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PUBLICATIONS

All publications are available and can be obtained by sending e-mail requests to publications@talknowledgy.com. Publications with asterisks(*) are available electronically.

70. HENTON, C. (2011). Text-to-Speech Synthesis Development. In Chapelle, C. (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford, Blackwell. Forthcoming.
*69. HENTON, C. (2010). SpeechTEK 2009 Speech Synthesis Lab. Speech Technology, January/February: 28.
*68. HENTON, C. (2006) Making and marking text for speech. Proceedings of SpeechTEK, New York.
*67. MARKOWITZ, J. and HENTON, C. (2006) Once more with feeling. Speech Technology, May/June.
*66. HENTON, C. (2006) Getting TTS, naturally. Proceedings of AVIOS Speech Technology Track, San Francisco, CA.
*65. HENTON, C. (2005) Bitter pills to swallow: TTS and ASR have drug problems. International Journal of Speech Technology, 8(3): 177-204.
*64. HENTON, C. (2005) Speaking of the Internet - Speech equals access for all. Speech Technology, May/June: 37-41.
*63. HENTON, C. (2005) She slips, he slips, sheep lips. Speech errors by women and men. Proceedings of AVIOS Speech Technology Track, San Francisco, CA: 142-150.
*62. CUTLER, A. and HENTON, C. (2004) There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip. In H. Quené & V. van Heuven (eds.) On Speech and Language. Studies for Sieb G. Nooteboom. Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics, LOT: 37-45.
*61. HENTON, C. (2004) Spoken directory assistance: Do we have a bad connection? Speech Technology, July/August: 46-49.
*60. HENTON, C. (2004) Bitter pills to swallow: TTS and ASR have drug problems. Proceedings of AVIOS~SpeechTEK, San Francisco, CA, March 23-26.
*59. HENTON, C. (2004) What's in a name? Pronunciation in TTS. Submitted to the Journal of the International Phonetic Association.
*58. HENTON, C. (2004) Speech in the healthcare industry. Speech Technology January/February: 12-15.
*57. HENTON, C. (2003) The name game. Pronunciation puzzles for TTS. Speech Technology, September-October: 32-35.
*56. Henton, C. (2003) What's in a name for TTS? Proceedings of the Applied Voice-Input/Output Society (AVIOS), San Jose, CA.
*55. HENTON, C. (2003) Taking a look at TTS. Speech Technology, January-February: 27-30.
*54. HENTON, C. (2003) Speech Synthesis. Entry in the International Encyclopaedia of Linguistics. 2nd. edition. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
*53. HENTON, C. and PULLUM, G. (2002) Whom should I say is calling? Speech Technology, November/December: 6-10.
*52. HENTON, C. G. (2002) Making TTS real. Speech Technology, July/August: 12-16.
*51. HENTON, C. G. (2002) You say 'zee', and I say 'zed'. Issues in localizing voice-driven applications. Speech Technology, May/June: 28-31.
*50. HENTON, C. G. (2002) Speaking Out. Fiction and Reality of TTS. Speech Technology, January/February: 36-39.
*49. HENTON, C. (2002) TTS - some people really need it. Proceedings of the Applied Voice-Input/Output Society (AVIOS), San Jose, CA: 79-90.
*48. HENTON, C. (2002) Challenges and rewards in using parametric or concatenative speech synthesis. International Journal of Speech Technology, 5: 117-131.
47. HENTON, C. (2001) Advantages and restrictions of using larger units for speech synthesis, Proceedings of the Applied Voice-Input/Output Society (AVIOS), San Jose, CA: 299-310.
*46. HENTON, C. (1999) Where is female synthetic speech? Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 29 (1): 49-60.
*45. HENTON, C. (1999) Felicitous female synthetic speech. Proceedings of the American Voice-In/Out Society (AVIOS), San Jose, CA: 304-312.
44. BLADON, A., HENTON, C., LADEFOGED, P., MADDIESON, I., OHALA, J. (1998) American English and the International Phonetic Alphabet: the International Phonetic Association Reacts. Publication of the American Dialect Society, 80: 123-126.
*43. HENTON, C. (1998) Text to speech systems: when size does matter. Proceedings of the American Voice-In/Out Society (AVIOS), San Jose, CA: 129-135.
*42. HENTON, C. and EDELMAN, B. (1996c) Generating and manipulating emotional synthetic speech on a personal computer. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 3(2): 105-125.
41. HENTON, C. (1996b) Linguistic, phonetic and discourse issues in the design of a speech driven interface. Proceedings of the Sixth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology . Adelaide.
*40. HENTON, C. (1996a) Animated synthetic speech: the phonetic components. Computational Phonology in Speech Technology; Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Phonology . New Jersey, Association for Computational Linguistics: 51-57.
*39. HENTON, C. (1996) Designing a SUI for a CTI application. SIGCHI workshop on ‘Designing the User Interface for Speech Recognition Applications’. Vancouver, B.C., April. Forthcoming.
*38. HENTON, C. (1995b) Cross-language variation in the vowels of female and male speakers. Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden: 420-423.
*37. HENTON, C. (1995a) Pitch dynamism in female and male speech. Language and Communication, 15: 43-61.
36. HENTON, C. (1994)Techniques for synthesizing visible, emotional speech. Proceedings of the Fifth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology , Volume 2, Perth: 581-586.
35. HENTON, C. and LITWINOWICZ, P. (1994) Saying it with feeling: techniques for synthesizing visible, emotional speech. Proceedings, 2nd. ESCA/IEEE Workshop on Speech Synthesis: 73-76.
*34. HENTON, C. (1993) Speech synthesis: telling it like it is. Australasian Wheels for the Mind, 3: 40-45.
*33. HENTON, C. (1992b) Sex and speech synthesis: techniques, successes, and challenges. Proceedings of the Fourth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (SST-92). Brisbane: 738-743.
*32. HENTON, C. (1992a) The abnormality of male speech. In G. Wolf (Ed) New Departures in Linguistics. New York, Garland Publishing: 27-58.
31. HENTON, C., LADEFOGED, P. and MADDIESON, I. (1992) Stops in the world’s languages. Phonetica, 49: 65-101.
30. HENTON, C. (1990) One vowel’s life (and death?) across languages: the moribundity and prestige of /^/. Journal of Phonetics, 18: 203-227.
*29. HENTON, C.G. (1989c) Fact and fiction in the description of female and male pitch. Language and Communication, 9: 299-311.
28. HENTON, C.G. (1989b) IPA individual symbols and diacritics: a summary of questionnaire responses. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 18 (2): 83-94.
27. HENTON, C.G., Editor (1989a) Linguistic aspects of sex-specific behavior. Davis Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 3. University of California, Davis. 202 pp.
26. JAVKIN, H., HATA, K. MENDES, L., PEARSON, S., IKUTA, H., KUAN, A., DeHAAN, G., JACKSON, A., ZIMMERMAN, B., WISE, T., HENTON, C., GOW, M., MATSUI , K., HARA, N., KITANO, M., DER-HWA, L., CHUN-HONG, L. (1989) A multi-lingual text-to-speech system. Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE International conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, New York, IEEE: 242-245.
25. HENTON, C.G. (1988c) Vocal discord. UC Davis Magazine, Vol. F6, 2: 18-22.
24. HENTON, C.G. (1988b) CAPTEX for American English. PROPH (Progress Reports from Oxford Phonetics) 3: 27-30.
*23. HENTON, C.G. and BLADON, R.A.W (1988a) Creak as a sociophonetic marker. In L. Hyman and C.N. Li (Eds) Language, Speech and Mind: Studies in Honor of Victoria A. Fromkin. Beckenham, Croom Helm: 3-29.
*22. HENTON, C.G. (1987c)Phonetic considerations for the synthesis of female speech. In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia: 270-273.
21. HENTON, C.G. (1987b)The IPA chart: mugwumps, holes and therapeutic suggestions. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 17: 15-25.
20. HENTON, C.G. and BLADON, A. (1987a) Developing computerized transcription exercises for American English. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 7: 72-82.
19. HENTON, C.G. (1986)Guidelines for a sufficient phonetic database. PROPH (Progress Reports from Oxford Phonetics), 1: 40-45.
*18. HENTON, C.G. and BLADON, R.A.W. (1985a) Breathiness in normal female speech: inefficiency versus desirability. Language and Communication, 5: 221-227.
17. HENTON, C.G. and BLADON, R.A.W. (1985b) Sex-specific Differences in Vowels in English Speech. Final report to ESRC on Grant Number C0023 2033.
16. HENTON, C.G. (1984) Normalization: fundamental problems. In R. Lawrence (ed.) Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 6: 267-273.
15. HENTON, C.G. (1983) Changes in the vowels of Received Pronunciation. Journal of Phonetics, 11 (4): 353-371.
14. BLADON, R.A.W., HENTON, C.G. and PICKERING, J.B. (1983b) Towards an auditory theory of speaker normalization. Language and Communication, 4: 59-69.
13. BLADON, R.A.W., HENTON, C.G. and PICKERING, J.B. (1983a) Outline of an auditory theory of speaker normalization. In M.P.R. van den Broeke and A. Cohen (Eds.) Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Dordrecht, Foris: 313-317.

REVIEWS

12. HENTON, C. G. (1983) In British Journal of Language Teaching, 21 (3) : An American Sampler by JALT College Reading Materials Research Project, Chief Editor: K. Kitao.
11. HENTON, C.G. and A . BLADON (1983a) In EFL Gazette, 41: Intonation Practice by I. Thompson, and It Depends How You Say It by B. Haycraft and W.R. Lee.
10. HENTON, C.G. and A . BLADON (1983) In EFL Gazette, 47: English Phonetics and Phonology : A Practical Course by Peter Roach.

ABSTRACTS

*9. HENTON, C. (1996) Comparing techniques for synthesizing emotional speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
*8. HENTON, C. (1994) Beyond visemes: using disemes in synthetic speech with facial animation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 95: 3010.
*7. HENTON, C. (1992) Acoustic variability in the vowels of female and male speakers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 91: 2387.
*6. HENTON, C.G. (1990) How ‘normal’ is male speech? Some phonetic and phonological facts for new evaluations of female speech. Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Applied Linguistics: AILA 90. University Studio Press, Greece: 821.
*5. HENTON, C.G. (1989) Sociophonetic aspects of creaky voice. Journal of the
Acoustical Society of America, 86, S25: J3.

*4. HENTON, C.G. (1988) Pitch dynamism in bilingual female and males. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 84, S99: FF14.
*3. HENTON, C.G. (1988) Interaction effects of nasality and speaking fundamental frequency. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 83, S26: K2.
2. HENTON, C.G. and BLADON, A. (1988) Developing computerized transcription exercises for American English. Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts.
*1. HENTON, C.G. (1984) Phonetic sex-differentiation: the investigative baseline. In J. den Haese and J. Nivette (Eds.) Proceedings of the Seventh World Congress of Applied Linguistics: AILA 84 . Brussels: 342.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS (1990 - PRESENT)

(2007) How to enrich speech applications using the International Phonetic Alphabet and ToBI applications. SpeechTEK/AVIOS. San Francisco, CA.

(2006) Express yourself: attitude and emotion in synthetic speech. Advanced Speech Technology Symposium, SpeechTEK, New York.
(2006) Making and marking text for speech. SpeechTEK. New York.
(2006) Getting speech, naturally. SpeechTEK/AVIOS. San Francisco, CA.

(2005) She slips, he slips. Sheep lips. Speech errors by females and males. SpeechTEK/AVIOS. San Francisco, CA.

(2004) Moderator session: “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Voice but Were Afraid to Ask.” SpeechTEK, New York, September.
(2004) Bitter Pills to Swallow: TTS and ASR have drug problems. SpeechTEK/AVIOS. San Francisco, CA.

(2003) Moderator session: “Effectively Using Text-to-Speech (TTS) and Audio Prompting.” SpeechTEK, New York, October.
(2003) Moderator session: “Design Quality Voice User Interfaces.” SpeechTEK, New York, October.
(2003) What’s in a name for TTS? AVIOS, San Jose, CA.

(2002) Moderator session:.“Ask the Analysts: Where Is Speech Technology Headed?” SpeechTEK, New York, October.
(2002) Moderator session: “Show and Tell: TTS Solutions.” SpeechTEK, New York, October.
(2002) Computers Improving Communication with Autistic Children. Rotary Club of Santa Cruz, October.
(2002) TTS – some people really need it. AVIOS. San Jose, May.

(2001) Advantages and restrictions of using larger units in synthetic speech. AVIOS. San Jose, May.

(1999) Felicitous female synthetic speech. AVIOS. San Jose, May.

(1998) Beyond 2000: Visions of the future. SpeechTEK, New York, October. (1998)Text to Speech Systems: When Size Does Matter. AVIOS. San Jose, September.
(1998) Integrated voice-in and voice out capabilities in hands- and wire-free products. AVIOS Speech Technology Developers’ Conference. San Jose, September.
(1998) How will speech technology impact business? Wrap-Up General Session. ASAT, San Jose, July.

(1996) Animated synthetic speech: the phonetic components. ACL-SIGPHON 96. UC Santa Cruz, June.
(1996) Designing a SUI for a CTI application. SIGCHI workshop on ‘Designing the User Interface for Speech Recognition Applications’. Vancouver, B.C., April.
(1996) Speech synthesis. LOT Winter School Graduate course. Utrecht University, The Netherlands, January 8-19.

(1995) Cross-language variation in the vowels of female and male speakers. 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, August.

(1994) Onomatopoeia and sound symbolism in the soundscape. Interval Research Corporation, Palo Alto, CA, December.
(1994) with Litwinowicz, P.
(1994) Saying it with feeling: techniques for synthesizing visible, emotional speech. 2nd. ESCA/IEEE Workshop on Speech Synthesis, New Paltz, NY, September.
(1994) Beyond visemes: using disemes in synthetic speech with facial animation. Acoustical Society of America, Cambridge, MA, May.

(1993) Still in search of "swoopy": pitch dynamism in females’ and males’ speech. CCRMA, Stanford University, CA, September; UCSC Psychology Colloquium, November.

(1992)Sex and speech synthesis: techniques, successes, and challenges. Fourth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (SST-92). Brisbane. 1-3 December.
(1992)with Scott Meredith. A preliminary study of prosody in Black English Vernacular. Workshop on Prosody in Natural Speech Data, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. August 5-12.
(1992)Speaker sex and speech synthesis. Linguistics Colloquium, UC Santa Cruz. May.
(1992)Speech synthesis. Phonology Laboratory, UC Berkeley. May.
(1992)Acoustic variability in the vowels of female and male speakers. Special Focus Session paper. 123rd. meeting, Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, UT. May.
(1992)Speech synthesis techniques - successes and challenges. Xerox Parc Research Seminars, Palo Alto, CA. April.
(1992) Productization in speech technology: The state of the art and remaining research requirements. Panel member, West Coast Phonetics Forum, UC Berkeley. April.
(1992) Speaking computers. Apple Technical Women's Conference, Santa Clara, CA. February.
(1992) Speech synthesis techniques - successes and challenges. CCRMA, Stanford University, January.

(1991) New technologies - the future. Applications for speech synthesis in higher education. Apple Computer Australasian University Consortium, Canberra, July.
(1991) Voice and hearing protection in aerobics classes. Apple Computer Fitness Center, Cupertino, CA. June.
(1991) Synthesizing voices. Invited course, Linguistic Society of America Summer Institute on Linguistics, UC Santa Cruz. 22 July -1 August.

(1990)Phonetic and phonological stages in stops. 120th meeting, Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA. November.
(1990)How normal is male speech? Some phonetic and phonological facts for new evaluations of female speech. Ninth World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 90), Thessaloniki, Greece. April.

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