PUBLICATIES

 

Wempe, Ton G. (1976): A system for gating segments of taped speech with great precision. Proceedings 4, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Wempe, Ton G. (1979): An experimental segment spectrograph based on some notes on frequency analysis of speech segments. Proceedings 5, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Wempe, Ton G. and van Maanen, A.W. (1981): Speech formant generator. Proceedings 6, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Kappner, E.O. and Wempe, Ton G. (1981): Equipment. Proceedings 6, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Wempe, Ton G. and Marlien van Lunen (1991): The IBM Speechviewer. Proceedings 15, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Wempe, Ton G. (2001): F0 –related formant measurements. Proceedings 24, Institute of Phonetic Sciences Amsterdam.

Wempe, Ton G. & Boersma, P. (2003): The interactive design of an F0-related spectral analyser. Proceedings of the 15th ICPhS, Barcelona.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Pols, L.C.W. (2003): Progression in infants’ vowel space: an analysis of deaf and hearing infants’ sounds, ICPhS 2003 , Vol III, pp. 2225-2228.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Pols, L.C.W. (2003): Progression in vowel production: comparing deaf and hearing children, Proceedings of the Institute of Phonetic Sciences of the University of Amsterdam, 25, pp. 197-206.

Zajdó, K., Van der Stelt, J.M. & Wempe, T. (2004): The role of principal component analysis in vowel acquisition research: Dutch and Hungarian data, Poster presented at the 148 th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA, USA, J.Acoust.Soc.Am., Vol. 116, No. 4, p. 2632 .

Gordana Kovačić, Paul Boersma, Hrvoje Domitrovic & Ton Wempe (2005): Dugotrajni prosjecni spektar glasa profesionalnih pjevaca: analiza folklornog pjevanja Istre - tarankanja. Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istrazivanja 41(1): 37-56.

Van der Stelt, Jeannette M., Zajdo, Krisztina & Wempe, Ton G. (2005), Exploring the acoustic vowel space in two-year-old children: results for Dutch and Hugarian, Speech Communication, vol. 47, 1-2, pp 143-159 (available online at www.sciencedirect.com ).

Krisztina Zajdó, Jeannette M. van der Stelt, Ton G. Wempe & Louis C.W. Pols, Cross-linguistic Comparison of Two-year-old Children’s Acoustic Vowel Spaces: Contrasting Hungarian with Dutch, Interspeech 2005 ISCA, Lisbon.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Pols, L.C.W. (2006): Comparing Deaf and Hearing Dutch Infants: changes in the vowel space in the first two years, paper presented at the 11 th Meeting of ICPLA, May 32 - June 3, Dubrovnik, Croatia, p. 114.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Lyakso, E., Pols, L.C.W. & Wempe, A. G. (2006): Developing a Russian vowel space in infancy: the first two years, 6-page paper presented at the SpeCom 2006 Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia, 28th of June 2006.

Pols, L.C.W., Lyakso, E., Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Zajdo, K (2006): Vowel data of early speech development in several Languages: paper presented at the Multiling 2006 Conference, 9-11 April, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

De Jong, N.H. & Wempe, T. (2007). Automatic measurement of speech rate in spoken Dutch. ACLC Working papers, 2 (2), 49 – 58.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Pols, L.C.W. (2008): Comparing deaf and hearing Dutch infants: overview of the coloured figures 2 to 6 of a paper presented at the ICPLA 2006, Dubrovnik; p.1-10.

Van der Stelt, J.M., Wempe, A.G. & Pols, L.C.W. (2008): Comparing Deaf and Hearing Dutch Infants: changes in the vowel space in the first two years, J. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, June Issue 5, p. 1-10. Available online at: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/394736442-90868428/content~content=a793943534~db=all~order=pubdate

Nivja de Jong, Ton Wempe (2009): Praat script to detect syllable nuclei and measure speech rate automatically, Behavior Research Methods, 2009 41:385-390.

Petra Jongmans, Ton G. Wempe, Harm van Tinteren, Frans J.M. Hilgers, Louis C.W. Pols, Corina van As-Brooks (2010): Acoustic Analysis of the Voiced-Voiceless Distinction in Dutch Tracheoesophageal Speech, Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, Vol. 53, 284-297.