Physiological control of low-dimensional glottal models with applications to voice source parameter matching

@inproceedings{Avanzini2005PhysiologicalCO,
  title={Physiological control of low-dimensional glottal models with applications to voice source parameter matching},
  author={Federico Avanzini and Simone Maratea and Carlo Drioli},
  booktitle={MAVEBA},
  year={2005}
}
A set of rules is proposed for controlling a 2-mass glottal model through activation levels of laryngeal muscles. The rules convert muscle activities into physical quantities such as fold adduction, mass, thickness, depth, stiffness. A codebook is constructed between muscular activations and a set of relevant voice source parameters, and its applications to voice source parameter matching are explored. 

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