List of contributors. Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction; A. Botinis. Section I: Overview of Intonation. 2. Intonation: Past, Present, Future; M. Rossi. Section II: Prominence and Focus. 3. Acoustic-phonetic Analysis of Prominence in Swedish; G. Fant, et al. 4. Prosodic Disambiguation in English and Italian; J. Hirschberg, C. Avesani. 5. Contrastive Tonal Analysis of Focus Perception in Greek and Swedish; A. Botinis, et al. Section III: Boundaries and Discourse. 6. Phonetic Correlates of Statement versus Question Intonation in Dutch; V.J. van Heuven, J. Haan. 7. Pitch Movements and Information Structure in Spontaneous Dutch Discourse; M. van Donzel, F. Koopmans-van Beinum. 8. Discourse Constraints on F0 Peak Timing in English; A. Wichmann, et al. Section IV: Intonation Modelling. 9. Automatic Stylisation and Modelling of French and Italian Intonation; E. Campione, et al. 10. A Phonological Model of French Intonation; S.-A. Jun, C. Fougeron. 11. A Declination Model of Mandarin Chinese; C. Shih. 12. A Quantitative Model of F0 Generation and Alignment; J.P.H. van Santen, B. Moebius. Section V: Intonation Technology. 13. Modelling of Swedish Text and Discourse Intonation in a Speech Synthesis Framework; G. Bruce, et al. 14. A Prosodic Model for Text-to-speech Synthesis in French; A. Di Cristo, et al. 15. Prosodic Parameters of French in a Speech Recognition System; K. Bartkova. Subject index. Index of names.