Articulatory Synthesis

Articulatory synthesis is the term for computational techniques intended for synthesizing speech depending on models of the particular human vocal tract and also the articulation processes happening there. The shape on the vocal tract can be controlled in a number of ways which typically involves modifying the positioning of the presentation articulators, such as the tongue, jaw, and lips. Speech is created by digitally simulating the particular flow of air throughout the representation of the particular vocal tract.