Design of Delayed Auditory Feedback for analysing Dysfluent speech samples
Author(s):
Latha M, Arpithashankar S I
Keywords:
delay; auditory; speech disorders; speech perception.
Abstract
The originate characteristic feature of the Delayed auditory feedback is to deliver altered auditory feedback which is described for applications who suffer from dysfluency. The programming of the DAF device is achieved through a personal computer by using matlab software tool. It is a technique by which the original acoustic speech signal is exaggeratedly altered and then fed back via Head phone. Speech performance deteriorates if a delay is introduced among the time when speakers speak a sound and when they hear it (DAF). DAF increases the fluency of the input speech by reducing the rate of speech with providing delay and removing the repeated speech. The delay produces the noticeable effect are between 0-300ms.
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Unique Paper ID: 146846

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2

Page(s): 40 - 47
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Last Date 25 July 2018


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