Real-Time Control of an Articulatory-Based Speech Synthesizer for Brain Computer Interfaces

@inproceedings{Bocquelet2016RealTimeCO,
  title={Real-Time Control of an Articulatory-Based Speech Synthesizer for Brain Computer Interfaces},
  author={Florent Bocquelet and Thomas Hueber and Laurent Girin and Christophe Savariaux and Blaise Yvert},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Restoring natural speech in paralyzed and aphasic people could be achieved using a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) controlling a speech synthesizer in real-time. To reach this goal, a prerequisite is to develop a speech synthesizer producing intelligible speech in real-time with a reasonable number of control parameters. We present here an articulatory-based speech synthesizer that can be controlled in real-time for future BCI applications. This synthesizer converts movements of the main speech… CONTINUE READING
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