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Pharyngeal articulation in the production of voiced and voiceless fricatives

Michael I. Proctor, Christine H. Shadle, Khalil Iskarous
2010 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
For one speaker, pharyngeal volume during the production of voiceless labial fricatives was found to be greater, and sibilant pharyngeal volume varied with vocalic context as well as voicing.  ...  For three speakers, all four voiced oral fricatives were produced with a larger pharynx than that used during the production of the voiceless fricative at the same place of articulation.  ...  High quality acoustic recordings were made during the anechoic sessions to allow for acoustic analysis of the speakers' fricatives.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.3299199 pmid:20329851 pmcid:PMC2856513 fatcat:h33bzlke5fhjriepbjbo3ur6uq

Speech production variability in fricatives of children and adults: Results of functional data analysis

Laura L. Koenig, Jorge C. Lucero, Elizabeth Perlman
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
This study investigates token-to-token variability in fricative production of 5 year olds, 10 year olds, and adults.  ...  The data were processed using functional data analysis, which provides a means of obtaining relatively independent indices of amplitude and temporal ͑phasing͒ variability.  ...  .: Functional data analysis of fricative variability J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 124, No. 5, November 2008 Koenig et al.: Functional data analysis of fricative variability J. Acoust. Soc.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2981639 pmid:19045800 pmcid:PMC2677351 fatcat:zzb62hfqx5haxcey4fxiw7y7uu

The production and perception of coronal fricatives in Seoul Korean: The case for a fourth laryngeal category

Charles B. Chang
2013 Korean Linguistics  
This article presents new data on the contrast between the two voiceless coronal fricatives of Korean, variously described as a lenis/fortis or aspirated/fortis contrast.  ...  In utterance-initial position, the fricatives were found to differ in centroid frequency; duration of frication, aspiration, and the following vowel; and several aspects of the following vowel onset, including  ...  Post, Rachel Smith, several anonymous reviewers, and audiences at Berkeley, Harvard, and LSA.  ... 
doi:10.1075/kl.15.1.02cha fatcat:5o5ojlx4k5dzzoi5j4j7ho45xy

Acoustic impact of the gradual glottal abduction degree on the production of fricatives: A numerical study

Benjamin Elie, Yves Laprie
2017 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The paper presents a numerical study about the acoustic impact of the gradual glottal opening on the production of fricatives.  ...  Sustained fricatives are simulated by using classic lumped circuit element methods to compute the propagation of the acoustic wave along the vocal tract.  ...  Finally, the boundaries of the different regimes of fricative production and their impact on the phonetic strategies to contrast voiced and voiceless fricatives are discussed and compared with data from  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.5000232 pmid:28964087 fatcat:6mluwsastrgk3c44qrp3acrf5y

Noise source models for fricative consonants

S. Narayanan, A. Alwan
2000 IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing  
The hybrid source models employ a combination of acoustic monopole and distributed dipole sources, and a voice source in the case of the voiced fricatives.  ...  production.  ...  They also thank four anonymous reviewers and the editor for their insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/89.841215 fatcat:y6lkegbkuzhdpaggrqj33eadvu

Modelling [s] to [∫] accommodation in English

Francis Nolan, Tara Holst, Barbara K ühnert
1996 Journal of Phonetics  
The present paper uses electropalatography (EPG) (a) to check the relation between articulation and acoustics in the [ s -* ] region , and (b) to explore more directly the production of / s 4 * / sequences  ...  Doubts have been raised , however , concerning the validity of inferring articulation from acoustic data , given in particular the possibility of 'quantal' ef fects in coronal fricatives .  ...  The authors are grateful to the two reviewers , Noel Nguyen and D . H . Whalen , and to Daniel Recasens , for their detailed comments and suggestions on an earlier version .  ... 
doi:10.1006/jpho.1996.0008 fatcat:3t6ioockbbfbjkgp62sw4hmfbq

Computer-Implemented Articulatory Models for Speech Production: A Review

Bernd J. Kröger
2022 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
Modeling speech production and speech articulation is still an evolving research topic.  ...  Thus, on the one hand computer-modeling will help us to unfold underlying biological as well as acoustic-articulatory concepts of speech production and on the other hand further modeling efforts will help  ...  MODELING VOCAL TRACT AERODYNAMICS AND ACOUSTICS: THE SOUND SOURCES g., in fricative sounds like/f/,/v/,/s/,/z/or/S/or/Z/(SAMPA symbols are used here, see SAMPA, 2021).  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2022.796739 pmid:35494539 pmcid:PMC9040071 fatcat:qtr7qnir6zdlplyywsdd4kxad4

Recovery of vocal tract geometry fromformants for vowels and fricative consonants using a midsagittal-to-area function conversion model

Pierre Badin, Denis Beautemps, Rafael Laboissière, Jean-Luc Schwartz
1995 Journal of Phonetics  
A midsagittal-toarea function conversion model, which works both for vowels and fricative consonants, has been developed from these data.  ...  A small database of articulatoryacoustic data has been established for one subject.  ...  A coherent set of geometric and acoustic data Midsagittal profiles were determined by conventional teleradiography for the sustained production of vowels [a, i, u] and voiceless fricatives [f, 0, s,  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0095-4470(95)80044-1 fatcat:jd7j2akxyvevzp5thrcci6uppy

Estimation of minimum oral tract constriction area in sibilant fricatives from aerodynamic data

Y. Fujiso, K. Nozaki, A. Van Hirtum
2015 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The minimum area is estimated from non-invasive aerodynamic measurements using a laminar flow model. The influence of viscid flow losses on the area estimation is shown to be negligible.  ...  Speech screening of sibilant fricative phonemes is an important tool for oral health care.  ...  An example of aerodynamic and acoustic data measured with the EVA system during sibilant /s/ utterances is presented in Fig. 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4922366 pmid:26233055 fatcat:3hu3qdbovvg7pdnvpajh6ctpqa

Speech analysis and feature extraction using chaotic models

Vassilis Pitsikalis, Petros Maragos
2002 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing  
In this paper, we explore modern methods and algorithms from chaotic systems theory for modeling speech signals in a multidimensional phase space and for extracting nonlinear acoustic features.  ...  Nonlinear systems based on chaos theory can model various aspects of the nonlinear dynamic phenomena occuring during speech production.  ...  There is indeed strong theoretical and experimental evidence [15, 5, 19, 17] for the existence of important nonlinear aerodynamic phenomena during the speech production that cannot be accounted for by  ... 
doi:10.1109/icassp.2002.5743772 dblp:conf/icassp/PitsikalisM02 fatcat:vzw7ree6cfbangbcncnti6bhui

Speech Production and Perception Models and their Applications to Synthesis, Recognition, and Coding [chapter]

A. Alwan, S. Narayanan, B. Strope, A. Shen
1999 Speech Processing, Recognition and Artificial Neural Networks  
In this tutorial paper, we review recent advances in speech production and perception modeling and summarize the challenges that lie ahead in developing fully parametric models.  ...  Using mathematical models of human speech production and perception has been an important factor in the improved performance of these devices.  ...  For example, physically-motivated 1D acoustic models for fricatives, showing good agreement with the spectra of natural fricatives, were recently reported Narayanan, 1995] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0845-0_6 fatcat:mvwq2b2tz5at7auoqwjlj2idoe

Articulatory and acoustic realization of French and German /R/

Cedric Gendrot, Barbara Kuhnert, Didier Demolin
2016 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Aerodynamic data also show that the variation of Nasal Airflow is not significant but a ratio between Oral Airflow and Intra-Oral Pressure significantly varies according to the different realizations of  ...  Finally, acoustic analyses of continuous speech based on results found in this study investigate prosodic factors of variation for the production of /ʁ/.  ...  The aerodynamic experiment allowed us to EMA data but also to investigate other possible realizations, i.e. approximants realized with low subglottal pressure and fricatives with high subglottal pressure  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4970163 fatcat:oblxg2zxzvdntd2agbr7k73syy

Oral and Laryngeal Articulation Control of Voicing in Children with and without Speech Sound Disorders

Haydée Fiszbein Wertzner, Luciana Pagan Neves, Luis M. T. Jesus
2022 Children  
Data from detailed speech and language assessments, oral airflow and electroglottography signals were collected from 13 children with SSD and 17 children without SSD, aged 5;0 to 7;8, using picture naming  ...  Children with and without SSD used different relative fo (which captures changes in fo during the consonant-vowel transition) and OQ values, and place of articulation had an effect on the strength of voicing  ...  Aerodynamic, EGG and Acoustic Data Acquisition: Stimuli and Procedures A list of words with fricatives /v, z, ʒ/ were selected (see Table 1 ), based on the following criteria: Target consonant in initial  ... 
doi:10.3390/children9050649 fatcat:6u4jcyezh5hghn6qc7d7lojr3q

Cognitive processing as a bridge between phonetic and social models of sound change

Jonathan Harrington, Mary Stevens
2014 Laboratory Phonology  
Kirby builds a multidimensional Gaussian mixture model based on four acoustic parameters for each of the above three categories from his production data.  ...  analysis of aerodynamic variation (Solé), and computational modelling (Kirby).  ... 
doi:10.1515/lp-2014-0001 fatcat:7cvvrlqck5b6pf4b4krba75cma

Deriving vocal-tract area functions from midsagittal profiles and formant frequencies: A new model for vowels and fricative consonants based on experimental data

Denis Beautemps, Pierre Badin, Rafael Laboissière
1995 Speech Communication  
In order to achieve better understanding of the articulatory-acoustic relationships, more data are still very much needed.  ...  The two-fold aim of the present study was thus (1) to provide a set of coherent midsagittal functions, area functions and formant frequencies, for a small corpus of vowels and fricative consonants produced  ...  Pat Nye and collegues for kindly providing the original data of the Baer et al. (1991) study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0167-6393(94)00045-c fatcat:iqjntl6n6bhyvmd7gt4zdgmcue
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