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Speech assessments are commonly based on structured elicitation tasks. Despite the value of these tasks, the extent to which their results are a valid reflection of natural speech performance is being increasingly questioned. This is particularly warranted in the light of research findings...
This study reports the results of an investigation of knowledge and public awareness of stuttering among laypersons in Shanghai, China. A total number of 1968 respondents answered a questionnaire including questions about prevalence, onset, gender distribution and occurrence in different...
Minimal data exist describing tongue-to-palate contact patterns and their variability in normal speakers of English. Consequently, the aims of the present study were to examine, using a comprehensive profile of data analysis, tongue-to-palate contact patterns and their variability in a group of...
For pathological voices, hoarseness is mainly due to airflow turbulence in the vocal tract and is often referred to as noise. This paper focuses on the enhancement of speech signals that are supposedly degraded by additive white noise. Speech enhancement is performed in the time-domain, by means...
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