The Voice Source in Speech Production: from Models to Applications

@inproceedings{Chen2014TheVS,
  title={The Voice Source in Speech Production: from Models to Applications},
  author={Gang Chen},
  year={2014}
}
The voice source contains important lexical and non-lexical information. The non-lexical information can convey, for example, prosodic events, emotional status, as well as cues pertaining to the uniqueness of the speaker's voice. A better understanding, and eventually a better model of the voice source, would benefit various speech applications, such as speech recognition, speech synthesis, speaker identification, age/gender classification, as well as clinical assessments.This dissertation has… CONTINUE READING

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