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NLP, CCS 2018-06-08
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Effect of source-filter interaction on physical model of the vocal folds
Isao Tokuda, Kishin Migimatsu (Ritsumeikan) NLP2018-36 CCS2018-9
In human voice production, the source-filter interaction plays a crucial role. The purpose of the present study is to re... [more] NLP2018-36 CCS2018-9
SP 2012-11-08
Miyagi Ichibancho Lobby, Tohoku Institute of Technology Measurement of temporal change of vocal tract volume during production of plosive and fricative consonants
Tatsuya Kitamura, Hiroaki Hatano (Konan Univ.) SP2012-75
The volume of the vocal tract of a male speaker during production of voiced and voiceless plosives and fricatives was me... [more] SP2012-75
EMM, IE, LOIS, ITE-ME, IEE-CMN [detail] 2012-08-27
Yamaguchi   [Invited Talk] Nonlinear Dynamics of Voice Production -- From voice pathology, singing voice to bioacoustics --
Isao Tokuda (Ritsumeikan Univ.) LOIS2012-20 IE2012-52 EMM2012-43
oice production is mainly composed of two parts: (a) laryngeal source produced by vocal fold vibrations and (b) acoustic... [more] LOIS2012-20 IE2012-52 EMM2012-43
SP 2009-06-24
Hokkaido Clark Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. Laryngeal Source Production of Inspiratory Phonation
Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Sci. Univ. Hokkaido), Hiroshi Imagawa (Univ. Tokyo/Dept.Otorhinolaryngology, Univ. of Tokyo), Hisayuki Yokonishi (Univ. Tokyo), Takao Goto (Intn'l Med. Center. of Jpn.), Takaharu Nito (Dept.Otorhinolaryngology, Univ. of Tokyo), Miwako Kimura (Univ. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center), Niro Tayama (Intn'l Med. Center. of Jpn.) SP2009-24
In this paper, the laryngeal movements of ispiratory phonation were
observed using endoscopic high-speed digital imagin... [more]
SP 2009-06-24
Hokkaido Clark Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. Larygo-topographic analysis of vocal fold vibration patterns
Hiroshi Imagawa (Univ. of Tokyo/Univ. of Tokyo.), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Sci. Univ. Hokkaido), Miwako Kimura (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center), Niro Tayama (Univ. of Tokyo./Intn'l Med. Center. of Jpn.) SP2009-27
Laryngo-topography is a new method for analysis of digital high-speed recording of vocal fold vibrations by Fourier tran... [more] SP2009-27
SP 2008-10-23
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. Speech synthesis based on a transmission line model -- Development of an adjustment function for phoneme duration --
Mamio Hokazono, Kohichi Ogata (Kumamoto Univ.) SP2008-58
A speech synthesis system that simulates speech production process; generation of sound source, articulation and radiati... [more] SP2008-58
NLP 2007-12-19
Fukui   Parameter estimation of asymmetric two-mass model for vocal fold atrophy
Hiroshi Naganuma, Isao Tokuda (JAIST), Miwako Kimura, Hiroshi Imagawa (University of Tokyo Hospital), Ken-Ichi Sakakibara (Health Sciences University of Hokkaido), Niro Tayama (International Medical Center) NLP2007-109
Voice disorders caused by vocal fold paralysis originate from a complex nonlinear vibration of the vocal folds. Understa... [more] NLP2007-109
SP 2007-10-25
- 2007-10-26
Nagasaki Nagasaki University Continuum model of the vocal fold based on a particle method
Takaaki Fukutomi, Masafumi Nakata, Tokihiko Kaburagi, Kohei Wakamiya (Kyushu Univ.) SP2007-72
To reveal the production mechanism of voice, the vocal fold is treated as a continuum and its dynamical behavior is expr... [more] SP2007-72
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University A numerical simulation of pathological speech production based on asymmetric vocal folds model
Hideyuki Nomura, Tetsuo Funada (Kanazawa Univ.) SP2007-43
Numerical simulations of pathological voice production and estimations of pressure wave fluctuations are performed based... [more] SP2007-43
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