PlanArt: A modular platform for computational modeling of articulatory planning

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We introduce the initial developments of PlanArt, a modular platform for testing different computational modeling approaches for speech articulation planning. The impetus for building this software comes from theoretical debates in the fields of Phonology and Phonetics which have led to vastly different modelling architectures, proposed mechanisms,as well fundamentally different dynamic models of speech articulatory trajectories. One way to address these debates is to test different models using a common platform for model testing in different contexts. In this paper, we present the platform architecture, designed to initially compare two Optimal Control Theory approaches: (1) Šimko & Cummins ’Embodied Task Dynamics based on Articulatory Phonology, and (2) Turk & Shattuck-Hufnagel’s XT/3C approach based on symbolic phonological planning. In addition, we discuss some of the challenges of this type of modelling task.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 20th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences
EditorsRadek Skarnitzl, Jan Volín
Place of PublicationPrague
PublisherGuarant International
Pages2264-2268
ISBN (Electronic)9788090811423
Publication statusPublished - 10 Aug 2023
Event20th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) - Prague Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: 7 Aug 202311 Aug 2023
https://www.icphs2023.org/

Conference

Conference20th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS)
Abbreviated titleICPhS 2023
Country/TerritoryCzech Republic
CityPrague
Period7/08/2311/08/23
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Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • speech articulation
  • articulatory modeling
  • speech production
  • planning
  • phonetics and phonology

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