Modeling multi-modal factors in speech production with the context-sequence model


This article describes modeling speech production with multi-modal factors integrated into the Context Sequence Model (Wade et al. 2010). It is posited that articulatory information can be successfully incorporated and stored in parallel to the acoustic information in a speech production model. Results demonstrate that a memory sensitive to rich context and enlarged by the additional inputs facilitates exemplar weighing and selection during speech production.

Year: 2013
In session: Spracherwerb, Sprachproduktion und –perzeption
Pages: 86 to 92