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Proceedings of the International Conference on Bio-inspired Systems and Signal Processing
Electro-larynx speech (EL) is a possibility to re-obtain speech when the larynx is surgically removed or damaged. As currently available devices normally are hand-held, a new generation of EL devices would benefit from a hands-free version. In this work we use electromyographic (EMG) signals to investigate speech/nonspeech detection for EL speech. The muscle activity, which is represented by the EMG signal, correlates with the intention to produce speech sounds and therefore, the short-termdoi:10.5220/0005181401380144 fatcat:aofoamqto5emtogmzlxqtaoxii