No data available.
Please log in to see this content.
You have no subscription access to this content.
No metrics data to plot.
The attempt to load metrics for this article has failed.
The attempt to plot a graph for these metrics has failed.
The full text of this article is not currently available.
Mechanics of human voice production and control
Alipour, F. , Berry, D. A. , and Titze, I. R. (2000). “ A finite-element model of vocal-fold vibration,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 108, 3003–3012.
Alipour, F. , and Scherer, R. C. (2004). “ Flow separation in a computational oscillating vocal fold model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 116, 1710–1719.
Berke, G. , Mendelsohn, A. , Howard, N. , and Zhang, Z. (2013). “Neuromuscular induced phonation in a human ex vivo perfused larynx preparation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 133(2), EL114–EL117.
Berry, D. A. , Herzel, H. , Titze, I. R. , and Krischer, K. (1994). “ Interpretation of biomechanical simulations of normal and chaotic vocal fold oscillations with empirical eigenfunctions,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 95, 3595–3604.
Berry, D. A. , Zhang, Z. , and Neubauer, J. (2006). “ Mechanisms of irregular vibration in a physical model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 120, EL36–EL42.
Chan, R. , and Rodriguez, M. (2008). “ A simple-shear rheometer for linear viscoelastic characterization of vocal fold tissues at phonatory frequencies,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 124, 1207–1219.
Chan, R. W. , and Titze, I. R. (1999). “ Viscoelastic shear properties of human vocal fold mucosa: Measurement methodology and empirical results,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 106, 2008–2021.
Chhetri, D. , Berke, G. , Lotfizadeh, A. , and Goodyer, E. (2009). “ Control of vocal fold cover stiffness by laryngeal muscles: A preliminary study,” Laryngoscope 119(1), 222–227.
Chhetri, D. , Neubauer, J. , and Berry, D. (2012). “ Neuromuscular control of fundamental frequency and glottal posture at phonation onset,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 131(2), 1401–1412.
Colton, R. H. , Casper, J. K. , and Leonard, R. (2011). Understanding Voice Problems: A Physiological Perspective for Diagnosis and Treatment ( Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD), Chap. 13.
Dollinger, M. , Grohn, F. , Berry, D. , Eysholdt, U. , and Luegmair, G. (2014). “ Preliminary results on the influence of engineered artificial mucus layer on phonation,” J. Speech Lang. Hear. Res. 57, S637–S647.
Dollinger, M. , Hoppe, U. , Hettlich, F. , Lohscheller, J. , Schuberth, S. , and Eysholdt U. (2002). “ Vibration parameter extraction from endoscopic image series of the vocal folds,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. 49(8), 773–781.
Drechsel, J. S. , and Thomson, S. L. (2008). “ Influence of supraglottal structures on the glottal jet exiting a two-layer synthetic, self-oscillating vocal fold model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 123, 4434–4445.
Erath, B. D. , Peterson, S. , Zanartu, M. , Wodicka, G. , and Plesniak, M. W. (2011). “ A theoretical model of the pressure field arising from asymmetric intraglottal flows applied to a two-mass model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 130, 389–403.
Erath, B. D. , and Plesniak, M. W. (2006). “ The occurrence of the Coanda effect in pulsatile flow through static models of the human vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 120, 1000–1011.
Fant, G. (1970). Acoustic Theory of Speech Production ( Mouton, The Hague, Netherlands), Chap. 1.
Fant, G. (1979). “ Glottal source and excitation analysis,” STL-QPSR 20, 85–107.
Fant, G. (1982). “ Preliminaries to analysis of the human voice source,” STL-QPSR 23(4), 1–27.
Fant, G. , Liljencrants, J. , and Lin, Q. (1985). “ A four-parameter model of glottal flow,” STL-QPSR 26(4), 1–13.
Farahani, M. , and Zhang, Z. (2014). “ A computational study of the effect of intraglottal vortex-induced negative pressure on vocal fold vibration,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 136, EL369–EL375.
Finnegan, E. , Luschei, E. , and Hoffman, H. (2000). “ Modulations in respiratory and laryngeal activity associated with changes in vocal intensity during speech,” J. Speech Lang. Hear. Res. 43, 934–950.
Flanagan, J. L. (1972). Speech Analysis, Synthesis, and Perception ( Springer, Berlin), Chap. 6.
Fukui, K. , Ishikawa, Y. , Sawa, T. , Shintaku, E. , Honda, M. , and Takanishi, A. (2007). “ New anthropomorphic talking robot having a three-dimensional articulation mechanism and improved pitch range,” in 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, pp. 2922–2927.
Fukui, K. , Ishikawa, Y. , Shintaku, E. , Ohno, K. , Sakakibara, N. , Takanishi, A. , and Honda, M. (2008). “ Vocal cord model to control various voices for anthropomorphic talking robot,” in Proceedings of the 8th International Speech Production Seminar (ISSP), pp. 341–344.
Fukui, K. , Nishikawa, K. , Ikeo, S. , Shintaku, E. , Takada, K. , Takanobu, H. , Honda, M. , and Takanishi, A. (2005). “ Development of a new vocal cords based on human biological structures for talking robot,” in Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems ( Springer, Berlin), pp. 908–914.
Gobl, C. , and Ní Chasaide, A. (2010). “Voice source variation and its communicative functions,” in The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, 2nd ed., edited by William J. Hardcastle, John Laver, and Fiona E. Gibbon ( Blackwell, Oxford), pp. 378–423.
Gommel, A. , Butenweg, C. , Bolender, K. , and Grunendahl, A. (2007). “ A muscle controlled finite-element model of laryngeal abduction and adduction,” Comput. Methods Biomech. Biomed. Eng. 10, 377–388.
Gray, S. D. , Alipour, F. , Titze, I. R. , and Hammond, T. H. (2000). “ Biomechanical and histologic observations of vocal fold fibrous proteins,” Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryngol. 109, 77–85.
Hadwin, P. , Galindo, G. , Daun, K. , Zanartu, M. , Erath, B. , Cataldo, E. , and Peterson, S. (2016). “ Non-stationary Bayesian estimation of parameters from a body cover model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139, 2683–2696.
Haji, T. , Mori, K. , Omori, K. , and Isshiki N. (1992b). “ Mechanical properties of the vocal fold. Stress-strain studies,” Acta Otolaryngol. 112, 559–565.
Herzel, H. , Berry, D. A. , Titze, I. R. , and Saleh, M. (1994). “ Analysis of vocal disorders with methods from nonlinear dynamics,” J. Speech. Hear. Res. 37, 1008–1019.
Herzel, H. , Steinecke, I. , Mende, W. , and Wermke, K. (1991). “Chaos and bifurcations during voiced speech,” in Complexity, Chaos and Biological Evolution, edited by E. Mosekilde and L. Mosekilde ( Plenum, New York), pp. 41–50.
Henrich, N. , d'Alessandro, C. , Doval, B. , and Castellengo, M. (2005). “ Glottal open quotient in singing: Measurements and correlation with laryngeal mechanisms, vocal intensity, and fundamental frequency,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 117(3), 1417–1430.
Hirano, M. (1975). “ Phonosurgery: Basic and clinical investigations,” Otologia (Fukuoka) 21, 239–440.
Hirano, M. , and Kakita, Y. (1985). “Cover-body theory of vocal fold vibration,” in Speech Science: Recent Advances, edited by R. G. Daniloff ( College-Hill Press, San Diego), pp. 1–46.
Hirano, M. , Ohala, J. , and Vennard, W. (1969). “ The function of laryngeal muscles in regulating fundamental frequency and intensity of phonation,” J. Speech Hear Res. 12, 616–628.
Hirschberg, A. , Pelorson, X. , Hofmans, G. , van Hassel, R. R. , and Wijnands, A. P. J. (1996). “ Starting transient of the flow through an in-vitro model of the vocal folds,” in Vocal Fold Physiology: Controlling Complexity and Chaos ( Singular, San Diego), pp. 31–46.
Hixon, T. J. (1987). Respiratory Function in Speech and Song ( College-Hill Press, Boston, MA), Chap. 1.
Hixon, T. J. , Weismer, G. , and Hoit, J. D. (2008). Preclinical Speech Science: Anatomy, Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception ( Plural Publishing, San Diego, CA), Chap. 3.
Hofmans, G. C. J. (1998). “ Vortex sound in confined flows,” Ph.D. thesis, (Eindhoven University of Technology, (Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Holmberg, E. , Hillman, R. , and Perkell, J. (1988). “ Glottal airflow and transglottal air pressure measurements for male and female speakers in soft, normal, and loud voice,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 84, 511–529.
Horacek, J. , and Svec, J. G. (2002). “ Aeroelastic model of vocal-fold-shaped vibrating element for studying the phonation threshold,” J. Fluids Struct. 16, 931–955.
Hunter, E. J. , Titze, I. R. , and Alipour, F. (2004). “A three-dimensional model of vocal fold abduction/adduction,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 115(4), 1747–1759.
Ishizaka, K. (1981). “Equivalent lumped-mass models of vocal fold vibration,” in Vocal Fold Physiology, edited by K. N. Stevens and M. Hirano ( University of Tokyo, Tokyo), pp. 231–244.
Ishizaka, K. (1988). “Significance of Kaneko's measurement of natural frequencies of the vocal folds,” in Vocal Physiology: Voice Production, Mechanisms and Functions ( Raven, New York), pp. 181–190.
Ishizaka, K. , and Isshiki, N. (1976). “ Computer simulation of pathological vocal-cord vibration,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 60, 1193–1198.
Ishizaka, K. , and Matsudaira, M. (1972). “ Fluid mechanical considerations of vocal cord vibration,” Monograph 8, Speech Communications Research Laboratory, Santa Barbara, CA.
Isogai, Y. , Horiguchi, S. , Honda, K. , Aoki, Y. , Hirose, H. , and Saito, S. (1988). “A dynamic simulation model of vocal fold vibration,” in Vocal Physiology: Voice Production, Mechanisms and Functions, edited by O. Fujimura ( Raven, New York), pp. 191–206.
Isshiki, N. (1989). Phonosurgery: Theory and Practice ( Springer-Verlag, Tokyo), Chap. 3.
Kaburagi, T. , and Tanabe, Y. (2009). “ Low-dimensional models of the glottal flow incorporating viscous-inviscid interaction,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 125, 391–404.
Kakita, Y. (1988). “Simultaneous observation of the vibratory pattern, sound pressure, and airflow signals using a physical model of the vocal folds,” in Vocal Physiology: Voice Production, Mechanisms and Functions, edited by O. Fujimura ( Raven, New York), pp. 207–218.
Kaneko, T. , Masuda, T. , Shimada, A. , Suzuki, H. , Hayasaki, K. , and Komatsu, K. (1986). “Resonance characteristics of the human vocal folds in vivo and in vitro by an impulse excitation,” in Laryngeal Function in Phonation and Respiration, edited by T. Baer, C. Sasaki, and K. Harris ( Little, Brown, Boston), pp. 349–377.
Kelleher, J. E. , Siegmund, T. , Du, M. , Naseri, E. , and Chan, R. W. (2013a). “ Empirical measurements of biomechanical anisotropy of the human vocal fold lamina propria,” Biomech. Model Mechanobiol. 12, 555–567.
Kelleher, J. E. , Siegmund, T. , Du, M. , Naseri, E. , and Chan, R. W. (2013b). “ The anisotropic hyperelastic biomechanical response of the vocal ligament and implications for frequency regulation: A case study,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 133, 1625–1636.
Kettlewell, B. (2015). “ The influence of intraglottal vortices upon the dynamics of the vocal folds,” Master thesis, (University of Waterloo, (Ontario, Canada.
Khosla, S. , Oren, L. , and Gutmark, E. (2014). “ An example of the role of basic science research to inform the treatment of unilateral vocal fold paralysis,” SIG 3 Perspect. Voice Voice Disord. 24, 37–50.
Klatt, D. H. , and Klatt, L. C. (1990). “ Analysis, synthesis and perception of voice quality variations among male and female talkers,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 87, 820–856.
Kreiman, J. , Garellek, M. , Chen, G. , Alwan, A. , and Gerratt, B. (2015). “ Perceptual evaluation of voice source models,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 138, 1–10.
Kreiman, J. , and Gerratt, B. (2012). “ Perceptual interaction of the harmonic source and noise in voice,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 131, 492–500.
Kreiman, J. , Gerratt, B. R. , Garellek, M. , Samlan, R. , and Zhang, Z. (2014). “ Toward a unified theory of voice production and perception,” Loquens 1, e009.
Kreiman, J. , and Sidtis, D. (2011). Foundations of Voice Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Voice Production and Perception ( Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ), Chaps. 2 and 8.
Kucinschi, B. R. , Scherer, R. C. , DeWitt, K. J. , and Ng, T. T. M. (2006). “ Flow visualization and acoustic consequences of the air moving through a static model of the human larynx,” J. Biomater. Appl. 128, 380–390.
Li, S. , Scherer, R. , Wan, M. , and Wang, S. (2012). “ The effect of entrance radii on intraglottal pressure distributions in the divergent glottis,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 131(2), 1371–1377.
Liljencrants, J. (1991). “ A translating and rotating mass model of the vocal folds,” STL/QPSR 1, 1–18.
Lucero, J. C. , Schoentgen, J. , Haas, J. , Luizard, P. , and Pelorson, X. (2015). “ Self-entrainment of the right and left vocal fold oscillators,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 137, 2036–2046.
Luo, H. , Mittal, R. , and Bielamowicz, S. (2009). “ Analysis of flow-structure interaction in the larynx during phonation using an immersed-boundary method,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 126, 816–824.
Mihaescu, M. , Khosla, S. M. , Murugappan, S. , and Gutmark, E. J. (2010). “ Unsteady laryngeal airflow simulations of the intra-glottal vortical structures,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 127, 435–444.
Miri, A. , Mongrain, R. , Chen, L. , and Mongeau, L. (2012). “ Quantitative assessment of the anisotropy of vocal fold tissue using shear rheometry and traction testing,” J. Biomechanics 45, 2943–2946.
Miri, A. K. , Heris, H. K. , Tripathy, U. , Wiseman, P. W. , and Mongeau L. (2013). “ Microstructural characterization of vocal folds toward a strain-energy model of collagen remodeling,” Acta Biomater. 9, 7957–7967.
Moore, D. M. , and Berke, G. S. (1988). “ The effect of laryngeal nerve stimulation on phonation: A glottographic study using an in vivo canine model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 83, 705–715.
Murray, P. R. , and Thomson, S. L. (2012). “ Vibratory responses of synthetic, self-oscillating vocal fold models,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 132, 3428–3438.
Neubauer, J. , Mergell, P. , Eysholdt, U. , and Herzel, H. (2001). “ Spatiotemporal analysis of irregular vocal fold oscillations: Biphonation due to desynchronization of spatial modes,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 110, 3179–3192.
Neubauer, J. , Zhang, Z. , Miraghaie, R. , and Berry, D. A. (2007). “ Coherent structures of the near field flow in a self-oscillating physical model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 121, 1102–1118.
Park, J. B. , and Mongeau, L. (2007). “ Instantaneous orifice discharge coefficient of a physical, driven model of the human larynx,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 121, 442–455.
Pelorson, X. , Hirschberg, A. , van Hassel, R. , Wijnands, A. , and Auregan, Y. (1994). “ Theoretical and experimental study of quasi-steady flow separation within the glottis during phonation: Application to a modified two-mass model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 96, 3416–3431.
Rothenberg, M. (1981). “ An interactive model for the voice source,” STL-QPSR 22(4), 1–17.
Ruty, N. , Pelorson, X. , Van Hirtum, A. , Lopez-Arteaga, I. , and Hirschberg, A. (2007). “ An in vitro setup to test the relevance and the accuracy of low-order vocal folds models,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 121, 479–490.
Scherer, R. , Shinwari, D. , De Witt, K. , Zhang, C. , Kucinschi, B. , and Afjeh, A. (2001). “ Intraglottal pressure profiles for a symmetric and oblique glottis with a divergence angle of 10 degrees,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 109(4), 1616–1630.
Scherer, R. , Torkaman, S. , Kucinschi, B. , and Afjeh, A. (2010). “ Intraglottal pressure in a three-dimensional model with a non-rectangular glottal shape,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 128(2), 828–838.
Selbie, W. S. , Zhang, L. , Levine, W. S. , and Ludlow, C. L. (1998). “ Using joint geometry to determine the motion of the cricoarytenoid joint,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 103(2), 1115–1127.
Shinwari, D. , Scherer, R. C. , DeWitt, K. J. , and Afjeh, A. A. (2003). “ Flow visualization and pressure distributions in a model of the glottis with a symmetric and oblique divergent angle of 10 degrees,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 113, 487–497.
Stathopoulos, E. , and Sapienza, C. (1993). “ Respiratory and laryngeal function of women and men during vocal intensity variation,” J. Speech Hear Res. 36, 64–75.
Stone, R. E. , and Nuttall, A. L. (1974). “ Relative movements of the thyroid and cricoid cartilages assessed by neural stimulation in dogs,” Acta Oto-Laryngologica 78, 135–140.
Story, B. H. , and Titze, I. R. (1995). “ Voice simulation with a body-cover model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 97, 1249–1260.
Sundberg, J. (1987). The Science of the Singing Voice ( Northern Illinois University, DeKalb), Chaps. 2 and 4.
Sundberg, J. , and Högset, C. (2001). “ Voice source differences between falsetto and modal registers in counter tenors, tenors and baritones,” Logoped. Phoniatr. Vocol. 26, 26–36.
Svec, J. , Horacek, J. , Sram, F. , and Vesely, J. (2000). “ Resonance properties of the vocal folds: In vivo laryngoscopic investigation of the externally excited laryngeal vibrations,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 108, 1397–1407.
Tao, C. , Jiang, J. J. , and Czerwonka, L. (2010). “ Liquid accumulation in vibrating vocal fold tissue: A simplified model based on a fluid-saturated porous solid theory,” J. Voice 24, 260–269.
Tao, C. , Zhang, Y. , Hottinger, D. , and Jiang, J. (2007). “ Asymmetric airflow and vibration induced by the Coanda effect in a symmetric model of the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 122, 2270–2278.
Thomson, S. L. , Mongeau, L. , and Frankel, S. H. (2005). “ Aerodynamic transfer of energy to the vocal folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 118, 1689–1700.
Titze, I. (1989). “ On the relation between subglottal pressure and fundamental frequency in phonation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 85, 901–906.
Titze, I. , Riede, T. , and Popolo, P. (2008). “ Nonlinear source–filter coupling in phonation: Vocal exercises,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 123, 1902–1915.
Titze, I. , and Story, B. H. (2002). “ Rules for controlling low-dimensional vocal fold models with muscle activation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 112, 1064–1076.
Titze, I. , and Talkin, D. (1979). “ A theoretical study of the effects of various laryngeal configurations on the acoustics of phonation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 66, 60–74.
Titze, I. R. (1988b). “Regulation of vocal power and efficiency by subglottal pressure and glottal width,” in Vocal Physiology: Voice Production, Mechanisms and Functions, edited by O. Fujimura ( Raven, New York), pp. 227–238.
Titze, I. R. (2002). “ Regulating glottal airflow in phonation: Application of the maximum power transfer theorem to a low dimensional phonation model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 111, 367–376.
Titze, I. R. , Schmidt, S. , and Titze, M. (1995). “ Phonation threshold pressure in a physical model of the vocal fold mucosa,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 97, 3080–3084.
Tokuda, I. T. , Horacek, J. , Svec, J. G. , and Herzel, H. (2007). “ Comparison of biomechanical modeling of register transitions and voice instabilities with excised larynx experiments,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 122, 519–531.
Tran, Q. , Berke, G. , Gerratt, B. , and Kreiman, J. (1993). “ Measurement of Young's modulus in the in vivo human vocal folds,” Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryngol. 102, 584–591.
Triep, M. , Brücker, C. , and Schröder, W. (2005). “ High-speed PIV measurements of the flow downstream of a dynamic mechanical model of the human vocal folds,” Exp. Fluids 39, 232–245.
Tse, J. , Zhang, Z. , and Long, J. L. (2015). “ Effects of vocal fold epithelium removal on vibration in an excised human larynx model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 138, EL60–EL64.
Vahabzadeh-Hagh, A. , Zhang, Z. , and Chhetri, D. (2016). “Three-dimensional posture changes of the vocal fold from paired intrinsic laryngeal muscles,” Laryngoscope (in press).
van den Berg, J. W. , and Tan, T. S. (1959). “ Results of experiments with human larynxes,” Pract. Otorhinolaryngol. 21, 425–450.
Xuan, Y. , and Zhang, Z. (2014). “ Influence of embedded fibers and an epithelium layer on glottal closure pattern in a physical vocal fold model,” J. Speech Lang. Hear. Res. 57, 416–425.
Xue, Q. , Zheng, X. , Mittal, R. , and Bielamowicz, S. (2012). “ Computational modeling of phonatory dynamics in a tubular three-dimensional model of the human larynx,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 132, 1602–1613.
Xue, Q. , Zheng, X. , Mittal, R. , and Bielamowicz, S. (2014). “ Subject-specific computational modeling of human phonation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135, 1445–1456.
Yin, J. , and Zhang, Z. (2013). “ The influence of thyroarytenoid and cricothyroid muscle activation on vocal fold stiffness and eigenfrequencies,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 133, 2972–2983.
Yin, J. , and Zhang, Z. (2014). “ Interaction between the thyroarytenoid and lateral cricoarytenoid muscles in the control of vocal fold adduction and eigenfrequencies,” J. Biomech. Eng. 136(11), 111006.
Zemlin, W. (1997). Speech and Hearing Science: Anatomy and Physiology ( Allyn & Bacon, Needham Heights, MA), Chap. 3.
Zhang, Y. , Czerwonka, L. , Tao, C. , and Jiang, J. (2008). “ A biphasic theory for the viscoelastic behaviors of vocal fold lamina propria in stress relaxation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 123, 1627–1636.
Zhang, Z. (2010). “ Dependence of phonation threshold pressure and frequency on vocal fold geometry and biomechanics,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 127, 2554–2562.
Zhang, Z. (2014). “ The influence of material anisotropy on vibration at onset in a three-dimensional vocal fold model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135(3), 1480–1490.
Zhang, Z. (2016a). “ Cause-effect relationship between vocal fold physiology and voice production in a three-dimensional phonation model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 139, 1493–1507.
Zhang, Z. , Mongeau, L. , and Frankel, S. H. (2002a). “ Experimental verification of the quasi-steady approximation for aerodynamic sound generation by pulsating jets in tubes,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 112(4), 1652–1663.
Zhang, Z. , Mongeau, L. , Frankel, S. H. , Thomson, S. , and Park, J. (2004). “ Sound generation by steady flow through glottis-shaped orifices,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 116(3), 1720–1728.
Zhang, Z. , and Neubauer, J. (2010). “ On the acoustical relevance of supraglottal flow structures to low-frequency voice production,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 128(6), EL378–EL383.
Zhang, Z. , Neubauer, J. , and Berry, D. A. (2006a). “ The influence of subglottal acoustics on laboratory models of phonation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 120(3), 1558–1569.
Zhang, Z. , Neubauer, J. , and Berry, D. A. (2007). “ Physical mechanisms of phonation onset: A linear stability analysis of an aeroelastic continuum model of phonation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 122(4), 2279–2295.
Zhang, K. , Siegmund, T. , and Chan, R. W. (2006b). “ A constitutive model of the human vocal fold cover for fundamental frequency regulation,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 119, 1050–1062.
Zhang, C. , Zhao, W. , Frankel, S. , and Mongeau, L. (2002b). “ Computational aeroacoustics of phonation, Part II: Effects of flow parameters and ventricular folds,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 112, 2147–2154.
Zhao, W. , Zhang, C. , Frankel, S. , and Mongeau, L. (2002). “ Computational aeroacoustics of phonation, Part I: Computational methods and sound generation mechanisms,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 112, 2134–2146.
Zheng, X. , Bielamowicz, S. , Luo, H. , and Mittal, R. (2009). “ A computational study of the effect of false vocal folds on glottal flow and vocal fold vibration during phonation,” Ann. Biomed. Eng. 37, 625–642.
Article metrics loading...
As the primary means of communication, voice plays an important role in daily life. Voice also conveys personal information such as social status, personal traits, and the emotional state of the speaker. Mechanically, voice production involves complex fluid-structure interaction within the glottis and its control by laryngeal
muscle activation. An important goal of voice research is to establish a causal theory linking voice physiology and biomechanics to how speakers use and control voice to communicate meaning and personal information. Establishing such a causal theory has important implications for clinical voice management, voice training, and many speech technology applications. This paper provides a review of voice physiology and biomechanics, the physics of vocal fold vibration and sound production, and laryngeal muscular control of the fundamental frequency of voice, vocal intensity, and voice quality. Current efforts to develop mechanical and computational models of voice production are also critically reviewed. Finally, issues and future challenges in developing a causal theory of voice production and perception are discussed.
Full text loading...
Most read this month