ISCA Archive MAVEBA 2005
ISCA Archive MAVEBA 2005

A physical model for articulatory speech synthesis. theoretical and numerical principles

N. Ruty, J. Cisonni, X. Pelorson, Pascal Perrier, P. Badin, A. Van Hirtum

The objective of this study is to develop a simple physical model able to produce articulatory synthesis of continuous vowel transitions. The proposed model considers simplified physical approximations for the glottal source, acoustical propagation in the vocal tract and lip radiation. The articulatory quality of the synthesized results is interpreted in terms of the simplifications applied in each model element.


Cite as: Ruty, N., Cisonni, J., Pelorson, X., Perrier, P., Badin, P., Hirtum, A.V. (2005) A physical model for articulatory speech synthesis. theoretical and numerical principles. Proc. Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2005), 51-54

@inproceedings{ruty05_maveba,
  author={N. Ruty and J. Cisonni and X. Pelorson and Pascal Perrier and P. Badin and A. Van Hirtum},
  title={{A physical model for articulatory speech synthesis. theoretical and numerical principles}},
  year=2005,
  booktitle={Proc. Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2005)},
  pages={51--54}
}