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The quasi-periodic oscillation of the vocal folds causes perturbations in the length of the glottal cycles that are known as jitter. The observation of the glottal cycles variations suggests that jitter is a random phenomenon described by random deviations of the glottal cycle lengths in relation to a corresponding mean value and, in general, its values are expressed as a percentage of the duration of the glottal pulse. The jitter has been the subject for researchers due to its importantdoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2017.09.236 fatcat:gomyu7wgufdedfjb2zsh3hlclq