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Mechanisms of irregular vibration in a physical model of the vocal folds
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Previous investigations have shown that one mechanism of irregular vocal fold vibration may be a desynchronization of two or more vibratory modes of the vocal fold tissues. In the current investigation, mechanisms of irregular vibration were further examined using a self-oscillating, physical model of vocal fold vibration, a hemi-model methodology, and high-speed, stereoscopic, digital imaging. Using the method of empirical eigenfunctions, a spatiotemporal analysis revealed mechanisms of irregular vibration in subharmonic phonation and biphonation, which were not disclosed in a standard acoustic spectrum.
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