INTERSPEECH 2011
12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association

Florence, Italy
August 27-31. 2011

Announcing the Electromagnetic Articulography (Day 1) Subset of the mngu0 Articulatory Corpus

Korin Richmond (1), Phil Hoole (2), Simon King (1)

(1) University of Edinburgh, UK
(2) LMU München, Germany

This paper serves as an initial announcement of the availability of a corpus of articulatory data called mngu0. This corpus will ultimately consist of a collection of multiple sources of articulatory data acquired from a single speaker: electromagnetic articulography (EMA), audio, video, volumetric MRI scans, and 3D scans of dental impressions. This data will be provided free for research use. In this first stage of the release, we are making available one subset of EMA data, consisting of more than 1,300 phonetically diverse utterances recorded with a Carstens AG500 electromagnetic articulograph. Distribution of mngu0 will be managed by a dedicated "forum-style" web site. This paper both outlines the general goals motivating the distribution of the data and the creation of the mngu0 web forum, and also provides a description of the EMA data contained in this initial release.

Full Paper

Bibliographic reference.  Richmond, Korin / Hoole, Phil / King, Simon (2011): "Announcing the electromagnetic articulography (day 1) subset of the mngu0 articulatory corpus", In INTERSPEECH-2011, 1505-1508.