digital ladder filter that is called the Kelly–Lochbaum model. In this paper we particularly well suited for articulatory speech synthesis. II. CONICAL TUBE. These refinements result in an accurate and intuitively con- trollable vocal tract model that is well suited for articula- tory speech synthesis. I. INTRODUCTION An . The scattering equations of the Kelly–Lochbaum segmented tube, including the “Speech synthesis,” in Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on.

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In this paper we propose an extended approach, where the tube sections approximating the profile of the tract are conical instead of cylindrical. This paper has 33 citations. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. Tract literature Search for additional papers on this topic.


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An optimized multirate sampling technique for the dynamic variation of vocal tract length in the Kelly-Lochbaum speech synthesis model G. Speech and Audio Processing Digital modelling of a variable-length acoustic tube.

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