The 2nd Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS 2001)

Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2001The second Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech was held as an International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) Tutorial and Research Workshop.

Date: August 29-31, 2001

Location: University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Organizers: Robin Lickley, Liz Shriberg

Papers presented

Abou-Haidar, L. (2001). Pauses in speech by French speakers with Down Syndrome. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 33-36.

Bailey, K. G. D., & Ferreira F. (2001). Do non-word disfluencies affect syntactic parsing?. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 61-64.

Bard, E. G., Lickley R. J., & Aylett M. P. (2001). Is disfluency just difficulty?. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 97-100.

Debaisieux, J. - M., & Deulofeu J. (2001). Grammatically unacceptable utterances are communicatively accepted by native speakers, why are they ?. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 69-72.

Den, Y. (2001). Are word repetitions really intended by the speaker?. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 25-28.

Duez, D. (2001). Acoustico-phonetic characteristics of filled pauses in spontaneous French speech: preliminary results. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 41-44.

Eklund, R. (2001). Prolongations: A dark horse in the disfluency stable. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 5-8.

Gósy, M. (2001). The double function of disfluency phenomena in spontaneous speech. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 57-60.

Hokkanen, T. (2001). Prosodic marking of self-repairs. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 37-40.

Howell, P., & Au-Yeung J. (2001). Application of EXPLAN theory to spontaneous speech control. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 9-12.

Hutchinson, B., & Pereira C. (2001). Um, one large pizza. A preliminary study of disfluency modelling for improving ASR. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 77-80.

Kohler, K. J., Peters B., & Wesener T. (2001). Interruption glottalization in German spontaneous speech. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 45-48.

Lickley, R. J. (2001). Dialogue moves and disfluency rates. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 93-96.

McAllister, J., Cato-Symonds S., & Johnson B. (2001). Listeners' ERP responses to false starts and repetitions in spontaneous speech. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 65-68.

Nenova, N., Joue G., Reilly R., & Carson-Berndsen J. (2001). Sound and function regularities in interjections. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 49-52.

Nooteboom, S. G. (2001). Different sources of lexical bias and overt self-corrections. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 21-24.

Rieger, C. L. (2001). Idiosyncratic fillers in the speech of bilinguals. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 81-84.

Rodríguez, L. J., Torres I., & Varona A. (2001). Annotation and analysis of disfluencies in a spontaneous speech corpus in Spanish. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 1-4.

Seyfeddinipur, M., & Kita S. (2001). Gesture as an indicator of early error detection in self-monitoring of speech. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 29-32.

Shillcock, R., Kirby S., McDonald S., & Brew C. (2001). Filled pauses and their status in the mental lexicon. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 53-56.

Spilker, J., Batliner A., & Nöth E. (2001). How to repair speech repairs in an end-to-end system. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 73-76.

Vasic, N., & Wijnen F. (2001). Stuttering and speech monitoring. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 13-16.

Watanabe, M. (2001). The usage of fillers at discourse segment boundaries in Japanese lecture-style monologues. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 89-92.

Wengelin, A. (2001). Disfluencies in writing - are they like in speaking?. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 85-88.

Yoshida, M. (2001). Repeated phoneme effect in Japanese speech errors. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS '01), p. 17-20.