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Methods for Two Dimensional Functional Data

Lyndia Brumback, Graduate Student, Departments of Statistics &
Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Friday, May 12, 2000, 1:200-1:00 pm

3285 Medical Science Center
1300 University Avenue

ABSTRACT

I will present some data and analysis methods for better understanding speech kinematics. The data are from the UW X-ray microbeam speech production database and represent locations of speakers' articulators such as the tongue, jaw and lips during speech tasks. They are multivariate and functional and include several levels of variability. Self modeling regression and functional principal components are potential analysis methods. I will demonstrate these methods on some other, simpler kinematic data and propose some extensions for analyzing the speech kinematic data.
This is joint work with Mary Lindstrom and John Westbury.


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