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Stevens, K. N.
Stevens, Ken
Stevens, Kenneth N.,
Stevens, Kenneth Noble
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1924-
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Bose, Amar G.
Bose, Amar Gopal (1929-2013))
Henke, William L.
Hirano, Minoru (1932-)
Klatt, Dennis H.
Maeda, Shinji
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
MIT Press
Perkell, Joseph S.
Symposium on Invariance and Variability of Speech Processes (08/10-10-1983 : Boston)
Symposium on Invariance and Variability of Speech Processes (1983 : Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Voice Foundation
Titles: 
Acoustic and perceptual characteristics of voicing in fricatives and fricative clusters.
Acoustic and perceptual correlates of the non-nasal--nasal distinction for vowels.
Acoustic Correlates of Some Phonetic Categories
Acoustic invariance in speech production: evidence from measurements of the spectral characteristics of stop consonants.
Acoustic phonetics
Acoustical description of syllabic nuclei: an interpretation in terms of a dynamic model of articulation.
acoustical study of the fricative /s/ in the speech of individuals with dysarthria., An
Assessment of nasalization in the speech of deaf children.
Calibration of ear canals for audiometry at high frequencies.
Computer-aided speech training for the deaf.
Critique: Articulatory-Acoustic Relations and Their Role in Speech Perception
Development of a test of speech intelligibility in noise using sentence materials with controlled word predictability.
Diverse Acoustic Cues at Consonantal Landmarks
Effect of burst amplitude on the perception of stop consonant place of articulation.
Emotion and speech: Some acoustical correlates
Emotions and speech: some acoustical correlates.
High-frequency audiometric assessment of a young adult population.
Introduction à la théorie des réseaux électriques.
Introductory network theory
Invariance and variability in speech processes, 1986:
Invariant cues for place of articulation in stop consonants.
Letter: Speaker identification by speech spectrograms; some further observations.
Manifestations of task-induced stress in the acoustic speech signal.
Measurements of reaction time in intelligibility tests.
miniature accelerometer for detecting glottal waveforms and nasalization., A
Model for Determining Consonantal Features in Speech, A
Models for the production and acoustics of stop consonants
On some issues in the pursuit of acoustic invariance in speech: a reply to Lisker.
perception of sounds shaped by resonant circuits, The
Perceptual invariance and onset spectra for stop consonants in different vowel environments.
Phonetic Features and Acoustic Invariance in Speech
Physics of Laryngeal Behavior & Larynx Modes
Physiological and Acoustical Studies of Speech
PHYSIOLOGY AND ACOUSTICS OF SPEECH
Properties of the Vocal-Tract Walls Help to Shape Several Phonetic Distinctions in Language, The
Property detectors for bursts and transitions in speech perception.
Quantal Aspects of Consonant Production and Perception: A Study of Retroflex Stop Consonants
Role of formant transitions in the voiced-voiceless distinction for stops.
Speaker authentication and identification: a comparison of spectrographic and auditory presentations of speech material.
Speaker identification by speech spectrograms: a scientists' view of its reliability for legal purposes.
Speech Communication: Acoustic Studies of Speech Sounds: Invariant Attributes, Context Effects, and Speaker Differences
Speech Communication: Studies of Speech Production and Perception
Studies of speech analysis and synthesis
Studies of Speech Production and Perception
Studies of Speech Production by Children and Disorders of Speech Production
Theoretical Aspects of Speech Production
Tongue Surface Displacement during Bilabial Stops
Toward a model for lexical access based on acoustic landmarks and distinctive features
Understanding Female and Male Voices on the Telephone
Vocal fold physiology
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CURRENT STUDIES IN LINGUISTICS SERIES
JOURNAL- ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
SPEECH COMMUNICATION
VOLTA REVIEW
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Thesis (Sc. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, 1952
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