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Acknowledgment I'd like to thank my supervisor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elmar Nöth who supported me throughout this work. It would not have been possible to complete this thesis without his support and his valuable comments on my algorithms and this manuscript. During my stay in Japan, I had the opportunity to visit the lab of Prof. Sadaoki Furui (Ph. D.). Shortly(More)
In children with cleft lip and palate speech disorders appear often. One major disorder amongst them is hypernasality. This is the first study which shows that it is possible to automatically detect hyper-nasality in connected speech without any invasive means. Therefore, we investigated MFCCs and pronunciation features. The pronunciation features are(More)
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