Vocal Tract Imaging: MR and CT Images

Authors: Brad Story
Updated: Fri 24 December 2021
Source: https://sal.arizona.edu/node/22
Type: pdf
Languages: English
Keywords: vocal-tractvowelimagesEnglish
Open Access: yes
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Documentation: https://sal.arizona.edu/sites/sal.lab.arizona.edu/files/2021-02/MRI_CT_STH.pdf
Publications: Story, B. H., 1995. Physiologically-based speech simulation using an enhanced wave-reflection model of the vocal tract. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Iowa. ; Story, B.H., Titze, I.R., Hoffman, E.A., (1996). Vocal tract area functions from magnetic resonance imaging, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 100(1), 537-554. doi: 10.1121/1.415960. ; Story, B.H., Titze, I.R., and Hoffman, E.A., (1998). Vocal tract area functions for an adult female speaker based on volumetric imaging, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 104(1), 471-487.
Citation: Story, B., Bunton, K., Hoit, J. (1997). Vocal Tract Imagining: MR and CT Images. The University of Arizona: Speech Acoustics and Physiology Lab. https://sal.arizona.edu/node/22

Three-dimensional reconstructions of vocal tract shapes based on image sets collected with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and x-ray computed tomography (CT). The images were acquired from one adult male and one adult female.