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Speech is generated by articulators acting on

a phonatory source. Identification of this

phonatory source and articulatory geometry are

individually challenging and ill-posed

problems, called speech separation and

articulatory inversion, respectively.

There exists a trade-off

Speech is generated by articulators acting on

a phonatory source. Identification of this

phonatory source and articulatory geometry are

individually challenging and ill-posed

problems, called speech separation and

articulatory inversion, respectively.

There exists a trade-off

between decomposition and recovered

articulatory geometry due to multiple

possible mappings between an

articulatory configuration

and the speech produced. However, if measurements

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