The Sensorimotor Control of Speech Production

  title={The Sensorimotor Control of Speech Production},
  author={Joseph S. Perkell and Frank H. Guenther and Harlan Lane and Melanie Matthies and Yohan Payan and Pascal Perrier and Jennell Vick and Reiner Wilhelms-Tricarico and Majid Zandipour},
A model of the sensorimotor control of speech production is presented. The model is being implemented as a set of computer simulations. It converts an input sequence of discrete phonemes into quasi-continuous motor commands and a sound output. A key feature of the model is that the goals for speech movements, at least for some kinds of sounds, are regions in auditory-temporal space. The model is designed to have properties that are as faithful as possible to data from speakers – including… CONTINUE READING


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