I. the Fpr in Experiments with Induced Pressure Variations

  • Published 2004

Abstract

It is known that subglottal pressure (Psb) is a major factor in the control of fundamental frequency (Fo) in speech. Yet, the details of this relation remain unclear. Estimates of the Fo to Psb ratio (FPR) from speech and special phonation tasks yield values between 5 and 15 Hz/cmH2O [1,2,3,4]. In another type of experiments pressure variations are induced… (More)

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@inproceedings{2004ITF, title={I. the Fpr in Experiments with Induced Pressure Variations}, author={}, year={2004} }