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- INTERSPEECH 2004 - ICSLP, 8th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Jeju Island, Korea, October 4-8, 2004. ISCA 2004
- Chin-Hui Lee:
From decoding-driven to detection-based paradigms for automatic speech recognition.
- Hyun-Bok Lee:
In search of a universal phonetic alphabet - theory and application of an organic visible speech-.
- Jacqueline Vaissière:
From X-ray or MRU data to sounds through articulatory synthesis: towards an integrated view of the speech communication process.
- Shinji Watanabe:
Acoustic model adaptation based on coarse/fine training of transfer vectors and its application to a speaker adaptation task.
- Matthias Wölfel:
Speaker dependent model order selection of spectral envelopes.
- Mark Huckvale:
ACCDIST: a metric for comparing speakers' accents.
- Gökhan Tür:
Cost-sensitive call classification.
- Hervé Blanchon:
HLT modules scalability within the NESPOLE! project.
- Midam Kim:
Correlation between VOT and F0 in the perception of Korean stops and affricates.
- Melvyn John Hunt:
Speech recognition, sylabification and statistical phonetics.
- Jilei Tian:
Data-driven approaches for automatic detection of syllable boundaries.
- Sorin Dusan:
Effects of phonetic contexts on the duration of phonetic segments in fluent read speech.
- Qiang Fang:
A study on nasal coda los in continuous speech.
- Hua-Li Jian:
An improved pair-wise variability index for comparing the timing characteristics of speech.
- Hua-Li Jian:
An acoustic study of speech rhythm in taiwan English.
- Sung-A. Kim:
Language specific phonetic rules: evidence from domain-initial strengthening.
- Hansang Park:
Spectral characteristics of the release bursts in Korean alveolar stops.
- Sunhee Kim:
Phonology of exceptions for for Korean grapheme-to-phoneme conversion.
- Kimiko Tsukada:
A cross-linguistic acoustic comparison of unreleased word-final stops: Korean and Thai.
- Nobuaki Minematsu:
Pronunciation assessment based upon the compatibility between a learner's pronunciation structure and the target language's lexical structure.
- Kenji Yoshida:
Spread of high tone in akita Japanese.
- Hugo Van hamme:
PROSPECT features and their application to missing data techniques for robust speech recognition.
- Keith Houck:
Contextual revision in information seeking conversation systems.
- Shimei Pan:
A multi-layer conversation management approach for information seeking applications.
- Frédéric Tendeau:
Optimizing an engine network that allows dynamic masking.
- Gina-Anne Levow:
Identifying local corrections in human-computer dialogue.
- Keren B. Shatzman:
Segmenting ambiguous phrases using phoneme duration.
- Kiyoko Yoneyama:
A cross-linguistic study of diphthongs in spoken word processing in Japanese and English.
- Alex Waibel:
Speech translation: past, present and future.
- Hermann Ney:
Statistical machine translation and its challenges.
- Tanel Alumäe:
Large vocabulary continuous speech recognition for estonian using morpheme classes.
- Changxue Ma:
Automatic phonetic base form generation based on maximum context tree.
- Danielle Due:
Temporal variables in parkinsonian speech.
- Olov Engwall:
Speaker adaptation of a three-dimensional tongue model.
- Toshiko Isei-Jaakkola:
Maximum short quantity in Japanese and finish in two perception tests with F0 and db variants.
- Leonardo Badino:
Chinese text word-segmentation considering semantic links among sentences.
- Antoine Raux:
Automated lexical adaptation and speaker clustering based on pronunciation habits for non-native speech recognition.
- Dirk Knoblauch:
Data driven number-of-states selection in HMM topologies.
- Panu Somervuo:
Comparison of ML, MAP, and VB based acoustic models in large vocabulary speech recognition.
- John Scott Bridle:
Towards better understanding of the model implied by the use of dynamic features in HMMs.