Richard Ogden

Publications and patents

Ogden, Richard (in preparation). Phonetic resources for agreeing and disagreeing in second assessments. (This is a working title. Please ask for a copy of the ms if you would like one.)

Ogden, Richard (submitted). Non-modal voice quality and turn-taking in Finnish. To appear in Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen & Cecilia Ford (eds) Sound Patterns in Interaction. Benjamins, Autumn 2003. (Please ask for a copy of the ms if you would like one.)

Ogden, Richard, Auli Hakulinen & Liisa Tainio (submitted). Indexing 'No news' with stylisation in Finnish. To appear in Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen & Cecilia Ford (eds) Sound Patterns in Interaction. Benjamins, Autumn 2003. (Please ask for a copy of the ms if you would like one.)

Plug, Leendert & Richard Ogden (2003). A parametric approach to the phonetics of postvocalic /r/ in Dutch. Phonetica 60, 159-186.

Ogden, Richard (2003). Voice quality as a resource for the management of turn-taking in Finnish talk-in-interaction. Proceedings of ICPhS XV, Barcelona. (Part of a symposium on the phonetics of conversation).

Ogden, Richard & John Kelly (2003). Carnochan, Scott & Whitley’s Prosodic Analysis of French Regular Verbs. Transactions of the Philological Society 101, 57-80.

Local, John, Richard Ogden & Rosalind Temple (forthcoming, 2003). Introduction to Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI. Cambridge: CUP.

Local, John, Richard Ogden & Ros Temple (eds., forthcoming, 2003). Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI. New York & Cambridge: CUP.

Ogden, Richard (2001). Turn-holding, turn-yielding and laryngeal activity in Finnish talk-in-interaction. Journal of the International Phonetics Association 31, 139-152.

Ogden, Richard, Sarah Hawkins, Jill House, Mark Huckvale, John Local, Paul Carter, Jana Dankovicova, Sebastian
Heid (2000). ProSynth: An integrated prosodic approach to device-independent, natural-sounding speech synthesis. Computer Speech and Language, 14, 177-210.

Ogden, Richard, John Local & Paul Carter (1999). Temporal interpretation in ProSynth, a prosodic speech synthesis system. Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco.

Ogden, Richard (1999). A syllable level feature in Finnish. In Harry van der Hulst & Nancy Ritter (eds.), The Syllable: Views and Facts. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 651-672.

Ogden, Richard (1999). A declarative account of strong and weak auxiliaries in English. Phonology, 16, 55-92.

Hawkins, Sarah, Jill House, Mark Huckvale, John Local, Richard Ogden (1998). ProSynth: an integrated prosodic approach to device-independent, natural-sounding speech synthesis. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing. 1707-1710.

Local, John & Richard Ogden (1998). A model of timing for nonsegmental phonological structure. In J.P.H. van
Santen, R.W. Sproat, J.P. Olive & J. Hirschberg (eds.) Progress in Speech Synthesis. New York: Springer, 109-122.

Ogden, Richard (1996). “Where” is timing? A response to Caroline Smith. In Amalia Arvaniti & Bruce Connell (eds.) Papers in Laboratory Phonology 4: Phonology & Phonetic Evidence, Cambridge: CUP, 223-234.

Ogden, Richard (1996). Prosodies in Finnish. York Papers in Linguistics 17, 191-240.

Local, John & Richard Ogden (1996). Nordic prosodies: representation and phonetic interpretation. In Stefan Werner (ed.) Nordic Prosody. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 9-24.

Ogden, Richard (1995). Palatality as a Prosody in Tundra Nenets. Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, 1995.

Ogden, Richard & John Local (1994). Disentangling Autosegments from Prosodies: a note on the misrepresentation of a research tradition in phonology. Journal of Linguistics 30, 477-498.

Ogden, Richard (1993). What Firthian Prosodic Analysis has to say to us. Edinburgh Working Papers in Cognitive Science 8 (1993), 107-127.

Ogden, Richard & John Local (1993). Why π's aren't autosegments: a note on the misrepresentation of a research tradition in phonology. York Research Papers in Linguistics YLLS/RP 1993-3, ISSN 1350-2956.

Ogden, Richard (1992). Parametric interpretation in YorkTalk. York Papers in Linguistics 16, 81-99.

Patent in Speech Synthesis, granted in Europe, Canada, and the USA (EP 0 723 696 B1).