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Pattern Playback: Bibliography
Borst, John M., The use of spectrograms for speech analysis and synthesis. The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1956, 4, 14-23.

Cooper, Franklin S., Spectrum analysis. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1950, 22, 761-762.

Cooper, Franklin S., Some instrumental aids to research on speech. In Report of the fourth annual round table meeting on linguistics and language teaching. Washington, D.C.: Institute of Languages and Linguistics, Georgetown University, 1953, 46-53.

Cooper, Franklin S., Delattre, Pierre C., Liberman, A. M., Borst, J. M. & Gerstman, L. J. , Some experiments on the perception of synthetic speech sounds. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1952, 24, 597-606.

Cooper, Franklin S., Gaitenby, Jane H., & Nye, Patrick W., Evolution of reading machines for the blind: Haskins Laboratories' research as a case study.

Cooper, F.S., Liberman, A. M., & Borst, J. M., The interconversion of audible and visible patterns as a basis for research in the perception of speech. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 1951, 37, 318-325.

Delattre, P., Liberman, A. M., Cooper, F. S., & Gerstman, L. J., An experimental study of the acoustic determinants of vowel color; observations on one- and two-formant vowels synthesized from spectrographic patterns. Word, 1952, 24, 195-210.

Liberman, Alvin M., Some results of research on speech perception. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1957, 29, 117-123.

Remez, Robert E., Adaptation of the category boundary between speech and nonspeech: A case against feature detectors. Cognitive Psychology, 1979, 11, 38-57.