By Guderley K. G., Keller C. L.
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Type of vowel length in the syllable – coded in 5 levels according to its correlation with durations; e. Length of the accent group – number of syllables and phonemes; f. Relative position of the accent group in the sentence – first; other; last; g. Suppression or non-suppression of last vowel; h. Type of syllable – coded in 9 levels according to the correlation with durations; i. Type of previous syllable – same as previous; j. Type of vowel in previous syllable – same as d; k. Type of vowel in next syllable – same as d; Features b, e and f are linked with the so-called accent groups that we consider as random groups of words with more than two syllables, aggregating neighbor particles.
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A Basic Theorem in the Computation of Ellipsoidal Error Bounds by Guderley K. G., Keller C. L.