A Comparative Study Of Estimating Articulatory Movements From Phoneme Sequences And Acoustic Features

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A Comparative Study Of Estimating Articulatory Movements From Phoneme Sequences And Acoustic Features


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A Comparative Study Of Estimating Articulatory Movements From Phoneme Sequences And Acoustic Features

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Unlike phoneme sequences, movements of speech articulators (lips, tongue, jaw, velum) and the resultant acoustic signal are known to encode not only the linguistic message but also carry para-linguistic information. While several works exist for estimatin
Unlike phoneme sequences, movements of speech articulators (lips, tongue, jaw, velum) and the resultant acoustic signal are known to encode not only the linguistic message but also carry para-linguistic information. While several works exist for estimatin