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Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH)

Research at the Division of Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH) is truly multi-disciplinary including linguistics, phonetics, auditory perception, vision and experimental psychology. Rooted in an engineering modelling approach, our research forms a solid base for developing multimodal human-computer interaction systems in which speech, music, sound and gestures combine to create human-like communication.

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Latest Publications

[1]
Ekström, A. G. (2024). A Theory That Never Was: Wrong Way to the “Dawn of Speech”. Biolinguistics, 18.
[2]
Kaila, A.-K., Sturm, B. (2024). Agonistic Dialogue on the Value and Impact of AI Music Applications. In Proceedings of the 2024 International Conference on AI and Musical Creativity. Oxford, UK.
[3]
Iob, N. A., He, L., Ternström, S., Cai, H. & Brockmann-Bauser, M. (2024). Effects of Speech Characteristics on Electroglottographic and Instrumental Acoustic Voice Analysis Metrics in Women With Structural Dysphonia Before and After Treatment. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 1-22.
[4]
Ternström, S. (2024). Pragmatic De-Noising of Electroglottographic Signals. Bioengineering, 11(5).
[5]
Cai, H., Ternström, S., Chaffanjon, P. & Henrich Bernardoni, N. (2024). Effects on Voice Quality of Thyroidectomy : A Qualitative and Quantitative Study Using Voice Maps. Journal of Voice.
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