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Evaluation of a silent speech interface based on magnetic sensing

Rybchenko, Sergey; Hofe, Robin; Fagan, Michael; Ell, Stephen R.; Gilbert, James; Fagan, Michael J.; Gilbert, James M.; Green, Phil D.; Moore, Roger K.; Rybchenko, Sergey I.


Robin Hofe

Stephen R. Ell

Phil D. Green

Roger K. Moore


This paper reports on isolated word recognition experiments using a novel silent speech interface. The interface consist of magnetic pellets that are fixed to relevant speech articulators, and a set of magnetic field sensors that measure changes in the overall magnetic field created by these pellets during speech. The reported experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of this technique and show the suitability of the system, even at its early stages of development, for small vocabulary speech recognition.

Start Date Sep 26, 2010
Publication Date Dec 31, 2010
Journal Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, INTERSPEECH 2010
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Pages 246 - 249
APA6 Citation Hofe, R., Ell, S. R., Fagan, M. J., Gilbert, J. M., Green, P. D., Moore, R. K., & Rybchenko, S. I. (2010). Evaluation of a silent speech interface based on magnetic sensing
Keywords Silent speech interfaces; Clinical speech technology; Articulography; Multimodal speech recognition
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