Protima Nomo Sudro

Protima Nomo Sudro
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati | IIT Guwahati · Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering (EEE)

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The cleft lip and palate (CLP) speech intelligibility is distorted due to the deformation in their articulatory system. For addressing the same, a few previous works perform phoneme specific modification in CLP speech. In CLP speech, both the articulation error and the nasalization distorts the intelligibility of a word. Consequently, modification...
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The automatic recognition of pathological speech, particularly from children with any articulatory impairment, is a challenging task due to various reasons. The lack of available domain specific data is one such obstacle that hinders its usage for different speech-based applications targeting pathological speakers. In line with the challenge, in th...
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The cleft of the lip and palate (CLP) is a congenital disability affecting the craniofacial region and it impacts the speech production system. The current work focuses on the modification of misarticulations produced for unvoiced stop consonants in CLP speech. Three types of misarticulations are studied: glottal, palatal, and velar stop substituti...
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Cleft lip and palate is a craniofacial condition that affects the intelligibility of speech. The current work describes a modification of three types of misarticulated fricative /s/ in cleft lip and palate speech, which include palatalized /s/, phoneme-specific nasal air emission distorted /s/, and glottal stop substituted /s/. By using the knowled...
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Cleft lip and palate (CLP) refer to a congenital craniofacial condition that causes various speech-related disorders. As a result of structural and functional deformities, the affected subjects' speech intelligibility is significantly degraded, limiting the accessibility and usability of speech-controlled devices. Towards addressing this problem, i...
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The speech of the individuals with cleft palate (CP) is generally characterized by the presence of abnormal nasal resonances during the production of voiced sounds, primarily in vowels, and is called hypernasality. Hypernasality is present in more than 50% of the individuals with CP, and it often results in degraded speech, both in quality and inte...
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Cleft lip and palate (CLP) is a congenital disorder of the orofacial region. Nasal air emission (NAE) in CLP speech occurs due to the presence of velopharyngeal dysfunction (VPD), and it mostly occurs in the production of fricative sounds. The objective of present work is to study the acoustic characteristics of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Kan...
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This study describes a method for performing transient finite element analysis (FEA) of an assistive device using experimental parameters obtained from gait analysis. A subject displaying pathologic gait, owing to lower limb deformity, was chosen for gait study. Using CAD tools, a remedial orthotic device was designed, which is expected to improve...