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Publications Jürgen Trouvain

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2018
  • Draxler, c. & Trouvain, J. (in press). The New Kid on the Block – Zur Rolle des Datenarchivars bei Sprachdatensammlungen. Proc. 14. Tagung Phonetik & Phonologie Wien 2018.
  • Trouvain, J. & Braun, B. to appear 2018. Sentence prosody in L2. In: Gussenhoven, C. & Chen, A. (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Language Prosody. OUP.
  • Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. to appear 2018. Speech synthesis: text-to-speech conversion and artificial voices. In: Brunn, S. & Kehrein, R. (eds). Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Springer.
  • Fauth, C. & Trouvain, J. 2018. Détails phonétiques dans la réalisation des pauses en Français : étude de parole lue en langue maternelle vs. en langue étrangère. Langages 211, pp. 81-95.
  • Kern, F. & Trouvain, J. 2018. Zur Historie der Inszenierung von Spannung in Fußball-Livereportagen im Radio. Aptum. Zeitschrift für Sprachkritik und Sprachkultur 14(2), pp. 101-118.
  • Samlowski, B, Kern, F. & Trouvain, J. 2018. Perception of suspense in live football commentaries from German and British perspectives. Proc. Speech Prosody, Poznań, pp. 40-45. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. 2018. Zu Mustern der Pausengestaltung in natürlicher und synthetischer Lesesprache. Proc. 29th Conference Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '18), Ulm, pp. 334-341. [pdf]
2017
  • Trouvain, J., Zimmerer, F., Möbius, B., Gósy, M. & Bonneau, A. 2017. Guest editors of the Special Issue on "Segmental, prosodic and fluency features in phonetic learner corpora" of the International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 3(2).
  • Trouvain, J., Zimmerer, F., Möbius, B., Gósy, M. & Bonneau, A. 2017. Segmental, prosodic and fluency features in phonetic learner corpora — Introduction to the special issue. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 3(2), pp. 105-118.
  • Trouvain, J. & Zimmerer, F. 2017. Attractiveness of French voices for German listeners — results from native and non-native read speech. Proc. Interspeech, Stockholm, pp. 2238-2242. [pdf]
  • Brackhane, F., Sproat, R. & Trouvain, J. 2017. Editing Kempelen's 'Mechanismus der menschlichen Sprache': experiences and findings. Proc. 2nd Workshop on History of Speech Communication Research, Helsinki, pp. 16-24.
  • Brackhane, F., Sproat, R. & Trouvain, J. (eds) 2017. Wolfgang von Kempelen: Mechanismus der menschlichen Sprache/The Mechanism of Human Speech. Commented Transliteration and Translation into English (Studientexte der Sprachkommunikation 87/88). Dresden: TUDpress. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K.P. 2017. Laughter. In: S. Attardo (ed). The Routledge Handbook of Language and Humor, Routledge: New York & Milton Park, pp. 340-355.
  • Trouvain, J., Steiner, I. & Möbius, B. (eds) 2017. Proc. 28th Conference Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung, Saarbrücken. [pdf]
  • Steiner, I., Le Maguer, S., Manzoni, J., Gilles, P. & Trouvain, J. 2017. Developing new language tools for MaryTTS: the case of Luxembourgish. Proc. 28th Conference Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '17), Saarbrücken, pp. 186-192. [pdf]
2016
  • Trouvain, J., & Zimmerer, F. 2017. Phonetische Lernerkorpora und ihr Nutzen im DaF-Bereich. Deutsch als Fremdsprache 53 (4), pp. 204-212.
  • Trouvain, J. 2016. Rezension zu "Kleiner & Knöbl 2015. Duden — Das Aussprachewörterbuch, 7. Auflage". Deutsch als Fremdsprache 53 (4), pp. 237-240.
  • Trouvain, J. & Malisz, Z. 2016. Inter-speech clicks in an Interspeech keynote. Proc. Interspeech, San Francisco, pp. 1397-1401. [pdf]
  • Jügler, J., Zimmerer, F. Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. 2016. The perceptual effect of L1 prosody transplantation on L2 speech: The case of French accented German. Proc. Interspeech, San Francisco, pp. 67-71. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2016. Rezension zu "Bose, I., Hirschfeld, U., Neuber, B. & Stock, E. 2013. Einführung in die Sprechwissenschaft. Phonetik, Rhetorik, Sprechkunst." Deutsch als Fremdsprache 53 (2), pp. 121-123.
  • Émond, C., Rilliard, A. & Trouvain, J. 2016. Perception of smiling in speech in different modalities by native vs. non-native speakers. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP8), Boston, pp. 639-643. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J., Fauth, C. & Möbius, B. 2016. Breath and non-breath pauses in fluent and disfluent phases of German and French L1 and L2 read speech. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP8), Boston, pp. 31-35. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J., Bonneau, A., Colotte, V., Fauth, C., Fohr, D., Jouvet, D., Jügler, J., Laprie, Y., Mella, O., Möbius, B. & Zimmerer, F. 2016. The IFCASL corpus of French and German non-native and native read speech. Proc. 9th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), Portorož, pp. 1333-1338. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J., Jügler, J. & Laprie, Y. 2016. On the assessment of computer-assisted pronunciation training tools. Proc. 27th Conference Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '16), Leipzig, pp. 175-182. [pdf]
2015
  • Zimmerer, F. & Trouvain, J. 2015. Productions of /h/ in German: French vs. German speakers. Proc. Interspeech, Dresden, pp. 1922-1926. [pdf]
  • Zimmerer, F. & Trouvain, J. 2015. Perception of French speakers’ German vowels. Proc. Interspeech, Dresden, pp. 1720-1724. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2015. Prosodic characteristics of read speech before and after treadmill running. Proc. Interspeech, Dresden, pp. 3700-3704. [pdf]
  • Hoffmann, R. & Trouvain, J. 2015. Proceedings of the ISCA-Workshop on the History of Speech Communication Sciences, Dresden: TUDpress.
  • Trouvain, J. 2015. Notes on the development of speaking styles over decades — the case of live football commentaries. Proc. ISCA-Workshop on the History of Speech Communication Sciences, Dresden, pp. 160-166. [pdf]
  • Vakil, A. & Trouvain, J. 2015. Automatic classification of lexical stress errors for German CAPT. Proc. Workshop on Speech and Language Technology for Education (SLaTE), Leipzig, pp. 47-52. [pdf]
  • Jouvet, D., Bonneau, A., Trouvain, J., Zimmerer, F., Laprie, Y. & Möbius, B. 2015. Analysis of phone confusion matrices in a manually annotated French-German learner corpus. Proc. Workshop on Speech and Language Technology for Education (SLaTE), Leipzig, pp. 107-112. [pdf]
  • Gilles, P. & Trouvain, J. 2015. Closure duration in stops and grammatical encoding: on definite articles in Luxembourgish. Proc. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Glasgow, 5 pp. [pdf]
  • Zimmerer, F. & Trouvain, J. 2015. “Das Haus” or “das Aus”? — How French learners produce word-initial /h/ in German. In: A. Leemann, M.-J. Kolly, S. Schmid & V. Dellwo (eds). Trends in Phonetics and Phonology. Studies from German-speaking Europe. Frankfurt (M.)/Bern: Lang, pp. 198-206.
  • Trouvain, J. 2015. On clicks in German. In: A. Leemann, M.-J. Kolly, S. Schmid & V. Dellwo (eds). Trends in Phonetics and Phonology. Studies from German-speaking Europe. Frankfurt (M.)/Bern: Lang, pp. 21-33.
  • Truong, K., Heylen, D., Trouvain, J. & Campbell, N. 2015. Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Laughter and Other Non-verbal Vocalisations in Speech, TU Twente Enschede.
  • Carroll, P., Trouvain J. & Zimmerer, F. 2015. A visual feedback tool for German vowel production. Proc. 26th Conference Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '15), Eichstätt, pp. 177-184.
  • Wagner, P. Trouvain, J. & Zimmerer, F. 2015. Guest Editors of the Special Issue on "The Impact of Stylistic Diversity on Phonetic and Phonological Evidence and Modeling" in the Journal of Phonetics.
  • Wagner, P. Trouvain, J. & Zimmerer, F. 2015. In defense of stylistic diversity in speech research. Journal of Phonetics 48, pp. 1-12.
2014
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2014. Towards unravelling prosodic characteristics of speaker-overlapping laughing in conversational speech corpora. In: Barth-Weingarten, D. & Szczepek Reed, B. (eds). Prosodie und Phonetik in der Interaktion – Prosody and phonetics in interaction. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, pp. 115-135. [pdf]
  • Truong, K. & Trouvain, J. 2014. Investigating prosodic relations between initiating and responding laughs. Proc. Interspeech, Singapore, pp. 1811-1815. [pdf]
  • Fauth, C., Bonneau, A., Colotte, V., Fohr, D., Jouvet, D., Laprie, Y., Mella, O. & Trouvain, J. 2014. Constitution d’un corpus de français langue etrangère destiné aux apprenants allemands. 4ème Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française (CMLF-2014), Berlin, pp. 1237-1250. [pdf]
  • Fauth, C., Bonneau, A., Zimmerer, F., Trouvain, J., Andreeva, B., Colotte, V., Fohr, D., Jouvet, D., Jügler, J., Laprie, Y., Mella, O. & Möbius,B. 2014. Designing a bilingual speech corpus for French and German language learners: a two-step process. Proc. 9th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), Reykjavik, pp. 1477-1482. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2014. Laughing, breathing, clicking — The prosody of nonverbal vocalisations. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP7), Dublin, pp. 598-602. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. 2014. Sources of variation of articulation rate in native and non-native speech: comparisons of French and German. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP7), Dublin, pp. 275-279. [pdf]
  • Zimmerer, F., Jügler, J., Andreeva, B., Möbius, B. & Trouvain, J. 2014. Too cautious to vary more? A comparison of pitch variation in native and non-native productions of French and German speakers. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP7), Dublin, pp. 1037-1041. [pdf]
  • Andreeva, B., Demenko, G., Wolska, M., Möbius, B., Zimmerer, F., Jügler, J., Oleskowicz-Popiel, M. & Trouvain, J. 2014. Comparison of pitch range and pitch variation in Slavic and Germanic languages. Proc. Speech Prosody (SP7), Dublin, pp. 776-780. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. 2014. Individuelle Ausprägung von Atmungspausen in der Mutter- und in der Fremdsprache als Anzeichen kognitiver Belastung. Tagungsband 25. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '14), Dresden, pp. 177-184. [pdf]
2013
  • Brackhane, F. & Trouvain, J. 2013. On the similarity of tones of the organ stop vox humana to human vowels. The Phonetician 107/108, pp. 7-20. [pdf]
  • Brackhane, F. & Trouvain, J. 2013. Stationen mechanischer Sprachsynthese vom 18. bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. In: Mehnert, D., Kordon U. & Wolff, M. (eds): Systemtheorie Signalverarbeitung Sprachtechnologie. Rüdiger Hoffmann zum 65. Geburtstag, pp. 319-326. [pdf]
  • Brackhane, F. & Trouvain, J. 2013. The organ stop "vox humana" as a model for a vowel synthesiser. Proc. Interspeech, Lyon, pp. 3172-3176. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K.P. 2013. Exploring sequences of speech and laughter activity using visualisations of conversations. Proc. Workshop on Affective Soicial Speech Signals (WASSS 2013), Grenoble. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J., Laprie, Y., Möbius, B., Andreeva, B., Bonneau, A., Colotte, V., Fauth, C., Fohr, D., Jouvet, D., Mella, O., Jügler, J. & Zimmerer, F. 2013. Designing a bilingual speech corpus for French and German language learners. Proc. Corpus et Outils en Linguistique, Langues et Parole: Statuts, Usages et Mésuages, Strasbourg, pp. 32-34. [pdf]
  • Gilles, P. & Trouvain, J. 2013. Luxembourgish (Illustration of the IPA). Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43(1), pp. 67-74. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Möbius, B. 2013. Einatmungsgeräusche vor synthetisch erzeugten Sätzen — Eine Pilotstudie. Proc. 24. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '13), Bielefeld, pp. 50-55. [pdf]
2012
  • Truong, K. & Trouvain, J. 2012. On the acoustics of overlapping laughter in conversational speech. Proc. Interspeech, Portland. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2012. Acoustic, morphological, and functional aspects of "yeah/ja" in Dutch, English and German. Proc. Interdisciplinary Workshop on Feedback Behaviors in Dialog, Oregon, pp. 77-80. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2012. Convergence of laughter in conversational speech: effects of quantity, temporal alignment and imitation. Abstract ISICS 2012: International Symposium on Imitation and Convergence in Speech, Aix-en-Provence. [pdf]
  • Truong, K. & Trouvain, J. 2012. Laughter annotations in conversational speech corpora – possibilities and limitations for phonetic analysis. Proc. 4th International Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion Sentiment & Social Signals, Istanbul, pp. 20-24. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2012. Comparing non-verbal vocalisations in conversational speech corpora. Proc. 4th International Workshop on Corpora for Research on Emotion Sentiment & Social Signals, Istanbul, pp. 36-39. [pdf]
  • Hertrich, I., Dietrich, S., Trouvain, J. Moos, A. & Ackermann, H. 2012. Magnetic brain activity phase-locked to the envelope, the syllable onsets, and the fundamental frequency of a perceived speech signal. Psychophysiology 49 (3), pp. 322–334.
  • Campbell, N., Trouvain, J. & Truong, K. 2012. Third Interdisciplinary Workshop on Laughter and other Non-Verbal Vocalisations in Speech, Trinity College Dublin.
  • Trouvain, J. 2012. Review of "Russ, C.V.J. 2010. The Sounds of German. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press." Journal of the International Phonetic Association 42(2), pp. 211-213.
2011
  • Trouvain, J. 2011. Zur Wahrnehmung von manipuliertem Weinen als Lachen. Proc. 22. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '11), Aachen, pp. 253-260. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2011. Between excitement and triumph — live football commentaries in radio vs. TV. Proc. 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, pp. 2022-2025. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Brackhane, F. 2011. Wolfgang von Kempelen's speaking machine as an instrument for demonstration and research. Proc. 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, pp. 164-167. [pdf]
  • Hertrich, I., Dietrich, S., Trouvain, J. Moos, A. & Ackermann, H. 2011. Magnetic brain activity tracing the perceived speech signal regarding envelope, syllable onsets, and pitch periodicity. Proc. 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, pp. 863-866. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2011. Rezension zu "Kunz, R. & Vòllono, M. 2009. 'Nordwörter' und 'Südwörter' im Saar-Mosel-Raum; alte Wortschichten in Toponymen eines exemplarischen Interferenzraumes. (Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für Saarländische Landesgeschichte und Volksforschung 42)." Zeitschrift für die Geschichte der Saargegend Jg. 59, pp. 221-224.
  • Trouvain, J. 2011. Rezension zu "Krech, E.-M., Stock, E., Hirschfeld, U. & Anders, L.C. (eds). 2009. Deutsches Aussprachewörterbuch. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter."
    Zeitschrift für interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht 16(1), 6 pp. [pdf]
2010
  • Trouvain, J. 2010. Affektäußerungen in Sprachkorpora. Tagungsband 21. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '10), Berlin, pp. 64-70.
  • Trouvain, J. & Brackhane, F. 2010. Zur heutigen Bedeutung der Sprechmaschine von Wolfgang von Kempelen. Band 2 der Tagungsbände der 20. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV '09), Dresden, pp. 97-107. [ms as pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2010. Rezension zu "Muhr, R. (ed). 2009. Österreichisches Aussprachewörterbuch. Österreichische Aussprachedatenbank. Frankfurt: Peter Lang."
    Deutsch als Fremdsprache 47(4), pp. 249-251.
  • Trouvain, J. (ed) 2010. The Phonetician - Double Issue 101/102.
2009
  • Barry, W.J. & Trouvain, J. 2009. Do we need a symbol for a central open vowel? — The discussion so far and a reply to Daniel Recasens and Martin Ball
    Journal of the International Phonetic Association 39(3), pp. 365-366. [pdf] (copyright: CUP)
  • Trouvain, J. & Gilles, P. 2009. Phonetische Online-Materialien beim Erlernen von Lautschrift und in der Fremdsprachendidaktik. Band 1 der Tagungsbände der 20. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV'09), Dresden, pp. 388-395.
  • Trouvain, J. & Gilles, P. 2009. PhonLaF — phonetic online material for Luxembourgish as a foreign language. Proc. Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference (PTLC 2009), London, 4 pp.
  • Hertrich, I., Dietrich, S., Moos, A., Trouvain, J. & Ackermann, H. 2009. Enhanced speech perception capabilities in a blind listener are associated with activation of fusiform gyrus and primary visual cortex. Neurocase. The Neural Basis of Cognition. 15 (2), pp. 163-170.
2008
  • Barry, W.J. & Trouvain, J. 2008. Do we need a symbol for a central open vowel? Journal of the International Phonetic Association 38(3), pp. 349-357. [pdf] (copyright: CUP)
  • Barry, W.J. & Trouvain, J. 2008. Review of "Bohn O.-S. & Munro, M.J. (eds). 2007. Language Experience in Second Language Speech Learning: In Honor of James Emil Flege. Amsterdam: Benjamins." Phonetica 65(4), pp. 272-276. [pdf]
  • Lasarcyk, E. & Trouvain, J. 2008. Spread lips + raised larynx + higher F0 = smiled speech? - An articulatory synthesis approach. Proc. 8th International Speech Production Seminar (ISSP '08), Strasbourg, pp. 345-348. [pdf]
  • Moos, A., Hertrich, I., Dietrich, S., Trouvain, J. & Ackermann, H. 2008. Perception of ultra-fast speech by a blind listener - Does he use his visual system? Proc. 8th International Speech Production Seminar (ISSP '08), Strasbourg, pp. 297-300. [pdf]
  • Brackhane, F. & Trouvain, J. 2008. What makes "mama" and "papa" acceptable? - Experiments with a replica of von Kempelen's speaking machine. Proc. 8th International Speech Production Seminar (ISSP '08), Strasbourg, pp. 329-332. [pdf]
  • Moos, A. & Trouvain, J. 2008. Einzelfallstudie zu Grenzen der Verständlichkeit ultra-schneller Sprachsynthese. Tagungsband 19. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV'08), Frankfurt/M., pp. 207-214. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2008. Rezension zu "Uetz, K. 2007. AusSprache bewusst machen. Angewandte Phonetik im Fremdsprachenunterricht. (Schriftenreihe der Schule für Angewandte Linguistik SAL Bd. 2, Zürich)."
    Deutsch als Fremdsprache 45(1), pp. 60-61.
2007
  • Trouvain, J. & Barry, W.J. (eds) 2007. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarland University, Saarbrücken.
  • Moos, A. & Trouvain, J. 2007. Comprehension of ultra-fast speech — blind vs. "normally hearing" persons. Proc. 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, pp. 677-680. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Cambell, N. (eds) 2007. Proceedings of the Interdisciplinary Workshop on The Phonetics of Laughter, Saarland University Saarbrücken.
  • Émond, C., Trouvain, J. & Ménard, L. 2007. Perception of smiled French speech by native vs. non-native listeners: A pilot study. Proc. Workshop on The Phonetics of Laughter, Saarbrücken, pp. 27-30. [pdf]
  • Lasarcyk, E. & Trouvain, J. 2007. Imitating conversational laughter with an articulatory speech synthesizer. Proc. Workshop on The Phonetics of Laughter, Saarbrücken, pp. 43-48. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2007. On the comprehension of extremely fast synthetic speech. Saarland Working Papers in Linguistics 1, pp. 5-13. [pdf].
  • Trouvain, J. & Gut, U. (eds) 2007. Non-Native Prosody. Phonetic Description and Teaching Practice (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 186). Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Gut, U., Trouvain, J. & Barry, W.J. 2007. Bridging research on phonetic descriptions with knowledge from teaching practice — The case of prosody in non-native speech.
    In: Trouvain, J. & Gut, U. (eds) Non-Native Prosody. Phonetic Description and Teaching Practice. (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 186) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 3-21. [pdf]
  • Hirschfeld, U. & Trouvain, J. 2007. Teaching prosody in German as a foreign language. In: Trouvain, J. & Gut, U. (eds) Non-Native Prosody. Phonetic Description and Teaching Practice. (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] 186) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 171-187. [pdf]
  • Mehlhorn, G. & Trouvain, J. 2007. Sensibilisierung von Lernenden für fremdsprachliche Prosodie. Zeitschrift für interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht 12(2), 25 pp. [pdf]
2006
  • Trouvain, J., Schmidt, S., Schröder, M., Schmitz, M. & Barry, W.J. 2006. Modelling personality features by changing prosody in synthetic speech. Proc. Speech Prosody, Dresden, 4 pp. [pdf]
2004
  • Trouvain, J. 2004. Tempo Variation in Speech Production. Implications for Speech Synthesis. Doctoral Dissertation, Saarland University. Phonus 8, Phonetics, Saarbrücken. [chapters as pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Schröder, M. 2004. How (not) to add laughter to synthetic speech. Proc. Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, Kloster Irsee, pp. 229-232. [web page with audio examples and article as pdf-file]
  • Trouvain, J. 2004. Words and beyond - The phonetic channel in communication. Proc. Conference on Foreign Language Teaching / Colóquio Ensino das Línguas Estrangeiras, Porto, pp. 69-82. [pdf] [audio examples]
2003
  • Trouvain, J. 2003. Slowing down synthetic speech by prosodic phrasing. The Phonetician 87 (2), pp. 9-13.
  • Trouvain, J. 2003. Muss synthetische Sprache immer langweilig klingen? Tagungsband 14. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV), Karlsruhe, pp. 219-225. [pdf]
  • Schröder, M. & Trouvain, J. 2003. The German text-to-speech synthesis system MARY: A tool for research, development and teaching. International Journal of Speech Technology 6, pp. 365-377. [pdf]
  • Brinckmann, C. & Trouvain, J. 2003. The role of duration models and symbolic representation for timing in synthetic speech. International Journal of Speech Technology 6, pp. 21-31. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Blug, Th. 2003. Sprachsynthese mit prosodischen Phrasenbausteinen. DAGA '03 Jahrestagung Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik, Aachen, pp. 758-759. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2003. Segmenting phonetic units in laughter. Proc. 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences(ICPhS), Barcelona, pp. 2793-2796. [pdf]
2002
  • Trouvain, J. 2002. Tempo control in speech synthesis by prosodic phrasing. Proc. 6. Konferenz zur Verarbeitung natürlicher Sprache (Konvens) 2002, Saarbrücken, DFKI Document D-02-01, pp. 227-230. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2002. Temposteuerung in der Sprachsynthese durch prosodische Phrasierung. Tagungsband 13. Konferenz Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV) 2002, Dresden, pp. 294-301. [pdf]
2001
  • Baumann, St. & Trouvain, J. 2001. On the prosody of German telephone numbers. Proc. Eurospeech 2001 Scandinavia, Aalborg, pp. 557-560. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J., Koreman, J., Erriquez, A. & Braun, B. 2001. Articulation rate measures and their relations to phone classification of spontaneous and read German speech. Proc. ISCA Workshop on Adaptation Methods for Speech Recognition, Sophia Antipolis (France), pp. 155-158. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. 2001. Phonetic aspects of "speech-Laughs". Proc. Conference on Orality & Gestuality (ORAGE) 2001, Aix-en-Provence, pp. 634-639. [pdf] [conference poster] [audio examples]
2000
  • Braun, B., Koreman, J. & Trouvain, J. 2000. The effect of accentuation on vowel recognition. Proc. Workshop Prosody 2000, Krakow (Poland), pp. 37-43. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Barry, W.J. 2000. The prosody of excitement in horse race commentaries. Proc. ISCA-Workshop on Speech and Emotion, Newcastle (Northern Ireland), pp. 86-91. [pdf] [audio example "Pentland's Flyer"]
1999
  • Trouvain, J. 1999. Phonological aspects of reading rate strategies. Phonus 4, Research Report Phonetics Saarbrücken, pp. 15-35. [pdf]
  • Trouvain, J. & Grice, M. 1999. The effect of tempo on prosodic structure. Proc. 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), San Francisco, pp. 1067-1070. [pdf]
1998
  • Trouvain, J., Barry,W.J., Nielsen, C. & Andersen, O. 1998. Implications of energy declinations for speech synthesis Proc. ESCA/COCOSDA Workshop on Speech Synthesis, Jenolan Caves (Australia), pp. 47-52. [pdf]