TitleTHE COARTICULATION RESISTANCE OF CONSONANTS IN STANDARD CHINESE - AN ELECTROPALATOGRAPHIC AND ACOUSTIC STUDY
AuthorsLi Yinghao
Zhang Jinghua
Kong Jiangping
AffiliationYanbian Univ, Foreign Languages Coll, Yanji, Peoples R China.
Peking Univ, Dept Chinese Language & Literature, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China.
Keywordscoarticulation resistance
Standard Chinese
consonants
electropalatography
TO-VOWEL COARTICULATION
CATALAN VCV SEQUENCES
LOCUS EQUATIONS
Issue Date2012
Citation2012 8TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CHINESE SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROCESSING..
AbstractThe coarticulation resistance (CR) for 21 initial consonants in Standard Chinese was examined in CV monosyllables and symmetrical V1#C2V2 sequences (# stands for morpheme boundary) by analyzing the electropalatographic (EPG) and acoustic signals. The slope for F2 locus equation was compared with that for articulatory regression function, which was calculated by regressing the total linguopalatal contact ratio for vowel target frame against that for consonantal release/approach frame. The results show that the slopes derived from the articulatory regression functions for each consonant was the most appropriate measure to designate the consonant CR. When put together, the CR scale for Standard Chinese was represented by a continuum with an ascending order: labial < velar < alveolar < dental, retroflex, and alveolo-palatal consonants. This consonant CR scale applied not only in the CV monosyllable set but also in V1#C2/#C2V2 transitions in V1#C2V2 sequences. The overall results of the paper support the DAC model in that the coarticulation resistance for consonants was closely dependent on the involvement of tongue dorsum gesture in segment production.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11897/405981
IndexedCPCI-S(ISTP)
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