A Dynamical Approach to Gestural Patterning in Speech Production

@inproceedings{Elliot1989ADA,
  title={A Dynamical Approach to Gestural Patterning in Speech Production},
  author={Elliot and Saltzman and Kevin G. Munhallt},
  year={1989}
}
In this article, we attempt to reconcile the linguistic hypothesis that speech involves an underlying sequencing of abstract, discrete, context-independent units, with the empirical observation of continuous, context-dependent interleaving of articulatory movements. To this end, we first review a previously proposed task-dynamic model for the coordination and control of the speech articulators. We then describe an extension of this model in which invariant speech units (gestural primitives) are… CONTINUE READING
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