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Articulation While the sound generation mechanisms provide the speech carrier, the articulation mechanism provides its modulation using a language-speci c code. This code is both sequential and hierarchical i.e., spoken language utterances consist of a sequence of phrases built of a sequence of words built of a sequence of syllables built of a sequence of speech sounds (called phonemes if discussed in terms of linguistic symbols). However, the articulation process is not organized in a purely sequential way i.e., the shape of the vocal tract waveguide is not switched from one steady-state pose to another for each speech sound. Rather, the articulatory gestures (lip, tongue, velum, throat movements) are strongly overlapping and interwoven (typically spanning an entire syllable), mostly asynchronous, and continuously evolving patterns, resulting in a continuous modulation process rather than in a discrete shift-keying modulation process. This co-articulation phenomenon is the core problem in automatic speech recognition or synthesis where we attempt to map continuously evolving sound patterns on discrete symbol strings (and vice versa).
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This section begins the description of the AMPS signaling protocol. The protocol is based on the original development by Bell Laboratories [1,2] but includes a number of additions and modi cations speci ed by the EIA/TIA (Electronics Industries Alliance/Telecommunications Industry Association) see [6]. The signaling between mobile and base station is a combination of common-channel and channel-associated digital signaling messages, and a singlefrequency signal. The forward and reverse control channels (FOCC and RECC) carry signaling messages only. They are common channels, used for signaling between a base station and all mobiles in the cell that are active, but not involved in a call. The messages on these channels include a mobile identi cation number (MIN) that identi es a particular mobile. A voice channel is allocated to a MS at the start of a call. Its forward and reverse voice channels (FVC and RVC) carry speech and channel-associated signaling messages (which do not include MIN). 12.2.1 Supervision Tone
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