HSCR 2019 : proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the History of Speech Communication Research, Vienna, September 13-14, 2019 / Michael Pucher, Jürgen Trouvain, Carina Lozo (eds.).

International Workshop on the History of Speech Communication Research (3rd : 2019 : Vienna, Austria) [Browse]
[Dresden] : TUDpress, 2019.
137 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm


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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Nothing but a lung, a glottis, and a mouth: the long way of speech synthesis / Rüdiger Hoffmann -- From speech and sound research to applications and products / Peter Donhauser -- Corpus of Austrian dialect recordings from the 20th century: a coopration project / Christan Huber, Benjamin Fischer and Bernhard Graf -- On principles of phonetic data archiving: from paelo-phonetics to modern speech data management / Christoph Draxler and Jürgen Trouvain -- The thought collective behind thirty years of progress in speech synthesis / Carina lozo, Jan Luttenberger and Micahel Pucher -- Speaking apparatus now speaking: a project at the Deutsches Museum in Munich / Silke Berdux and Alexander Steinbeisser -- A polyglottal speech synthesis: modifications for a replica of Kempelen's speaking machine / Fabian Brackhane -- Sound sources used in speech production research with physical models of the human vocal tract / Takayuki Arai -- Early indirect techniques for estimating the vocal tract area function / Kathriki S. Nataraj, Hirak Dasgupta and Prem C. Pandy -- Armando de Lacerda and experimental phonetics in the inter-war period: scientific innovation and circulation between Portugal, Germany and Harvard -- Methdological aspects of early experimental phonetics / Rainer Jäckel -- The acoustic analysis of early speeh recordings / Michael Ashby -- From visible speech to voiceprints: the missing link / Angelika Braun.
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