Feb. 13, 2024, 5:48 a.m. | Xiaofeng Liu Fangxu Xing Jiachen Zhuo Maureen Stone Jerry L. Prince Georges El Fakhri Jonghye Woo

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Understanding the relationship between tongue motion patterns during speech and their resulting speech acoustic outcomes -- i.e., articulatory-acoustic relation -- is of great importance in assessing speech quality and developing innovative treatment and rehabilitative strategies. This is especially important when evaluating and detecting abnormal articulatory features in patients with speech-related disorders. In this work, we aim to develop a framework for detecting speech motion anomalies in conjunction with their corresponding speech acoustics. This is achieved through the use of a …

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