Talya Wolff

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This paper describes the acquisition of a new database of dysarthric speech in terms of aligned acoustics and articulatory data. This database currently includes data from seven individuals with speech impediments caused by cerebral palsy or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and age-and gender-matched control subjects. Each of the individuals with speech(More)
This work describes ongoing data collection of synchronized acoustic and kinematic features of dysarthric speech. Recordings consist of electromagnetic articulographic measurements and 3D reconstructions from video over a variety prompts read by individuals with cerebral palsy and matching non-dysarthric subjects. Preliminary results show a preponderance of(More)
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