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Three dimensional modelling of speech organs: articulatory data and models

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Volume images of tongue, jaw, velum, nasopharyngeal wall, etc., were acquired by MRI on one French subject uttering a corpus of sustained articulations. Supplementary images of jaw, hard palate, and nasal cavities were acquired by CT. The three-dimensional outlines of these organs are represented by the vertices of triangular surface meshes. Using linear component analysis, the tongue was found to possess five degrees of freedom, including one for jaw movement, and the velum and nasopharyngeal port two degrees of freedom. These parameters can be interpreted in phonetic / biomechanical terms control a linear articulatory model of speech production.

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Badin, P. and Serrurier, A. (2006) Three dimensional modelling of speech organs: articulatory data and models IEICE technical report. EMD, 106, (177), pp. 29-34.

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Published date: September 2006
Additional Information: Authors --> *Badin, P. and Serrurier, A. ; Editor --> ; note --> Volume => 36(5);
Keywords: speech production, articulatory modeling, MRI, linear analysis, PCA

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Local EPrints ID: 49535
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/49535
ISSN: 0913-5685
PURE UUID: 898c864c-b50c-4bd8-bfb0-a2ed633d9e7b

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Date deposited: 15 Nov 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:55

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