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IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, 2005.
We propose and describe several methods for using speech power as an estimate of intentional loudness, and a mapping from this loudness estimate to a continuous control. This is performed in the context of a novel voice-based human-computer interface designed to enable individuals with motor impairments to use vocal tract parameters for both discrete and continuous control tasks. The interface uses vocal gestures to control continuous movement and discrete sounds for other events. We conduct adoi:10.1109/asru.2005.1566489 fatcat:2f477fqz6za6ffg4xaoh36oil4