The Whitaker database of dysarthric (cerebral palsy) speech. Deller, J R; Liu, M S; Ferrier, L J; and Robichaud, P The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 93(6):3516-3518.
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The Whitaker database is a collection of 19 275 isolated-word utterances spoken by six persons whose speech spans a broad spectrum of dysarthria due to cerebral palsy. The database additionally contains utterances by a normal speaker which can be used for reference. The vocabulary is divided into two sets-one of 46 words (the 'TI-46' vocabulary consisting of the alphabet, digits, and 10 control words), the other of of 35 words (the 'Grandfather' set consisting of phonetically diverse words). The database is available through the electronic mail network for use in studies of recognition, perception, articulation, and other aspects of speech disorders.
@article{deller_whitaker_1993,
	Author = {Deller, J R and Liu, M S and Ferrier, L J and Robichaud, P},
	Date = {1993},
	Date-Modified = {2017-04-19 08:04:06 +0000},
	Doi = {10.1121/1.405684},
	Issn = {00014966},
	Journal = {The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
	Keywords = {cerebral palsy, clinical, clinical phonetics, corpus, dysarthria, language resources, neurolinguistics, speech corpus},
	Number = {6},
	Pages = {3516-3518},
	Pmid = {8326075},
	Title = {The Whitaker database of dysarthric (cerebral palsy) speech},
	Volume = {93},
	Abstract = {The Whitaker database is a collection of 19 275 isolated-word utterances spoken by six persons whose speech spans a broad spectrum of dysarthria due to cerebral palsy. The database additionally contains utterances by a normal speaker which can be used for reference. The vocabulary is divided into two sets-one of 46 words (the 'TI-46' vocabulary consisting of the alphabet, digits, and 10 control words), the other of of 35 words (the 'Grandfather' set consisting of phonetically diverse words). The database is available through the electronic mail network for use in studies of recognition, perception, articulation, and other aspects of speech disorders.},
	Bdsk-Url-1 = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/1.405684}}
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