Pascal Perrier
Pascal Perrier
Professeur, Gipsa-lab, Grenoble INP, Grenoble, France
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A theory of speech motor control and supporting data from speakers with normal hearing and with profound hearing loss
JS Perkell, FH Guenther, H Lane, ML Matthies, P Perrier, J Vick, ...
Journal of Phonetics 28 (3), 233-272, 2000
A biomechanical model of cardinal vowel production: Muscle activations and the impact of gravity on tongue positioning
S Buchaillard, P Perrier, Y Payan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (4), 2033-2051, 2009
Compensation strategies for the perturbation of the rounded vowel [u] using a lip tube: A study of the control space in speech production
C Savariaux, P Perrier, JP Orliaguet
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 98 (5), 2428-2442, 1995
Influences of tongue biomechanics on speech movements during the production of velar stop consonants: A modeling study
P Perrier, Y Payan, M Zandipour, J Perkell
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (3), 1582-1599, 2003
Synthesis of VV sequences with a 2D biomechanical tongue model controlled by the Equilibrium Point Hypothesis
Y Payan, P Perrier
Speech communication 22 (2-3), 185-205, 1997
Vocal tract area function estimation from midsagittal dimensions with CT scans and a vocal tract cast: modeling the transition with two sets of coefficients
P Perrier, LJ Boë, R Sock
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 35 (1), 53-67, 1992
On the relationship between palate shape and articulatory behavior
J Brunner, S Fuchs, P Perrier
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (6), 3936-3949, 2009
Non-linear elastic properties of the lingual and facial tissues assessed by indentation technique: Application to the biomechanics of speech production
JM Gérard, J Ohayon, V Luboz, P Perrier, Y Payan
Medical engineering & physics 27 (10), 884-892, 2005
The equilibrium point hypothesis and its application to speech motor control
P Perrier, DJ Ostry, R Laboissière
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 39 (2), 365-378, 1996
The geometric vocal tract variables controlled for vowel production: proposals for constraining acoustic-to-articulatory inversion
LJ Boë, P Perrier, G Bailly
Journal of Phonetics 20 (1), 27-38, 1992
A 3D dynamical biomechanical tongue model to study speech motor control
JM Gérard, R Wilhelms-Tricarico, P Perrier, Y Payan
arXiv preprint physics/0606148, 2006
Variation in anticipatory coarticulation with changes in clarity and rate
M Matthies, P Perrier, JS Perkell, M Zandipour
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2001
Simulation of dynamic orofacial movements using a constitutive law varying with muscle activation
MA Nazari, P Perrier, M Chabanas, Y Payan
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 13 (4), 469-482, 2010
Limb versus speech motor control: A conceptual review
B Grimme, S Fuchs, P Perrier, G Schöner
Motor control 15 (1), 5-33, 2011
Articulation and acoustics of/i/in preboundary position in French
M Tabain, P Perrier
Journal of Phonetics 33 (1), 77-100, 2005
Control of tongue movements in speech: The equilibrium point hypothesis perspective
P Perrier, H Lœvenbruck, Y Payan
Journal of Phonetics 24, 53-75, 1996
Vocalic nomograms: Acoustic and articulatory considerations upon formant convergences
P Badin, P Perrier, LJ Boë, C Abry
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 87 (3), 1290-1300, 1990
Maximal vowel space.
LJ Boë, P Perrier, B Guérin, JL Schwartz
Eurospeech, 2281-2284, 1989
Compensation strategies for the perturbation of French [u] using a lip tube. II. Perceptual analysis
C Savariaux, P Perrier, JP Orliaguet, JL Schwartz
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (1), 381-393, 1999
Simulations of the consequences of tongue surgery on tongue mobility: implications for speech production in post‐surgery conditions
S Buchaillard, M Brix, P Perrier, Y Payan
The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery …, 2007
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