Volume 2, Number 1, Part 2, January 1994
Wolfgang G. Knecht
: Nonlinear noise filtering and beamforming using the perceptron and its Volterra approximation.
: Speech recognition using speaker adaptation by system parameter transformation.
, Li Deng
: Waveform-based speech recognition using hidden filter models: parameter selection and sensitivity to power normalization.
: Auditory models and human performance in tasks related to speech coding and speech recognition.
: Maximum mutual information neural networks for hybrid connectionist-HMM speech recognition systems.
Volume 2, Number 2, April 1994
: Elimination of the musical noise phenomenon with the Ephraim and Malah noise suppressor.
: Corrections and supplementary note to "Information-theoretic distortion measures".
Volume 2, Number 3, July 1994
: An acoustic-phonetic-based speaker adaptation technique for improving speaker-independent continuous speech recognition.
, Sadaoki Furui
: Comparison of text-independent speaker recognition methods using VQ-distortion and discrete/continuous HMM's.
Subrata Kumar Das
: Some experiments with a supervised classification procedure.
Volume 2, Number 4, October 1994
W. Bastiaan Kleijn
: On the periodicity of speech coded with linear-prediction based analysis by synthesis coders.
Jont B. Allen
: How do humans process and recognize speech?
John H. L. Hansen
: Morphological constrained feature enhancement with adaptive cepstral compensation (MCE-ACC) for speech recognition in noise and Lombard effect.
Douglas A. Reynolds
: Experimental evaluation of features for robust speaker identification.