Gayle Ayers Elam, Ph.D.
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#6650735: Burton, Elam, Becker, Loveland. “Integrated voice access to a variety of personal information services”, November 18, 2003.
August 13-14, 2004. Workshop on Spontaneous Speech: Resources for prosody and ToBI-related research at Simmons College, Boston (invited participant).
November 30, 2001. Prosody matters: Some results from experiment and experience, Linguistic Society of University of Washington Colloquium (invited talk).
Elam, Gayle Ayers and Sarah C. Wayland. 1999. Prosody and prompt design in a computer dialog system. ESCA Workshop on Dialog and Prosody, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, September 1999.
Elam, Gayle Ayers. (revision stalled) Discourse functions of intonational and prosodic parameters in spontaneous and read speech.
Beckman, Mary E. and Gayle Ayers Elam. 1993, 1997. Guidelines for ToBI labelling, version 3.0. Manuscript and accompanying speech materials, Ohio State University. [Obtain by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.] For more information on the ToBI framework, and ToBI for languages other than English.
Ayers, Gayle M. 1996. Nuclear Accent Types and Prominence: Some Psycholinguistic Experiments. Ph.D. dissertation, The Ohio State University.
Ayers, Gayle M. 1995. Nuclear accent types and prominence: Some psycholinguistic experiments. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1995, Stockholm, August 1995.
Ayers, G., Bruce, G., Granstrom, B., Gustafson, K., Horne, M., House, D., and Touati, P. 1995. Modelling dialogue intonation. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 1995, Stockholm, August 1995.
Ayers, Gayle M. 1994. Discourse functions of pitch range in spontaneous and read speech. Edited by Jennifer J. Venditti, OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 44, pp. 1-49.
May 1993. Articulatory and intonational correlates of French focus, Acoustical Society of America, Ottawa, Canada (published abstract).
January 1992. Discourse functions of pitch range in spontaneous and read speech, Linguistic Society of America, Philadelphia, PA (published abstract).
November 1991. A comparative intonational analysis of spontaneous and read speech, Acoustical Society of America, Houston, TX (published abstract).
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