Index for 2pSC
ASA 132nd meeting - Hawaii, December 1996
2pSC1. The phonatory pressure-flow-adduction space.
2pSC2. Measurements of subglottal resonances and their influence on vowel spectra.
2pSC3. The normal modes of vocal fold tissues.
2pSC4. Modeling of glottal flow between oscillating walls with a computer fluid dynamics method.
2pSC5. Variation in vocal fold vibration associated with intonation pattern.
2pSC6. Optimal glottal width and convergence angle for ease of phonation.
2pSC7. Numerical simulation of the flow through in vitro models of the vocal folds.
2pSC8. Glottal characteristics of male speakers: Acoustic correlates and comparison with female data.
2pSC9. Formulation of methods for real-time simulation of biomechanical vocal tract.
2pSC10. Finite-element method analysis of a three-dimensional vocal tract model with branches.
2pSC11. Applying morphological constraints to estimate three-dimensional vocal-tract shapes from partial profile and acoustic information.
2pSC12. A shape-based approach to vocal tract area function estimation.
2pSC13. Accurate measurement of three-dimensional shapes of a vocal tract and a dental crown using magnetic resonance imaging: Japanese fricative consonants.
2pSC14. Approximate vocal tract shape invariance without vocal tract shape targets.
2pSC15. Acoustic measurement of vocal tract area function: An experimental study.
2pSC16. Timing of articulatory and acoustic targets---Evidence from electropalatography.
2pSC17. Tongue articulators as muscle synergies.
2pSC18. Landmark selection for cross-mapping muscle anatomy and volumetric images of the human tongue.
2pSC19. Acoustic and aerodynamic studies of Korean vowel devoicing.
2pSC20. Motor control information recovering using a target-based model of articulatory trajectory generation.
2pSC21. Investigating the ``trough:'' Vowel dynamics and aerodynamics.
2pSC22. The relationship between lip shapes and acoustical characteristics during speech.
2pSC23. Speech compensations to palatal modifications.
2pSC24. Articulatory effects of vowel context on fricatives: A magnetic resonance image study.
2pSC25. An MRI and EPG examination of /r/ and /l/.
2pSC26. Measurement of palatolingual contact stresses and patterns during consonant production using a force-sensor-mounted palatal plate.
2pSC27. Control of the oral release in bilabial stop consonant production.
2pSC28. Palato-lingual contact patterns during voiced and unvoiced consonant production.
2pSC29. Computer modeling of the production of ejectives using aerodynamic and acoustic data.
2pSC30. Phasic and tonic stretch reflexes in human jaw opener muscles.
2pSC31. Development of an articulatory measuring system by using magnetometer and optical sensors.
2pSC32. Perceptual effects of speaking with pellets on the articulators: An x-ray microbeam study.
2pSC33. Towards a three-dimensional articulographic system.
2pSC34. Micropower radar measurements of human vocal articulator motions.
2pSC35. Uses of micropower radars for speech coding and applications.
2pSC36. Traditional temporal measures are unstable and thus are inappropriate parameters to compare speech kinematics of control and stuttering populations.
2pSC37. Lip and tongue force control in patients with Parkinson's disease.
2pSC38. Treatment for the aging voice: Acoustic, aerodynamic, and electromyographic changes.
2pSC39. Voice changes associated with sinus disease: Pre- and post-operative data.
2pSC40. Transformation from normal to twang and sob vocal qualities.
2pSC41. Patterns of generalization in speech sensorimotor adaptation.
2pSC42. Effects of higher-order modes on sound radiation characteristics at the mouth opening.
2pSC43. A transmission-line model of the lateral approximants.
2pSC44. A maximum likelihood approach to estimating speech articulator positions from speech acoustics.
2pSC45. Examination of the open-end correction coefficient for side branches within an acoustic tube.