Index to "Real-time articulatory speech-synthesis-by-rules"

Published in the Proceedings of AVIOS '95
San Jose, September 11 -14 1995, AVIOS: San Jose, pp 27-44

by

David Hill
Leonard Manzara
Craig Schock
(c) The Authors 1995
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Table of Contents

Note: Speech samples are linked at the end of this menu

Introduction
An historical perspective
Origins of machine synthesis in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Modern articulatory synthesis
A tube model
Using a tube model
The control and computation problems
Distinctive Regions and Modes: the Distinctive Region Model (DRM)
Acoustical basis
A DRM-based control system and its advantages/A>
Building a real-time articulatory-synthesis-based text-to-speech system
Basic tasks
The synthesiser
Parameter target and rule data management-MONET
Building the databases
The complete system
Discussion and future work
Acknowledgements
References
Footnotes

Male-Female-Child “Hello”synthesis comparison (sound files all ~3 MB)
(Composed by Leonard Manzara as a demonstration)

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Additional examples illustrating full articulatory text-to-speech synthesis for male voice (examples chosen for interest rather than flattery)
Pat-a-pan Lumberjack The Chaos


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