This text discuss tonic frequency , Linear Prediction Coefficient and Mel-Frequency Cepstral Coefficient in detail, which reflect speaker's characteristic of vocal cord vibration that sound channel respond separately.
The experimental results indicated that (1) the canine larynx is similar to the human. larynx in the vibration patterns of same phonatory models, but discrepancy in parameters were observed due to the difference in size and histology, of vocal folds;
The results of application show that this method is effective for eliminating a variety of interferences, locating the characteristic points and representing the vibratory pattern of vocal folds and its changes.
The results indicate that (1) the mechanisms of vocal cords vibration of respiration and inspiration phonation for human and dogs are identical, but their vibration patterns show some differences due to the variety of the size and mechanical properties of vocal cords;
Vocal fold vibration in simulated head voice phonation in excised canine larynges
The fundamental vibration patterns observed during vocal phonation were the same as that involved in chest voice phonation in excised canine larynges, with respect to the traveling wave of the vocal fold vibration.
Vocal fold vibration irregularities caused by different types of laryngeal asymmetry
The videolaryngostroboscopic rating showed significant improvements in vocal fold edge linearity (P>amp;lt;0.01), vocal fold vibration amplitude and mucosal wave excursion (P>amp;lt;0.05).
In laryngeal voicing, stroboscopy is a common method used to visualize vocal fold vibration.