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1. Characterising a Database of Spoken German by Techniques of Data Mining

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2. Durational Aspects in Turn Taking

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3. Investigation of Language Structure by Means of Language Models Incorporating Breathing and Articulatory Noise

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4. Placing Structuring Elements In A Word Sequence For Generating New Statistical Language Models

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5. Automated Morphological Segmentation and Evaluation

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6. Automated Morphological Segmentation and Evaluation

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7. Multi-Tier Annotations in the Verbmobil Corpus

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8. How Many Labellers? Modelling Inter-Labeller Agreement and System Performance for the Automatic Assessment of Non-Native Prosody

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9. The Influence of scenario constraints on the spontaneity of speech - A comparison of dialogue corpora

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10. How Many Labellers? Modelling Inter-Labeller Agreement and System Performance for the Automatic Assessment of Non-Native Prosody

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