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Mark J. Jones, University of Cambridge
Kirsty McDougall, University of Cambridge
A Comparative Acoustic Study of Australian English Fricated /t/: Assessing the Irish (English) Link

Francis Nolan, University of Cambridge
Kirsty McDougall, University of Cambridge
Gea de Jong, University of Cambridge
Toby Hudson, University of Cambridge
A Forensic Phonetic Study of 'Dynamic' Sources of Variability in Speech: The DyViS Project

Kristine Rickard, La Trobe University
A linguistic-phonetic description of Lanqi citation tones

Eric Choi, National ICT Australia
Julien Epps, National ICT Australia
A Novel Front-end Based on Variable Frame Rate Analysis and Mel-filterbank Output Compensation for Robust ASR

Mohaddeseh Nosratighods, University of New South Wales
Eliathamby Ambikairajah, University of New South Wales
Julien Epps, National ICT Australia
Michael Craey, University of Birmingham
A Novel Technique for the selection of speech segments for speaker verification

John Hajek, University of Melbourne
Tim Cummins, University of Melbourne
A preliminary investigation of vowel lengthening in non-final position in Friulian

Elizabeth Rogers, University of Queensland
A preliminary study of the acoustics of liquids in Wanyi

Kristine Rickard, La Trobe University
A Preliminary Study of the Rhythmic Characteristics of Arrernte

Xiaobo Lu, University of Auckland
Peter Bier, University of Auckland
William Thorpe, University of Auckland
A time-varying three-dimensional model of the vocal tract

Wenliang Lu, University of New South Wales
Deep Sen, University of New South Wales
Shuai Wang, University of New South Wales
Accurate Delay Measurement of Coded Speech Signals with Subsample Resolution

Chi Nin Li, University of British Columbia
Connie K. So, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Acoustic analysis of vowels spoken clearly and conversationally by non-native English speakers

Andrew Lin, University of Auckland
Stevan Berber, University of Auckland
Waleed Abdulla, University of Auckland
An investigation of non-uniform bandwidths auditory filterbank in audio coding

Michael Proctor, Haskins Laboratories
Christine Shadle, Haskins Laboratories
Khalil Iskarous, Haskins Laboratories
An MRI study of vocalic context effects and lip rounding in the production of English sibilants

Catherine Watson, University of Auckland
Margaret Maclagan, University of Canterbury
Jeanette King, University of Canterbury
Ray Harlow, University of Waikato
Are there L1 and L2 effects in the speech of young speakers of Mäori?

Hywel Stoakes, University of Melbourne
Janet Fletcher, University of Melbourne
Andrew Butcher, Flinders University
Articulatory variability of intervocalic stop articulation in Bininj Gun-Wok

Jenny Price, Monash University
At the crossroads: where age meets accent in the F1/F2 vowel space

Christine Kitamura, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Robin Panneton, Virginia Tech
Maria Diehl, Virginia Tech
Anna Notley, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Attuning to the native dialect: When more means less

Dogu Erdener, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Denis Burnham, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Auditory-Visual Speech Perception in School and Preschool Children

Christopher Groot, University of Melbourne
Chris Davis, MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney
Auditory-Visual Speech Recognition with Amplitude and Frequency Modulations