Voice Quality Evaluation Using CAPE-V and GRBAS in European Portuguese
Jesus, Barney, Couto, Vilarinho and Correira (2009)
In Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Models and
Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2009),
Florence, Italy, pp. 61-64.
In this study, the voice quality of 40 patients with a variety of clinical diagnoses
was assessed, using the Universidade de Aveiro’s Voice Evaluation Protocol.
A number of acoustic parameter were extracted including: median F0, mean F0,
F0 std deviation, Jitter and Shimmer and HNR. Analysis of the correlation between
corresponding parameters of the CAPE-V and GRBAS scales was made. The
perceptual parameters grade (global in CAPE-V), roughness and breathiness
were also compared individually with the objective acoustic parameters.
JesusBarneyCoutoVilarinhoCorreira2009.pdf - Paper (CutePDF (Ghostscript 8.70) file)
JesusBarneyCoutoVilarinhoCorreira2009ppt.pdf - Oral presentation (CutePDF (Ghostscript 8.70) file)
Last updated 15/12/2009
Luís Miguel Teixeira de Jesus
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