Hmm-Based and Svm-Based Recognition of the Speech of Talkers With Spastic Dysarthria

@article{HasegawaJohnson2006HmmBasedAS,
  title={Hmm-Based and Svm-Based Recognition of the Speech of Talkers With Spastic Dysarthria},
  author={Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Jon Gunderson and Adrienne Perlman and Thomas S. Huang},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing Proceedings},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={III-III}
}
This paper studies the speech of three talkers with spastic dysarthria caused by cerebral palsy. All three subjects share the symptom of low intelligibility, but causes differ. First, all subjects tend to reduce or delete word-initial consonants; one subject deletes all consonants. Second, one subject exhibits a painstaking stutter. Two algorithms were used to develop automatic isolated digit recognition systems for these subjects. HMM-based recognition was successful for two subjects, but… CONTINUE READING
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