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Holmes, W; Huckvale, MA; (1994) Why have HMMs been so successful for automatic speech recognition and how might they be improved? (Speech Hearing and Language - work in progress ). Phonetics and Linguistics, University College London: London.

Huckvale, M; (1994) Word recognition from tiered phonological models. Presented at: IOA Conference on Speech and Hearing, Istanbul, Turkey. Green open access
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Huckvale, MA; (1994) Purpose: the Missing Link in Speech and Handwriting Recognition. In: (Proceedings) AISB Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Speech and Handwriting Recognition. : Leeds, UK.

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Mattingly, IG; Xu, Y; (1994) Word superiority in Chinese. In: Chang, H-W and Huang, JT and Hue, C-W and Tzeng, OJL, (eds.) Advances in the study of Chinese language processing, Volume 1. (pp. 101-111). Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University: Taipei.

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ROSEN, S; BAKER, RJ; (1994) ACOUSTIC REFLEXES IN THE MEASUREMENT OF AUDITORY FILTERS AT HIGH-LEVELS IN NORMAL LISTENERS. AUDIOLOGY , 33 (1) 37 - 46.

Rosen, S; Faulkner, A; Reeve, K; (1994) Voicing, fundamental frequency, amplitude envelope and voiceless excitation as cues to consonant identity. Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL

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Vickers, DA; Faulkner, A; (1994) Noise spectrum discrimination by severe-to-profoundly hearing-impaired listeners. In:

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Xu, Y; (1994) Asymmetry in contextual tonal variation in Mandarin. In: H-W Chang, JTH and C-W Hue, OJLT, (eds.) Advances in the study of Chinese language processing, Volume 1. (pp. 383-396). Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University: Taipei.

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