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Fig. 1

From: The aerodynamics of voiced stop closures

Fig. 1

Oral airflow signal. The vertical dotted lines represent the start of phone1 and the end of phone3, i.e. the speech units surrounding the target phone (which was always a stop). The vertical dash-dotted lines represent the start and end of phone2, the stop. The bidirectional arrows represent the location of the analysis windows. The strategy used to assign the vertical dashed line is illustrated for the tokens with a discernible burst (top) and without a discernible burst (bottom): when the burst was not discernible, this annotation corresponded to the middle of the stop. The x and y-axes were normalised

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