Modeling the production of VCV sequences via the inversion of a biomechanical model of the tongue

@inproceedings{Perrier2005ModelingTP,
  title={Modeling the production of VCV sequences via the inversion of a biomechanical model of the tongue},
  author={Pascal Perrier and Liang Ma and Yohan Payan},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2005}
}
A control model of the production of VCV sequences is presented, which consists in three main parts: a static forward model of the relations between motor commands and acoustic properties; the specification of targets in the perceptual space; a planning procedure based on optimization principles. Examples of simulations generated with this model illustrate how it can be used to assess theories and models of coarticulation in speech. 

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