Construction and control of a physiological articulatory model.

  title={Construction and control of a physiological articulatory model.},
  author={Jianwu Dang and Kiyoshi Honda},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={115 2},
A physiological articulatory model has been constructed using a fast computation method, which replicates midsagittal regions of the speech organs to simulate articulatory movements during speech. This study aims to improve the accuracy of modeling by using the displacement-based finite-element method and to develop a new approach for controlling the model. A "semicontinuum" tongue tissue model was realized by a discrete truss structure with continuum viscoelastic cylinders. Contractile effects… CONTINUE READING
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