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An X-ray database, tools and procedures for the study of speech production

Abstract : This paper presents an X-ray database and processing tools that have been respectively elaborated and developed within a research project on speech production (DOCVACIM). The X-ray data deal with various phonetic issues in different languages spoken in Europe, in Africa, in Asia and in Latin America. The goal of the project, apart from looking into issues related to coarticulation, inversion and evaluation of physical models, is to make available to the speech scientific community: 1) a set of multilingual and multimedia data on speech production containing cine-radiographic images of the vocal tract, acoustic signals, tracings and contours of the vocal tract, all synchronized and accessible within a processing platform; 2) adapted tools and software that allow extracting articulatory information from these data, in relation with prior phonological labeling. The focus in this article is on the adapted tools and software which have been developed within the project.
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Rudolph Sock, Fabrice Hirsch, Yves Laprie, Pascal Perrier, Béatrice Vaxelaire, et al.. An X-ray database, tools and procedures for the study of speech production. 9th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP 2011), Jun 2011, Montréal, Canada. pp.41-48. ⟨hal-00610297⟩



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