Volume 51, Number 1, January 2009
, Richard M. Stern
: Spatial separation of speech signals using amplitude estimation based on interaural comparisons of zero-crossings.
: Dynamic properties of an acoustic tube: Prediction of vowel systems.
Volume 51, Number 2, February 2009
Volume 51, Number 3, March 2009
Monja A. Knoll
, Lisa Scharrer
, Alan Costall
: Are actresses better simulators than female students? The effects of simulation on prosodic modifications of infant- and foreigner-directed speech.
Volume 51, Number 4, April 2009
: Speaker-independent phoneme alignment using transition-dependent states.
Volume 51, Number 5, May 2009
, Münevver Köküer
: Incorporating the voicing information into HMM-based automatic speech recognition in noisy environments.
Volume 51, Number 6, June 2009
, Robert H. Baran
, Hanseok Ko
: Extension of two-channel transfer function based generalized sidelobe canceller for dealing with both background and point-source noise.
: Signal adaptive spectral envelope estimation for robust speech recognition.
Volume 51, Number 7, July 2009
: Research infrastructures for Human Language Technologies: A vision from France.
: A Danish phonetically annotated spontaneous speech corpus (DanPASS).
Volume 51, Number 8, August 2009
, DeLiang Wang
: Sequential organization of speech in computational auditory scene analysis.
, Gregory K. Iverson
: Vowel development in English and Korean: Similarities and differences in linguistic and non-linguistic factors.
Volume 51, Number 9, September 2009
, Fuhuei Lin
: A speech feature extraction method using complexity measure for voice activity detection in WGN.
Volume 51, Number 10, October 2009
: An overview of spoken language technology for education.
: Is text-to-speech synthesis ready for use in computer-assisted language learning?
, Joseph Tepperman
, Markus Iseli
, Thao Duong
, Matthew Black
, Shizhen Wang
, Christy Kim Boscardin
, Margaret Heritage
, P. David Pearson
, Shrikanth Narayanan
, Abeer Alwan
: Assessment of emerging reading skills in young native speakers and language learners.
Volume 51, Number 11, November 2009
Volume 51, Number 12, December 2009
, Frank K. Soong
: A Multi-Space Distribution (MSD) and two-stream tone modeling approach to Mandarin speech recognition.
, Martin Cooke
: The contribution of changes in F0 and spectral tilt to increased intelligibility of speech produced in noise.