Biosignal-Based Spoken Communication: A Survey

@article{Schultz2017BiosignalBasedSC,
  title={Biosignal-Based Spoken Communication: A Survey},
  author={Tanja Schultz and Michael Wand and Thomas Hueber and Dean J. Krusienski and Christian Herff and Jonathan S. Brumberg},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={2257-2271}
}
Speech is a complex process involving a wide range of biosignals, including but not limited to acoustics. These biosignals—stemming from the articulators, the articulator muscle activities, the neural pathways, and the brain itself—can be used to circumvent limitations of conventional speech processing in particular, and to gain insights into the process of speech production in general. Research on biosignal-based speech processing is a wide and very active field at the intersection of various… CONTINUE READING

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