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Where this notation comes from and what it means

Wilson's answer is great, but I'd like to clarify one point. As a general rule, hyphens separate morphemes in the source language, and dots separate morphemes in the target language that aren't ...
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Where this notation comes from and what it means

Some of your examples have switched the roles of dots and of hyphens. It seems like to some degree That's right. We want to use spaces to mark word boundaries, so we need some ...
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Phonetically annotated speech corpus

The TIMIT Corpus has "time-aligned orthographic, phonetic and word transcriptions" of eight major dialects of American English. The textbook Phonetic Analysis of Speech Corpora by Jonathan ...
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Reference on corpus annotation schemes

Are you looking for guidelines about annotating, a general technical annotation schema, or a special technical schema targeting a certain purpose? For (1) see e.g. Pustejovsky, James, and Amber ...
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Marking phoneme boundaries - how to decide on the transitions?

Only a proposal: The problem seems to be: having a clear definite point to determine whether you are in one vocal or another for example. As you said you could define transition zones. And then ...
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