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  • Modeling speech imitation and ecological learning of auditory-motor maps. 

    Canevari, C; Badino, L; D'Ausilio, A; Fadiga, L; Metta, G (Switzerland, 2013)
    Classical models of speech consider an antero-posterior distinction between perceptive and productive functions. However, the selective alteration of neural activity in speech motor centers, via transcranial magnetic ...
  • The Use of Phonetic Motor Invariants Can Improve Automatic Phoneme Discrimination 

    Castellini, C; Badino, L; Metta, G; Sandini, G; Tavella, M; Grimaldi, M; Fadiga, L
    We investigate the use of phonetic motor invariants (MIs), that is, recurring kinematic patterns of the human phonetic articulators, to improve automatic phoneme discrimination. Using a multi-subject database of synchronized ...

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