Speech Communication, Volume 41
Volume 41, Number 1, August 2003
The Nature of Speech Perception
: The nature of speech perception (The psychophysics of speech perception III).
Bradford J. May
: Physiological and psychophysical assessments of the dynamic range of vowel representations in the auditory periphery.
Brian C. J. Moore
: Speech processing for the hearing-impaired: successes, failures, and implications for speech mechanisms.
: Coding of temporal onset envelope in the auditory system.
: Brainstem mechanisms for analyzing temporal patterns of echolocation sounds: a model for understanding early stages of speech processing?
: Offline learning and the role of autogenous speech: new suggestions from birdsong research.
: Modeling aspects of speech processing in bats--behavioral and neurophysiological studies.
: The analysis of speech in different temporal integration windows: cerebral lateralization as 'asymmetric sampling in time'.
Volume 41, Numbers 2-3, October 2003
: Combining MRI, EMA and EPG measurements in a three-dimensional tongue model.
, Padma Ramesh
: The voicing feature for stop consonants: recognition experiments with continuously spoken alphabets.
, Buyurman Baykal
: Matrix quantization and mixed excitation based linear predictive speech coding at very low bit rates.
, Robert Morse
: The intelligibility of consonants in noisy vowel-consonant-vowel sequences when the vowels are selectively enhanced.
Volume 41, Number 4, November 2003
, Philip C. Woodland
: A combined punctuation generation and speech recognition system and its performance enhancement using prosody.