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WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2022-03-08
Online Online A study on high-intelligibility speech synthesis of dysarthric speakers using voice conversion from normal speech and multi-speaker vocoder
Tetsuro Takano (HTS), Takashi Nose, Aoi Kanagaki (Tohoku Univ.), Satoshi Watanabe (HTS) WIT2021-46
In this study, we investigated the possibility of generating intelligible synthetic speech by converting the voice of a ... [more] WIT2021-46
WIT 2020-06-12
Online Online Improving the pronounce clarity of dysarthric speech using CycleGAN
Shuhei Imai, Takashi Nose, Aoi Kanagaki (Tohoku Univ.), Satoshi Watanabe (HTS), Akinori Ito (Tohoku Univ.) WIT2020-1
Several voice conversion systems have been developed that converts the dysarthric speech into healthy speech.The convent... [more] WIT2020-1
EA, SIP, SP 2019-03-15
Nagasaki i+Land nagasaki (Nagasaki-shi) [Poster Presentation] Data augmentation using multiple databases for end-to-end dysarthric speech recognition
Yuki Takashima, Tetsuya Takiguchi, Yasuo Ariki (Kobe Univ.) EA2018-156 SIP2018-162 SP2018-118
We present in this paper an end-to-end speech recognition system for a Japanese person with an articulation disorder res... [more] EA2018-156 SIP2018-162 SP2018-118
WIT, SP 2018-10-28
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology(Kitakyushu) Neural Network based articulation feature analysis system and its application to speech of cleft palate children
Akihiro Eto, Hiroki Arakawa, Masahiro Tezuka, Norihumi Nakamura, Tadashi Sakata, Yuichi Ueda (Kumamoto Univ.) SP2018-47 WIT2018-35
Speech therapists or dentists evaluate the presence or absence of dysarthria by his/her auditory.
However, its diagnosi... [more]
SP2018-47 WIT2018-35
SP, WIT 2013-06-13
Niigata   Support System for Children with Dysarthria or Hearing Disorders to Practice Pronunciation
Ikuyo Masuda-Katsuse (Kinki Univ.), Kimio Shiraishi (Kushu Univ.), Hirouki Oyama (Fukuoka Prefectual Education Center), Yuiko Hirashima (International Univ. Health and Welfare) SP2013-38 WIT2013-8
We developed a system for children who have difficulty correctly pronouncing words due to dysarthria or hearing disorder... [more] SP2013-38 WIT2013-8
SP 2012-03-08
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Speech feature integration and its visualization for a computer-aided diagnosis of the dysarthric speech
Yuichi Ueda, Tadashi Sakata (Kumamoto Univ.), Mana Shinnakasu, Narihiro Hirahara (Kagoshima Univ.), Akinori Gomi (Gunma Univ.) SP2011-162
For diagnosis and rehabilitation based on the specialists' auditory images, we have developed a diagnostic support syste... [more] SP2011-162
SP 2008-11-20
Gifu Softopia Japan (Ogaki) Development of a speech generator from hand motions based on space mapping
Aki Kunikoshi, Yu Qiao, Masayuki Suzuki, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Tokyo Univ.) SP2008-78
When individuals with speaking disabilities, dysarthrics, want to communicate using speech, they often use speech synthe... [more] SP2008-78
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