Keep the lips to free the larynx: Comments on de Boer's articulatory model (2010)

@article{Badin2014KeepTL,
  title={Keep the lips to free the larynx: Comments on de Boer's articulatory model (2010)},
  author={Pierre Badin and Louis-Jean Bo{\"e} and Thomas R. Sawallis and Jean-Luc Schwartz},
  journal={J. Phonetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={46},
  pages={161-167}
}
De Boer (2010a) used a simplified adaptation of Mermelstein's articulatory model – without lips – to investigate “the effect of larynx position on the articulatory abilities of a human-like vocal tract.” He found “an optimal larynx height at which the largest range of signals [are] produced”. Our replication of de Boer's simulations confirmed the peak in the F2 range function when “the vertical and horizontal parts of the tract are approximately equally long”. However, simulations show that the… CONTINUE READING

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