Spontaneous Speech Segmentation: Functional and Prosodic Aspects With Applications for Automatic Segmentation / A segmentação da fala espontânea: aspectos prosódicos, funcionais e aplicações para a tecnologia

Plínio A. Barbosa, Tommaso Raso

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