PS_Speech - How the vocal tract produces three vowel sounds(a Pulses from the vocal cords(b configurations of the vocal tract(c Resonance spectra

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1 How the vocal tract produces three vowel sounds. (a) Pulses from the vocal cords. (b) configurations of the vocal tract. (c) Resonance spectra of the vocal tract configurations. (d) Spectra emitted from the vocal tract.
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2 Example speech spectrogram.
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3 Synthetic spectrograms of the first two formants of two syllables: /di/ and /du/.
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5 Model of the auditory representation of a French vowel y (ewe).
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6 The distinctiveness of a pair of vowels is defined as the sum of the squared difference between their auditory model outputs. The optimum vowel system is the
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course PSY 323P taught by Professor Geisler during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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PS_Speech - How the vocal tract produces three vowel sounds(a Pulses from the vocal cords(b configurations of the vocal tract(c Resonance spectra

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