speech production

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Noun1.speech production - the utterance of intelligible speechspeech production - the utterance of intelligible speech
utterance, vocalization - the use of uttered sounds for auditory communication
speech - the exchange of spoken words; "they were perfectly comfortable together without speech"
whisper, whispering, susurration, voicelessness - speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords
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This might have been due to the different vowels and the manner of articulation of their initials.
For each consonant, the point and manner of articulation is identified, as well as whether it is voiced or unvoiced.
Most misdecodings will correspond to mismatches in the point of articulation of segments, followed by manner of articulation and finally by differences in voicing.
The following Kiswahili vowel chart will help us understand the type, position and manner of articulation involved in the production of Kiswahili vowels.
I will now show, that as for the analysis of Tibetan words eleven morphological and morpho-phonological categories are available, namely prefixation (1), suffixation (2), infixation (3), vowel variation or ablaut (4), variation in place of articulation (5), variation in manner of articulation (6), assimilation (7), dissimilation (8), metathesis (9), elision (10), contraction (11).
However, when working with foreign language-influenced English, much of the attention has to focus on the minute differences in placement of the articulators and manner of articulation.
The description is laudably clear, and ties in well with the list of symbols at the back, which are defined in the standard terms of their voicing and place and manner of articulation.
A comparable error rate was obtained by using three networks for the recognition of the place and the manner of articulation plus the "tenseness" of a vowel.