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Introduction to Speech Production. Lecture 1. Phonetics and Phonology. Phonetics: The physical manifestation of language in sound waves. How sounds are articulated How sounds are perceived Phonology: The mental representation of sounds. Example: . Phonetics and Phonology. Human Anatomy.

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Introduction to speech production

Introduction toSpeech Production

Lecture 1


Phonetics and phonology

Phonetics and Phonology

  • Phonetics: The physical manifestation of language in sound waves.

    • How sounds are articulated

    • How sounds are perceived

  • Phonology: The mental representation of sounds.

    Example:


Phonetics and phonology1

Phonetics and Phonology


Human anatomy

Human Anatomy


Human anatomy1

Human Anatomy


Sounds categorization

Sounds Categorization

  • Manner of articulation

    closure made by the articulators and the degree of the obstruction of the air stream by those articulators.

  • Place of articulation

    Position of the articulators e-g: tongue, lips etc.

  • Status of glottis

    Voicing : vocal cords are vibrating

    Voiceless: vocal cords do not vibrate


Sound categorization

Sound Categorization

  • A good link to understand manner and place of articulation (only sounds in American English).

    http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/english/frameset.html


Phonology

Phonology

  • Language dependent subject

  • Few phonological rules

  • Examples:

  • Other topics might involve

    • Script to phonemic conversion

    • Stress analysis

    • Syllabification

    • Intonation


Applications

Applications

  • Formants modeling

  • Consonant identification

  • Vowel identification

  • Klatt Synthesizer

  • Searching in multimedia databases

  • Encoding and Speech transmission

  • Speech recognition

  • Speaker identification


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