4th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing

Philadelphia, PA, USA
October 3-6, 1996

Relating Formants and Articulation in Intelligibility Test Words

Michiko Hashi, Raymond D. Kent, John R. Westbury, Mary J. Lindstrom

Departments of Communicative Disorders and Biostatistics, LJW-Madison

The present study represents an attempt to describe the relationships between formant histories and lingual fleshpoint movements for selected words spoken by five normal, young-adult speakers of American English. The data arc drawn from the X-ray Mierobcam (XRMB) Speech Production Database (1). A major purpose of the study is to examine the appropriateness of simple acoustic-to-articulatory inferences that are common in speech research.

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Bibliographic reference.  Hashi, Michiko / Kent, Raymond D. / Westbury, John R. / Lindstrom, Mary J. (1996): "Relating formants and articulation in intelligibility test words", In ICSLP-1996, 1601-1604.