On detecting nasals in continuous speech

@inproceedings{Mermelstein1975OnDN,
  title={On detecting nasals in continuous speech},
  author={Paul Mermelstein},
  year={1975}
}
The acoustic manifestation of nasal murmurs is significantly context dependent. To what extent can the class of nasals be automatically context? This contribution reports on the characterization of the spectral change accompanying the transition between vowel and nasal for the purpose of automatic detection of nasal murmurs. The speech is first segmented into syllablesized units, the voiced sonorant region within the syllable is delimited, and the points of maximal spectral change on either… CONTINUE READING

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