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Speech synthesis bill says ni n ttcd stop ttcl

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Speech Synthesis Bill says [ni] /n/ TTCD: stop TTCL: alveolar VEL: lowered /i/ TBCD: high for a vowel TBCL: palatal VEL: raised Δx/Δt = kx + c
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Dynamical Systems for Speech Synthesis The room is 30 ˚. Bill wants it 90˚. Jane wants it 50˚. Room Temperature?
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Dynamical Systems for Speech Synthesis The room is 30 ˚. Bill wants it 90˚. Jane wants it 50˚. Room Temperature?
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Dynamical Systems for Speech Synthesis The room is 30 ˚. Bill wants it 90˚. Jane wants it 50˚. Room Temperature?
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Dynamical Systems for Speech Synthesis Bill says [ni] /n/ TTCD: stop TTCL: alveolar VEL: lowered /i/ TBCD: high for a vowel TBCL: palatal VEL: raised Δx/Δt = kx + c Goal: .2 Goal: -.1
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Dynamical Systems for Speech Synthesis Moving from one phoneme to the next  Dynamical Systems Equation Δx/Δt = kx+c Overlap in gestures: may not fully realize goal creates coarticulation
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Dynamical Systems Equation For the equation: Δx/Δt = -1/3x + 1, initial position 9 What is the position at time 0? What is the position at time 2? What is the goal of the system? For the equation: Δx/Δt = -1/2x + c What should c be if the goal is 10? What should c be if the goal is 20? For the equation: Δx/Δt = -1/4x + 7, initial position 12 What is the position at time 0? What is the position at time 4? What is the goal of the system?
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