Data-driven approaches to articulatory speech processing

@inproceedings{Qin2011DatadrivenAT,
  title={Data-driven approaches to articulatory speech processing},
  author={Chao Qin},
  year={2011}
}
Author(s): Qin, Chao | Advisor(s): Carreira-Perpinan, Miguel A. | Abstract: Is it possible to recover movements of the vocal tract shape of the subject from arbitrary but normal speech acoustics? This problem is formally known as acoustic-to-articulatory mapping or articulatory inversion. A successful solution to this long standing and unsolved problem can facilitate useful applications in vocal tract visualization, language learning, speech therapy, and improve state-of-art recognition, speech… CONTINUE READING

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