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This paper introduces the Tilt intonational model and describes how this model can be used to automatically analyze and synthesize intonation. In the model, intonation is represented as a linear sequence of events, which can be pitch accents or boundary tones. Each event is characterized by continuous parameters representing amplitude, duration, and tilt ͑a measure of the shape of the event͒. The paper describes an event detector, in effect an intonational recognition system, which produces adoi:10.1121/1.428453 pmid:10738822 fatcat:joo3ufw7pjckrikq44epyylsga