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phonetic

 [fo-net´ik]
pertaining to the voice or to articulate sounds.

pho·net·ic

(fō-net'ik),
Relating to speech or to the voice.
See also: phonic.
[G. phōnētikos]

pho·net·ic

(fŏ-net'ik)
Relating to speech or to the voice.
See also: phonic
[G. phōnētikos]
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For students that have already been exposed to pinyin, learning another phonetic writing system may seem daunting.
Throughout the chapter, it is hard to grasp the exact meaning in which the term "fortis" is used, as well as the dependency hierarchy between the related phonetic features of voicing and length.
Quite to our surprise, and probably to the surprise of the broader dyslexia field, we found that the phonetic representations are perfectly intact in adults with dyslexia," Boets told reporters.
The first step in building a Complete Semantic Index includes phonetic processing that translates the audio into a string of phonemes.
Acoustic and statistical anaiyses reveals that English voiced affi'icate is too close to the corresponding voiced stop of Saraiki for the participants to perceive it as a d~7Jerent sound Therefore they have developed equivalence classification between L2 voiced ajjricate and the corresponding Li consonant but the phonetic distance between voiceless ajjricate of English and the corresponding Li sound is bigger enough to perceive so they have developed a separate representation for it in production.
For example, below is a spelling alphabet where each word begins with the letter it represents, but none of the letters have their usual phonetic values.
Pitman's broke the mould because it was phonetic, based on sounds.
Previously, researchers generally believed that dyslexia was caused by phonological impairment, but results from the current study, led by Iris Berent of Northeastern University in Boston, suggest that the phonetic system may actually be the cause.
In section 2 we describe the four phonetic variables that we use, and their geographic distribution in the United States of America and Canada.
The phonetic nature of Welsh means dyslexic children can often cope with it in the early stages of reading more easily, but later on, and when they start to read English, the problems emerge.
Advanced phonetic search algorithms coupled with language processing and contextual analysis provide the ability to quickly and easily locate specific spoken words or phrases within a rich media archive, based on sophisticated algorithms developed by Sonic Foundry.
Using Nexidia's phonetic synching capability, Avid customers will now have a more automated way to streamline their editing process," said John Willcutts, president and CEO of Nexidia.