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Validation of a Finite Element Continuum Model of Vocal Fold Vibration

@inproceedings{Greiss2014ValidationOA,
  title={Validation of a Finite Element Continuum Model of Vocal Fold Vibration},
  author={Raymond Greiss and Joana Rocha and Edgar A. Matida},
  year={2014}
}
Vocal fold dynamics have been explored extensively in recent years using both reduced-order coupled mass and continuum models. These models have been used for analysis of phonosurgeries and pathologies, and accordingly, require greater resolution and progressive simulation techniques to capture the defining characteristics of pathological and/or uncommon speech. The following work offers a contribution to the advancement of the aforementioned models through the development and validation of an… 

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