Speech vocoding for laboratory phonology

@article{Cernak2017SpeechVF,
  title={Speech vocoding for laboratory phonology},
  author={Milos Cernak and Stefan Benus and Alexandros Lazaridis},
  journal={Computer Speech & Language},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={100-121}
}
Using phonological speech vocoding, we propose a platform for exploring relations between phonology and speech processing, and in broader terms, for exploring relations between the abstract and physical structures of a speech signal. Our goal is to make a step towards bridging phonology and speech processing and to contribute to the program of Laboratory Phonology. We show three application examples for laboratory phonology: compositional phonological speech modelling, a comparison of… CONTINUE READING
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