Electromagnetic articulograph sensor-to-sound unit mapping-based intelligibility assessment of dysarthric speech

@article{Dhanalakshmi2017ElectromagneticAS,
  title={Electromagnetic articulograph sensor-to-sound unit mapping-based intelligibility assessment of dysarthric speech},
  author={M. Dhanalakshmi and T. A. Mariya Celin and T. Nagarajan and Prof. R. Vijayalakshmi},
  journal={TENCON 2017 - 2017 IEEE Region 10 Conference},
  year={2017},
  pages={1784-1789}
}
Dysarthria is a traumatic neuromotor disorder that affects the physical production of speech. It reduces the function of primary articulators that are involved in speech. Recent research has presented that the use of articulatory data provide a better assessment towards identifying the speech intelligibility of dysarthric speakers over acoustic models that are modelled based on the biological perception of speech through Mel scale than directly involving the anatomy of speech production… CONTINUE READING

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