Acoustic-to-articulatory Inversion Using Dynamical and Phonological Constraints

  title={Acoustic-to-articulatory Inversion Using Dynamical and Phonological Constraints},
  author={Sorin Dusan and Liyan Deng},
A well-known difficulty in using the articulatory represent ation for applications in the areas of speech coding, synthesis an d recognition is the poor accuracy in the estimation of the art iculatory parameters from the acoustic signal of speech. The diffi culty is especially serious for most classes of consonantal sound . This paper presents a statistical method of estimating the artic ula ory trajectories from the speech signal based on training datab ases of articulatory-acoustic parameters… CONTINUE READING
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