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The Effect on Speech Words of Modulating the Temporal Pattern of Infinitely Clipped Speech

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The effect of modulating the temporal pattern of some infinitely clipped speech words was examined. Many words change their power spectrum structure as a result of the modulation, and some become different words entirely. Thus altering the temporal pattern of infinitely clipped speech words can result in entirely new words and, therefore, a loss of intelligibility.

JAES Volume 26 Issue 6 pp. 448-450; June 1978
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