By Professor Emeritus Morris Halle
The publication contains a choice of articles via Morris Halle facing concerns within the thought and perform of phonetics and phonology. The articles, written throughout the final 40 years, crisis issues that stay to today on the innovative of the self-discipline.
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6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Morris Halle 1954 Transactions of the Seventh Conference (Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, New York, 1950), pp. 58-122. H. Dudley "Remaking Speech" Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, XI, (1939), 169-177. A very suggestive discussion of this question from the point of view of an engineer can be found in H. Dudley's "The Carrier Nature of Speech," Bell System Technical Journal, XIX, (1940), 495-515. Cf. G. H. Fairbanks' review of H. Lunt A Grammar of the Macedonian Language, in Language, XXX (1954), 125.
Figure 2 illustrates the regions of vocal-cord configurations and pressure drops over which glottal vibration can occur. For the most part, the curves in this figure are derived from a theoretical analysis of the vocal cords, based on a representation of each vocal cord as two masses corresponding roughly to the upper edges a (or b) and to the lower edges c (or d), respectively, in Fig. 1. These masses in the model are coupled together by a "spring" whose stiffness is determined by the stiffness or 48 Morris Halle and K.
V. Mathews, J. E. Miller, and E. E. , "Pitch synchronous analysis of voiced sounds," J. Acoust. Soc. , vol. 33, pp. 179-186; February, 1961. C. G. Bell, H. Fujisaki, J. M. Heinz, K. N. Stevens, and A. S. House, "Reduction of speech spectra by analysis-by-synthesis techniques," J. Acoust. Soc. , vol. 33; December, 1961. 9. This point was discussed by A. M. Liberman ("Results of research on speech perception," J. Acoust. Soc. , vol. 29, pp. " 10. Knowledge of constraints imposed on phoneme sequences by the structure of the language has been incorporated in the design of an automatic speech recognizer described by Fry and Denes (D.
From Memory to Speech and Back: Papers on Phonetics and Phonology, 1954-2002 by Professor Emeritus Morris Halle