Anna Sfakianaki
Anna Sfakianaki
Teaching Staff, Speech Processing Laboratory, Computer Science Department, University of Crete
Verified email at csd.uoc.gr - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
A multimedia, multilingual teaching and training system for children with speech disorders
K Vicsi, P Roach, A Öster, Z Kacic, P Barczikay, A Tantos, F Csatári, ...
International Journal of speech technology 3 (3), 289-300, 2000
422000
An acoustic analysis of vowels produced by Greek speakers with hearing impairment
K Nicolaidis, A Sfakianaki
16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1969-1972, 2007
362007
Syntax interacts with prosody: the VOS order in Greek
M Georgiafentis, A Sfakianaki
Lingua 114 (7), 935-961, 2004
362004
Acoustic characteristics of Greek vowels produced by adults and children
A Sfakianaki
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics 14, 383-394, 2002
282002
A multilingual, multimodal, speech training system, SPECO
K Vicsi, P Roach, AM Öster, Z Kacic, F Csatári, A Sfakianaki, R Veronik, ...
Seventh European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2001
132001
Acoustic characteristics of vowels produced by Greek intelligible speakers with profound hearing impairment II: The influence of stress and context
K Nicolaidis, A Sfakianaki
International journal of speech-language pathology 18 (4), 388-401, 2016
112016
An acoustic study of coarticulation in the speech of Greek adults with normal hearing and hearing impairment
A Sfakianaki
Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης (ΑΠΘ). Σχολή Φιλοσοφική. Τμήμα …, 2012
102012
Acoustic characteristics of vowels produced by Greek intelligible speakers with profound hearing impairment I: Examination of vowel space
K Nicolaidis, A Sfakianaki
International journal of speech-language pathology 18 (4), 378-387, 2016
92016
Vowel production and intelligibility in hearing-impaired speech: Evidence from Greek
A Sfakianaki, K Nicolaidis, A Okalidou
Glossologia 24, 75-92, 2016
42016
The syntax–prosody interface: VOS in Greek
M GEORGIAFENTIS, A SFAKIANAKI
Journal of Phonetics 22, 239-268, 2001
42001
Coarticulatory dynamics in Greek disyllables produced by young adults with and without hearing loss
A Sfakianaki, K Nicolaidis, A Okalidou, G Vlahavas
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 32 (12), 1162-1184, 2018
32018
Vowel-to-vowel coarticulation in Greek normal-hearing and hearing-impaired speech
A Sfakianaki, K Nicolaidis, A Okalidou
Proceedings of the international symposium on monolingual and bilingual …, 2017
32017
F1 coarticulation phenomena in the productions of Greek speakers with hearing impairment
A Sfakianaki
Selected papers of the 10th International Conference on Greek Lingustics …, 2012
32012
Acoustic aspects of segmental and suprasegmental productions of Greek hearing-impaired speech: A qualitative analysis
A Sfakianaki, K Nicolaidis
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics 21, 401-425, 2016
22016
Cross-dialectal vowel spaces in Greek
M Baltazani, E Kainada, K Nikolaidis, A Sfakianaki, A Lengeris, ...
14th Laboratory Phonology Conference, Tokyo, 2014
22014
P8-Active Speech Modifications
Y Stylianou, V Hazan, V Aubanel, E Godoy, S Granlund, M Huckvale, ...
International Summer Workshop on Multimodal Interfaces, 2012
22012
Intelligibility and Production in Greek Hearing-Impaired Speech
A Sfakianaki, K Nicolaidis, A Okalidou
Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 21 (6), 405-22, 2007
22007
SPECO: Computer-Based Phonetic Training for Children
A Sfakianaki, P Roach, K Vicsi, F Csatari, AM Öster, KTHZ Kacic
Proceedings of the Phonetics Teaching & Learning Conference, London, 43-46, 2001
22001
A multimedia multilingual teaching and training system for speech handicapped children
K Vicsi, P Roach, A Öster, Z Kacic, P Barczikay, A Tantos, F Csatári, ...
Final Annual Report, Speech Corrector, 09.1998-08.2001, 2001
22001
Digital Museum of Greek Oral History: how Dialectal Speech Corpora Remain Vivid in Class
M Tzakosta, A Patsias, A Sfakianaki
Conference proceedings. ICT for language learning, 70, 2014
12014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20