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speech pattern

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n speech pattern distinctive manner of oral expression "he couldn't suppress his contemptuous accent","she had a very clear speech pattern"
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Usage

In literature:

All the modifications so far considered are directly patterned on the typical process of normal speech.
"Language" by Edward Sapir
When his speech grew clearer he was set tasks of learning many-syllabled words and also began to practise drawing patterns.
"Fat and Blood" by S. Weir Mitchell
A very intelligent one, but speech isn't included in his pattern.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
If a discourse is to be judged by its effect, Laura's speech was a pattern, for it worked most disturbingly on the Magister.
"The Lost Manuscript" by Gustav Freytag
Sammy knew that speech pattern well, since he'd worked hard to train himself out of it.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
The colonial pattern of living and way of speech lingered on until the beginning of the twentieth century.
"The Stronghold" by Miriam Haynie
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In news:

Kate Saenko, Karen Livescu, James Glass, Trevor Darrell, "Multistream Articulatory Feature-Based Models for Visual Speech Recognition," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol 31, no.
Bust out the garter belts and the clipped speech patterns, because Leonardo DiCaprio is reportedly about to tackle the epic role of J.
Asperger 's is diagnosed mostly in males and involves poor social interactions, obsessions, odd speech patterns, few facial expressions and other peculiar mannerisms.
Each contestant completed a pattern with their horse, an interview and a speech.
Using professional recording equipment and computer algorithms, researchers have had success detecting tiny changes in speech patterns that may point to the disease in its early stages.
He has noticeably changed his speech patterns, noticed at least by Gloucester, even as Edgar denies it.
For some twisted reason, probably the competition for the females, the non- thugs began to imitate the bizarre clothing styles and primitive speech patterns of the Thugs .
Now a new study suggests that when young men interact with a woman who's ovulating, they actually alter their speech patterns.
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In science:

Pattern matching problems have been of central interest in such different areas of science as image processing, speech recognition, time series analysis, and biological sequence comparison for a large number of years.
High precision simulations of the longest common subsequence problem
Noteworthy applications include weather states as described by weather variables over a region and speech patterns as characterized by frequencies in time.
Interpreting self-organizing maps through space--time data models
Keywords: string edit distance, Levenshtein distance, stochastic transduction, syntactic pattern recognition, prototype dictionary, spelling correction, string correction, string similarity, string classification, speech recognition, pronunciation modeling, Switchboard corpus.
Learning string edit distance
Any subset of patterns A ⊂ Y can be regarded as an “interpretation” of the data and we assume there are certain “natural groupings” of this nature (e.g., “writer” in a “Guess Who” version of twenty questions, “noun” in speech recognition and “character” in visual recognition).
Hierarchical testing designs for pattern recognition
Prosodic Patterns in Spoken English: Studies in the Correlation between Prosody and Grammar for Text-to-Speech Conversion, volume 76 of Lund Studies in English.
Some Bibliographical References on Intonation and Intonational Meaning
The distribution pattern of pauses in lecturestyle speech.
Some Bibliographical References on Intonation and Intonational Meaning
Hinkelman & Allen (1989) use patterns of linguistic features to suggest a range of speech act interpretations for an utterance.
A Machine Learning Approach to the Classification of Dialogue Utterances
Seligman et al. (1994) describe an approach to speech act interpretation in the context of a speech translation system; they restrict their attention to communicative goals which can be explicitly expressed via so-called conventional surface cue patterns rather than deep intentions.
A Machine Learning Approach to the Classification of Dialogue Utterances
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