Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
SFC: A trainable prosodic model
This paper introduces a new model-constrained and data-driven system to generate prosody from metalinguistic information. Expand
Can you 'read' tongue movements? Evaluation of the contribution of tongue display to speech understanding
- P. Badin, Y. Tarabalka, F. Elisei, G. Bailly
- Psychology, Computer Science
- Speech Commun.
- 1 December 2007
Lip reading relies on visible articulators to ease speech understanding. Expand
An Audiovisual Talking Head for Augmented Speech Generation: Models and Animations Based on a Real Speaker's Articulatory Data
We present a methodology developed to derive three-dimensional models of speech articulators from volume MRI and multiple view video images acquired on one speaker. Expand
Linear degrees of freedom in speech production: analysis of cineradio- and labio-film data and articulatory-acoustic modeling.
- D. Beautemps, P. Badin, G. Bailly
- Physics, Medicine
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 5 June 2001
The following contribution addresses several issues concerning speech degrees of freedom in French oral vowels, stop, and fricative consonants based on an analysis of tongue and lip shapes extracted… Expand
LIPS2008: visual speech synthesis challenge
We present an overview of LIPS2008: Visual Speech Synthesis Challenge. Expand
Close Shadowing Natural Versus Synthetic Speech
- G. Bailly
- Computer Science
- Int. J. Speech Technol.
Close shadowing experiments involving natural and synthetic stimuli are described. Expand
MOTHER: a new generation of talking heads providing a flexible articulatory control for video-realistic speech animation
This article presents the first version of a talking head, called MOTHER (MOrphable Talking Head for Enhanced Reality), based on an articulatory model describing the degrees-offreedom of visible (lips, cheeks...) but also partially or indirectly visible (jaw, tongue...) speech articulators. Expand
A three-dimensional linear articulatory model based on MRI data
Based on a set of 3D vocal tract images obtained by MRI, a 3D statistical articulatory model has been built using guided Principal Component Analysis. Expand
Automatic Generation of Prosody: Comparing Two Superpositional Systems
We present resultsof a first evaluation comparing two systems using asuperpositional model of melody on a multilingualprosodic database of spoken math formulae. Expand