Dysarthric speech database for universal access research. Kim, H.; Hasegawa-Johnson, M. A; Perlman, A.; Gunderson, J.; Huang, T. S; Watkin, K.; and Frame, S. In Interspeech 2008. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, pages 1741-1744, Brisbane, Australia. September 22-26, 2008.
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This paper describes a database of dysarthric speech produced by 19 speakers with cerebral palsy. Speech materials consist of 765 isolated words per speaker: 300 distinct uncommon words and 3 repetitions of digits, computer commands, radio alphabet and common words. Data is recorded through an 8-microphone array and one digital video camera. Our database provides a fundamental resource for automatic speech recognition development for people with neuromotor disability. Research on articulation errors in dysarthria will benefit clinical treatments and contribute to our knowledge of neuromotor mechanisms in speech production. Data files are available via secure ftp upon request.
@inproceedings{kim_dysarthric_2008,
	Address = {Brisbane, Australia. September 22-26, 2008},
	Author = {Kim, Heejin and Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark A and Perlman, Adrienne and Gunderson, Jon and Huang, Thomas S and Watkin, Kenneth and Frame, Simone},
	Booktitle = {Interspeech 2008. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association},
	Date = {2008},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:56:06 +0000},
	File = {Attachment:files/5950/Kim et al. - 2008 - Dysarthric speech database for universal access research.pdf:application/pdf},
	Keywords = {cerebral palsy, clinical, clinical phonetics, corpus, dysarthria, language resources, neurolinguistics, speech corpus},
	Pages = {1741-1744},
	Title = {Dysarthric speech database for universal access research},
	Url = {http://www.isle.illinois.edu/sst/pubs/2008/is2008_kim.pdf},
	Abstract = {This paper describes a database of dysarthric speech produced by 19 speakers with cerebral palsy. Speech materials consist of 765 isolated words per speaker: 300 distinct uncommon words and 3 repetitions of digits, computer commands, radio alphabet and common words. Data is recorded through an 8-microphone array and one digital video camera. Our database provides a fundamental resource for automatic speech recognition development for people with neuromotor disability. Research on articulation errors in dysarthria will benefit clinical treatments and contribute to our knowledge of neuromotor mechanisms in speech production. Data files are available via secure ftp upon request.},
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