- 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.