L. Stavness

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In this work, we develop a 3D subject-specific biomechanical model of the oropharynx in order to investigate and simulate speech production. Our muscle-activated model is generated based on the subject-specific anatomy captured from dynamic volumetric cine-MRI data. Our model includes an airtight deformable airway that enables speech synthesis. We simulate(More)
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