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Automatic quantitative analysis of ultrasound tongue contours via wavelet-based functional mixed models
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This paper illustrates the application of wavelet-based functional mixed models to automatic quantification of differences between tongue contours obtained through ultrasound imaging. The reliability of this method is demonstrated through the analysis of tongue positions recorded from a female and a male speaker at the onset of the vowels /a/ and /i/ produced in the context of the consonants /t/ and /k/. The proposed method allows detection of significant differences between configurations of the articulators that are visible in ultrasound
images during the production of different speech gestures and is compatible with statistical designs containing both fixed and random terms.
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