In San Duanmu's Standard Chinese phonology it goes over unstressed vowels and mentions that they change in unstressed syllables. e.g.
a, e, (a, ɤ) > ə [报上 pau ʂaŋ > pau ʐəŋ] ou > o [木头 muthou > muto] ai > ɛ [脑袋 nau tai > nau dɛ] ao (au) > ɔ [知道 ʈ͡ʂɻ tau > ʈ͡ʂɻ dɔ or ʈ͡ʂɻ ɔ]
However, there wasn't much detail on when which unstressed syllables these occur and I have seen some other changes not mentioned or different to those above:
ei > i ao > ɑ [多少 two ʂau > two ʂɑ or two ɑ ]
Are there any definitive guides on how these should be pronounced in colloquial speech? I'm sure it varies by region though so are there any patterns in Beijing dialect?