acoustic feature

acoustic feature

n
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics any of the acoustic components or elements present in a speech sound and capable of being experimentally observed, recorded, and reproduced
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For acoustic feature extraction, we use a "brute force" approach basedona baseline feature set without any attempt to select a smaller subset of well-performing features.
Most patients (76, 58%) did not have a posterior acoustic feature, and 22.1% of patients demonstrated posterior acoustic enhancement.
IT HAS BEEN SHOWN that one acoustic feature of belting is the dominance of harmonic energy above the first harmonic (the fundamental), especially in females.
Notwithstanding the above, the question whether softened voice can depend on a single acoustic feature is not critical.
Each of the 238 acoustic data segments consisted of ~50 records, where a record is made up of the 9 acoustic feature parameter values derived from groups of 10 consecutive pings.
Basis Acoustic Feature. We observed that vocal organ lesion speakers often have difficulty in pronouncing a few specific sounds, which result in abnormal prosodic and intonational shape.
Feature Extraction: A relatively large acoustic feature vector comprised of Pitch, Entropy, and zero-crossing, 14 MFCC coefficients with its first and second delta.
In contrast, females in the subfamily Zaprochilinae exhibited preferential phonotaxis towards males with higher carrier frequencies, an acoustic feature that corresponded to smaller male body size (pronotum length) (Gwynne & Bailey 1988).
A five layer autoassociative neural network (AANN) model is used to capture the distribution of the acoustic feature vectors.