Super-imposing maxillary and palatal locations for electroarticulometry: A SIMPLE method (2015)
AuthorsChen, W., Chang, Y., Best, C.T., Derrick, D.show all
This study proposes a method of superimposing a physical palatal profile, extracted from a speaker’s maxillary impression, onto real-time mid-sagittal articulatory data. A palatal/dental profile is first obtained by three-dimensional–scanning the maxillary impression of the speaker. Then a high resolution mid-sagittal palatal line, extracted from the profile, is sub-divided into articulatory zones and superimposed, by Iterative Closest Point algorithm, onto reconstructed palatal traces in electromagnetic articulometric (EMA) data. Evaluations were carried out by comparing consonant targets elicited by EMA with the proposed method and by static palatography. The proposed method yields accurate results, as supported by palatography.
CitationChen, W., Chang, Y., Best, C.T., Derrick, D. (2015) Super-imposing maxillary and palatal locations for electroarticulometry: A SIMPLE method. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America - Express Letters, 138(2), pp. EL161-EL166.
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