Shino Sakaguchi

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Sixty-four human larynges ranging in age between 70 and 104 years were investigated histologically. The results were incorporated into our previous data for younger age groups. Discussion was focused on the mucosa around the vocal fold edge. The following tendencies were observed with ageing: (1) the membranous vocal fold shortens in males; (2) the mucosa(More)
In this paper we investigate how polarity inversion of speech signals effects human perception, and we apply this technique for data hiding. In most languages, glottal airflow during phonation is uni-directional, causing constant polarity of the speech waveform. On the other hand, the human auditory system cannot discriminate between speech signals with(More)
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