Perception and Production of Fluent Speech (Carnegie Mellon Symposia on Cognition Series). Published by Routledge (1980).
When I returned to Carnegie Mellon, I met with Raj Reddy, director of the CMU Speech Group. Perception and Production of Fluent Speech. R. Cole, E. Chapter 1, pp. 3 – 50. I told him that I watched Victor Zue read speech spectrograms. The spectrogram reading experiments led to a series of summer short courses that Dr. Zue offered at MIT in the 1980s. Spectrogram reading courses was also integrated into the MIT Speech Group’s curriculum. Victor graciously provided me with the materials he developed for his spectrogram reading courses, and I taught spectrogram reading courses at the Oregon Graduate Institute.
Series: Carnegie Mellon Symposia on Cognition Series. Paperback: 520 pages. Publisher: Psychology Press (February 3, 1999).
Topics covered include object representation and recognition, category-specific visual knowledge, perceptual processes in reading, top-down processes in vision - including attention and mental imagery - and the.
In R. A. Cole (E.,Perception and production of fluent speech. Unpublished dissertation thesis, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1980. Hillsdale, . : Erlbaum, 1980. Foss, D. &Blank, M. Identifying the speech codes. Cognitive Psychology, 1980,12, 1–31. Harwood, D. Deciphering decoding decisions: Data and devices. In R. Savin, H. &Bever, T. G. The nonperceptual reality of the phoneme. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1970,9, 295–302. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Understanding visual perceptual organization remains a challenge for vision science. Perceptual Organization in Vision: Behavioral and Neural Perspectives explores ideas emanating from behavioral, developmental, neuropsychological, neurophysiological, and computational approaches to the problem of perceptual organization.
Preface Part 1: The Patterns of Speech 1. Speech as Patterns on Paper Ronald A. Cole, Alexander I. Rudnicky . Rudnicky, Victor W. Zue and D. Raj Reddy 2. Speech as Patterns in Time Brian L. Scott 3. Speech as Patterns in the 3-Space of Time and Frequency Campbell L. Searle, J. Zachary Jacobson and Barry P. Kimberley 4. Property-Detecting Mechanisms and Eclectic. Harpy, Production Systems, and Human Cognition Allen Newell 12. Copycat Science or Does the Mind Really Work by Table Look-Up? Donald A. Norman Part 4: Production of Fluent Speech 13.
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Publisher: Routledge. The chapters in this volume, contributed to by distinguished scientists from psychology, linguistics and computer science, deal with such questions as: How are ideas encoded into sound? How does a speaker plan an utterance? How are words recognized? What is the role of knowledge in speech perception? In short, how do people communicate with each other using speech? Additional ISBNs. 9781138194250, 1138194255.