Selected Publications

Bonneau, A., Charpillet, F., Coste-Marquis, S., Haton, J.-P., Laprie, Y., Marquis, P. (1995) “Towards a multilevel model for hypothetical reasoning in speech recognition” in Levels in Speech Communication : Relations and Interactions. Elsevier. Amsterdam

Bonneau, A., Djezzar, L.,  Laprie, Y. (1996) “Perception of the place of articulation of French stop bursts” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol 100 (1), pp 555-564.

Bonneau, A. (2000) “Identification of vocalic features from French stop bursts” Journal of Phonetics, letter to the editor,  vol 28. P 495-502.

Bonneau, A., Laprie, Y. (2008). « Selective cues for the identification of the place of articulation of French stops”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol 123 (6), pp 4482-4497.

Bonneau, A., Fohr, D., Jouvet, D., Mella, O.,  Mesbahi, L., and Orosanu, L. (2012) « Gestion d’erreurs pour la fiabilisation des retours automatiques en apprentissage de la prosodie d’une langue seconde » Traitement Automatique des Langues, Numéro spécial « Du bruit dans le signal, gestion des erreurs en traitement automatique des langues», Vol 53 (3).

Bonneau, Anne. (2015). “Realizations of French Voiced Fricatives by German Learners as a Function of Speaker Level and Prosodic Boundaries.” In 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, ICPhS 2015, 5. Glasgow, United Kingdom: University of Glasgow.

Zimmerer, Frank, Bonneau Anne, and Andreeva Bistra. (2016). “Influence of L1 Prominence on L2 Production: French and German Speakers.” In Speech Prosody 2016, 370–74. Boston, United States. doi:10.21437/SpeechProsody.2016-76.

Jürgen Trouvain, Frank Zimmerer, Bernd Möbius, Maria Gosy and Anne Bonneau (editors). “Segmental, prosodic and fluency features in phonetic learner corpora”, special issue of the International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 3:2 (2017)

Bonneau, Anne. (2018). “Impact of fluency and segmental categorization in L2: the case of French final fricatives uttered by German speakers”, Speech Prosody 2018, Poznan. Poland.

Bonneau, Anne (2019). “German obstruent sequences by French L2 learners”, In 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, ICPhS 2019. Melbourne, Australia.