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Open Access A Comparison of Vowel Normalization Methods and Their Applications

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A Comparison of Vowel Normalization Methods and Their Applications

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In this paper I discuss the necessity and possibility of the application of normalization methods in phonetic studies, especially in the acoustic analysis of vowels. I also compare and evaluate the vowel normalization methods listed in Adank et al. (2004), with the method of calculating the centrality of vowels after normalization. The results show that the Z-score method and CLIH1 method are the most effective in centralizing the data and eliminating gender differences.


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