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- Third European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 1993, Berlin, Germany, September 22-25, 1993. ISCA 1993
- Janet M. Baker:
Dictation, directories, and data bases; emerging PC applications forlarge vocabulary speech recognition.
- Jeremy Peckham:
A new generation of spoken dialogue systems: results and lessons from the sundial project.
- Roger K. Moore:
Whither a theory of speech pattern processing?
- Peter Noll:
Speech coding for communications.
- Hermann Ney:
Modeling and search in continuous speech recognition.
- Maxine Eskenazi:
Trends in speaking styles research.
- John S. Bridle:
Models of speech recognition; personal perspectives on particular approaches.
- Kai-Fu Lee:
The conversational computer: an apple perspective.
- Ute Jekosch:
Speech quality assessment and evaluation.
- Jan P. H. van Santen:
Timing in text-to-speech systems.
- Nigel Sedgwick:
Emulation of a formant vocoder at 600 and 800 bps.
- C. F. Chan:
High-quality synthesis of LPC speech using multiband excitation model.
- Yair Shoham:
High-quality speech coding at 2.4 kbps based on time-frequency interpolation.
- Morten Olesen:
Derivation of the transfer function for a speech production model including the nasal cavity.
- Luís C. Oliveira:
Estimation of source parameters by frequency analysis.
- Jean Schoentgen:
Modelling the glottal pulse with a self-excited threshold auto-regressive model.
- Andrzej Drygajlo:
Multiresolution time-sequency speech processing based on orthogonal wavelet packet pulse forms.
- Ute Jekosch:
Cluster-similarity: a useful database for speech processing.
- Sven W. Danielsen:
Enhanced direct assessment of speech input systems within the SAM-a esprit project.
- Yunxin Zhao:
Self-learning speaker adaptation based on spectral variation source decomposition.
- Arno J. Klaassen:
Grouping of acoustical events using cable neurons and the theory of neuronal group selection.
- Krzysztof Marasek:
Speech transients analysis using AR-smoothed wigner-ville distribution.
- Bernard Teston:
A new air flowmeter design for the investigation of speech production.
- Ahmed M. Elgendy:
Restricted distribution of pharyngeal segments: acoustical or mechanical constraints?
- N. R. Ganguli:
Spectral characteristics of fricative sound.
- Danielle Duez:
Second formant locus-nucleus patterns in French and Swedish.
- Christine Meunier:
Temporal organisation of segments and sub-segments in consonant clusters.
- Philip Christov:
Normalized vowel system representation for comparative phonetic studies.
- Cécile Thilly:
Influence of prevocalic consonant on vowel duration in French CV[p] utterances.
- Peter E. Czigler:
Temporal variation in consonant clusters in Swedish.
- Wiktor Jassem:
Discriminant analysis of continuous consonantal spectra.
- Marco Saerens:
Hidden Markov models assuming a continuous-time dynamic emission of acoustic vectors.
- Andrej Ljolje:
Speaker clustering for improved speech recognition.
- Piero Cosi:
SLAM: segmentation and labelling automatic module.
- Barbara Eisen:
Reliability of speech segmentation and labelling at different levels of transcription.
- Dick R. van Bergem:
On the perception of acoustic and lexical vowel reduction.
- A. K. Datta:
Do ear perceive vowel through formants?
- Hisao Kuwabara:
Temporal effect on the perception of continuous speech and a possible mechanism in the human auditory system.
- Michael J. Pont:
Simulation of short-latency auditory evoked potentials: a pilot study.
- Jianfen Cao:
Time - varing manner on formant trajectories of Chinese diphthongs.
- Louis ten Bosch:
On the automatic classification of pitch movements.
- Paul Taylor:
Automatic recognition of intonation from F0 contours using the rise/fall/connection model.
- Edouard Geoffrois:
A pitch contour analysis guided by prosodic event detection.
- Karim Belhoula:
Rule-based grapheme-to-phoneme conversion of names.
- Maggie Gaved:
Pronunciation and text normalisation in applied text-to-speech systems.
- Georg Fries:
Phoneme-dependent speech synthesis in the time and frequency domains.
- Volker Kraft:
Auditory detection of discontinuities in synthesis-by-concatenation.
- Briony Williams:
Letter-to-sound rules for the welsh language.
- Catriona MacDermid:
Features of naive callers' dialogues with a simulated speech understanding and dialogue system.
- Sheryl R. Young:
Dialog structure and plan recognition in spontaneous spoken dialog.
- Helmut Lucke:
Inference of stochastic context-free grammar rules from example data using the theory of Bayesian belief propagation.
- Petra Witschel:
Constructing linguistic oriented language models for large vocabulary speech recognition.
- Richard C. Rose:
Definition of subword acoustic units for wordspotting.
- F. Dohnal:
Generalized frequency domain adaptive filter for acoustic echo canceller.