Glottal source‐vocal tract acoustic interaction

@article{Fant1987GlottalST,
  title={Glottal source‐vocal tract acoustic interaction},
  author={Gunnar Fant and Qiguang Lin},
  journal={Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1987},
  volume={81}
}
  • G. Fant, Q. Lin
  • Published 1 May 1987
  • Physics
  • Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Earlier work reported in the STL‐QPSR (Speech Transmission Laboratory, Quarterly Progress and Status Report, KTH, Stockholm) each year since 1979 has been extended to the modeling of the supraglottal impedance to include five formants and a time span of analysis to embrace several successive glottal periods. The acoustic interaction is highly nonlinear and may give rise to spectral peaks between formants. This is largely due to nonlinear superposition ripple originating from previous… 

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