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according acoustic activity amplitude analysis articulation auditory called cartilage cavity changes closed combination communication complete consonants corresponding curve depends determined distinctive duration effect elements English example experiments fact Fant filter formant frequency function fundamental frequency give given glottis hearing identification important increase initiation intelligibility intensity intonation language larynx lateral less limited linguistic lower means measurements mechanism method movements muscles nasal nature noise normal observed obtained occur palate pattern perception period phonetic pitch position possible present pressure produced question range recording reference relation relative represented resonance segments sequences single speaker spectrum speech sounds statistical stop stress structure syllable theory threshold tion tone tongue types units values variations various vibrations vocal folds vocal tract voice vowel wave