Louis-Jean Boë
Louis-Jean Boë
Chercheur senior GIPSA-lab, CNRS, Université de Grenoble
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The dispersion-focalization theory of vowel systems
JL Schwartz, LJ Boë, N Vallée, C Abry
Journal of phonetics 25 (3), 255-286, 1997
Major trends in vowel system inventories
JL Schwartz, LJ Boë, N Vallée, C Abry
Journal of phonetics 25 (3), 233-253, 1997
The potential Neandertal vowel space was as large as that of modern humans
LJ Boë, JL Heim, K Honda, S Maeda
Journal of Phonetics 30 (3), 465-484, 2002
Person authentication by voice: a need for caution.
JF Bonastre, F Bimbot, LJ Boë, JP Campbell, DA Reynolds, ...
Interspeech, 33-36, 2003
Vocal tract area function estimation from midsagittal dimensions with CT scans and a vocal tract cast: modeling the transition with two sets of coefficients
P Perrier, LJ Boë, R Sock
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 35 (1), 53-67, 1992
" Laws" for lips.
C Abry, LJ Boë
Speech Commun. 5 (1), 97-104, 1986
Visual perception of motor anticipation in cursive handwriting: Influence of spatial and movement information on the prediction of forthcoming letters
JP Orliaguet, S Kandel, LJ Boë
Perception 26 (7), 905-912, 1997
Role of vocal tract morphology in speech development
L Ménard, JL Schwartz, LJ Boë
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004
Evidence of a vocalic proto-system in the baboon (Papio papio) suggests pre-hominin speech precursors
LJ Boë, F Berthommier, T Legou, G Captier, C Kemp, TR Sawallis, ...
PloS one 12 (1), e0169321, 2017
The geometric vocal tract variables controlled for vowel production: proposals for constraining acoustic-to-articulatory inversion
LJ Boë, P Perrier, G Bailly
Journal of Phonetics 20 (1), 27-38, 1992
Auditory normalization of French vowels synthesized by an articulatory model simulating growth from birth to adulthood
L Ménard, JL Schwartz, LJ Boë, S Kandel, N Vallée
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 111 (4), 1892-1905, 2002
The vocal tract of newborn humans and Neanderthals: Acoustic capabilities and consequences for the debate on the origin of language. A reply to Lieberman (2007a)
LJ Boë, JL Heim, K Honda, S Maeda, P Badin, C Abry
Journal of Phonetics 35 (4), 564-581, 2007
Asymmetries in vowel perception, in the context of the Dispersion–Focalisation Theory
JL Schwartz, C Abry, LJ Boë, L Ménard, N Vallée
Speech Communication 45 (4), 425-434, 2005
Articulatory–acoustic relationships during vocal tract growth for French vowels: Analysis of real data and simulations with an articulatory model
L Ménard, JL Schwartz, LJ Boë, J Aubin
Journal of Phonetics 35 (1), 1-19, 2007
Modélisation de la croissance du conduit vocal
LJ Boë, S Maeda
Journées d’Études Linguistiques, La voyelle dans tous ses états, 98-105, 1998
Phonology in a theory of perception-for-action-control
JL Schwartz, C Abry, LJ Boë, M Cathiard
Phonology: From phonetics to cognition, 255-280, 2002
Vocalic nomograms: Acoustic and articulatory considerations upon formant convergences
P Badin, P Perrier, LJ Boë, C Abry
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 87 (3), 1290-1300, 1990
Maximal vowel space.
LJ Boë, P Perrier, B Guérin, JL Schwartz
Eurospeech, 2281-2284, 1989
The role of linguistics in the speed of handwriting movements: Effects of spelling uncertainty
JP Orliaguet, LJ Boë
Acta psychologica 82 (1-3), 103-113, 1993
Linking dispersion-focalization theory and the maximum utilization of the available distinctive features principle in a perception-for-action-control theory
JL Schwartz, LJ Boë, C Abry
Experimental approaches to phonology, 104-124, 2007
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