René Carré1, François Pellegrino1 & Pierre Divenyi2
1Laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage (DDL), CNRS-Université de Lyon 2; 2VA Medical Center and EBIRE, Martinez, California, USA

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Speech is generally looked upon as a succession of events in the time domain and analyzed frame by frame, while ignoring the fact that speech is dynamic. In the present paper, evidence in support of the dynamic nature of speech and dynamic invariance, as well as their consequences on speech research, are discussed.