By João Freitas, António Teixeira, Miguel Sales Dias, Samuel Silva
This booklet offers a vast and entire review of the prevailing technical methods within the zone of silent speech interfaces (SSI), either in concept and in software. every one approach is defined within the context of the human speech construction technique, permitting the reader to obviously comprehend the foundations in the back of SSI usually and throughout assorted tools. also, the publication explores the mixed use of other facts resources, accumulated from numerous sensors, on the way to take on the restrictions of easier SSI methods, addressing present demanding situations of this box. The booklet additionally presents information regarding latest SSI purposes, assets and an easy instructional on how one can construct an SSI.
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The importance of such studies is indisputable to improve our knowledge regarding brain activity during speech, but a long way has yet to be made towards a silent speech BCI supporting natural communication in an everyday context. 2 Muscular Activity and Silent Speech Interfaces During the human speech production process, in the phase before the actual articulation, myoelectric signals are sent to the multitude of muscles involved in speech production. The anatomical location of these muscles and their functions are well known, and sensing technology provides ways of measuring that activity, although not free of challenges, opening routes for its application in SSI.
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