Les trajectoires formantiques respectant les lois de la physique contribuent-elles à une meilleure perception de la parole ?

Abstract : Physical properties of speech articulators contribute to shape articulatory and formant trajectories. This study aims at evaluating the role of this shaping in speech perception. We conducted perception tests of synthetic stimuli generated with speech production models accounting for different degrees of physical complexity. Our results do not provide any support to the hypothesis that the degree of physical realism in the models influences the perception of naturalness. However for degraded speech (silent center speech), significant differences are observed.
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Véronique DELVAUX, Didier DEMOLIN, Stéphane DUPONT, Thierry DUTOIT, Bernard HARMEGNIES, Kathy HUET, Myriam PICCALUGA. XXVIIIèmes Journées d'Etude sur la Parole (JEP'2010), May 2010, Mons, Belgium. pp.129-132, 2010


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Daniel Pape, Pascal Perrier, Susanne Fuchs, Sonia Kandel. Les trajectoires formantiques respectant les lois de la physique contribuent-elles à une meilleure perception de la parole ?. Véronique DELVAUX, Didier DEMOLIN, Stéphane DUPONT, Thierry DUTOIT, Bernard HARMEGNIES, Kathy HUET, Myriam PICCALUGA. XXVIIIèmes Journées d'Etude sur la Parole (JEP'2010), May 2010, Mons, Belgium. pp.129-132, 2010. <hal-00531551>

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