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“…One major difficulty with studying creaky voice, and indeed voice quality in general, is the problem of reconciling the variation in the terminology used in the literature. Many studies use the terms irregular phonation (Slifka, 2006;Surana and Slifka, 2006a;Vishnubhotla and Espy-Wilson, 2006;Böhm et al, 2010) or glottalisation (Dilley et al, 1996;Redi and Shattuck-Hufnagel, 2001). However, both these terms are rather broad and indeed cover other classes of phonation (or laryngeal activity) aside from what we consider as creaky voice.…”
Section: Terminologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…One major difficulty with studying creaky voice, and indeed voice quality in general, is the problem of reconciling the variation in the terminology used in the literature. Many studies use the terms irregular phonation (Slifka, 2006;Surana and Slifka, 2006a;Vishnubhotla and Espy-Wilson, 2006;Böhm et al, 2010) or glottalisation (Dilley et al, 1996;Redi and Shattuck-Hufnagel, 2001). However, both these terms are rather broad and indeed cover other classes of phonation (or laryngeal activity) aside from what we consider as creaky voice.…”
Section: Terminologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some studies describe automatic detection of 'irregular phonation' (see e.g., Böhm et al, 2010;Surana and Slifka, 2006a;Vishnubhotla and Espy-Wilson, 2006), a class within which creak is contained. For instance in Böhm et al (2010) the authors derive six acoustic parameters and use them as input to a support vector machine (SVM) based classification system. Their method involved using acoustic measurements from previous studies (i.e.…”
Section: State-of-the-artmentioning
confidence: 99%