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- Fourth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 1995, Madrid, Spain, September 18-21, 1995. ISCA 1995
- Kenneth N. Stevens:
Applying phonetic knowledge to lexical access.
- William A. Ainsworth:
Auditory mechanisms for speech perception.
- Hervé Bourlard:
Towards increasing speech recognition error rates.
- Sadaoki Furui:
Flexible speech recognition.
- Kazuhiro Kondo:
Connected Japanese digit recognition with pitch accent-dependent models.
- E. Rohwer:
An advanced multi-DSP platform for speech technology integration in computer telephony applications.
- Stephan Euler:
Integrated optimization of feature transformation for speech recognition.
- Lorenzo Piazzo:
A new very low bit rate speech coder: the step decomposition vocoder.
- William C. G. Ortel:
Observed long-term changes in customer calling patterns in a telephone application using automatic speech recognition.
- Angela Fuster Duran:
Mcgurk effect in Spanish and German listeners: influences of visual cues in the perception of Spanish and German conflicting audio-visual stimuli.
- Jonas Beskow:
Rule-based visual speech synthesis.
- Harouna Kabré:
Audiovisual speech recognition using the fuzzy shape filters model.
- Jesper Ø. Olsen:
Separation of speakers in audio data.
- Yifan Gong:
Evaluation of Bayes decision approach to automatic determination of thresholds for speaker verification.
- Daniele Falavigna:
Comparison of different HMM based methods for speaker verification.
- Léonard Janer:
Modulated Gaussian wavelet transform based speech analyser (MGWTSA) pitch detection algorithm (PDA).
- Hartmut R. Pfitzinger:
Dynamic vowel quality: a new determination formalism based on perceptual experiments.
- Zeév Rivlin:
A confidence measure for acoustic likelihood scores.
- Andrew P. Breen:
A simple method of predicting the duration of syllables.
- Marcel Riedi:
A neural-network-based model of segmental duration for speech synthesis.
- Frédéric Beaugendre:
Generating French intonation at different speaking rates.
- Don X. Sun:
Robust estimation of spectral center-of-gravity trajectories using mixture spline models.
- The Onomastica interlanguage pronunciation lexicon.
- Dominic S. F. Chan, Adrian Fourcin, Dafydd Gibbon, Björn Granström, Mark Huckvale, George Kokkinakis, Knut Kvale, Lori Lamel, Børge Lindberg, Asunción Moreno, Jiannis Mouropoulos, Francesco Senia, Isabel Trancoso, Corin 't Veld, Jerome Zeiliger:
EUROM - a spoken language resource for the EU - the SAM projects.
- Hsiao-Chuan Wang:
Design and implementation of Mandarin speech database in taiwan.
- Frank Seide:
Fast likelihood computation for continuous-mixture densities using a tree-based nearest neighbor search.
- Jan Nouza:
On the speech feature selection problem: are dynamic features more important than the static ones?
- Melvyn J. Hunt:
The even transform: a variance-equalizing orthogonal transformation and its application to speech recognition.
- Kai Hübener:
Using segmental coefficients in HMM speech recognition.
- Linda Djezzar:
Some new considerations about the spectral form of French stop bursts.
- Christian-Michael Westendorf:
NONLINEAR FEATURE TRANSFORMATION BASED ON STATISTICAL PHONEME MODELING.
- Mariusz Owsianny:
The effect of voice pitch on perception of synthetic Polish vowels.
- David House:
Perception of prepausal tonal contours: implications for automatic stylization of intonation.
- Tomio Takara:
Experimental study on perception of the glottal explosive of the Japanese ryukyu dialect.
- S. Wauquier-Gravelines:
Interferences between phonemes: evidence for "perceptual domains" in continuous speech perception.
- William A. Ainsworth:
Effect of preceding noise duration on the perception of voiced plosives and vowels.
- Wilma van Donselaar:
Listeners' use of the 'information-accentuation' interdependence in processing implicit and explicit references.
- Andrew J. Hunt:
Syntactic influence on prosodic phrasing in the framework of the link grammar.
- Nick Campbell:
Prosodic influence on segmental quality.
- Bojan Petek:
Towards voice-interactive telephone services in slovenia: on prosody of digits using the sociolinguistic framework.
- Nancy A. Daly-Kelly:
Linguistic and acoustic characteristics of pause intervals in spontaneous speech.
- Paul Taylor:
Using neural networks to locate pitch accents.
- Helmer Strik:
The relation between physiological signals and F0: a quantitative analysis method.
- Masanobu Abe:
Analysis of prosodic characteristics in speech advisories and their application to speech output.