- The 3rd International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP 1994, Yokohama, Japan, September 18-22, 1994. ISCA 1994
- Ilse Lehiste:
Poetic metre, prominence, and the perception of prosody: a case of intersection of art and science of spoken language.
- Shizuo Hiki:
Possibilities of compensating for defects in speech perception and production.
- Willem J. M. Levelt:
On the skill of speaking: how do we access words?
- Toshiyuki Takezawa, Tsuyoshi Morimoto:
An efficient predictive LR parser using pause information for continuously spoken sentence recognition.
- Kyunghee Kim, Geunbae Lee, Jong-Hyeok Lee, Hong Jeong:
Integrating TDNN-based diphone recognition with table-driven morphology parsing for understanding of spoken Korean.
- Frank O. Wallerstein, Akio Amano, Nobuo Hataoka:
Implementation issues and parsing speed evaluation of HMM-LR parser.
- Kenji Kita, Yoneo Yano, Tsuyoshi Morimoto:
One-pass continuous speech recognition directed by generalized LR parsing.
- Bernd Plannerer, Tobias Einsele, Martin Beham, Günther Ruske:
A continuous speech recognition system integrating additional acoustic knowledge sources in a data-driven beam search algorithm.
- Michael K. Brown, Bruce Buntschuh:
A context-free grammar compiler for speech understanding systems.
- Katashi Nagao, Kôiti Hasida, Takashi Miyata:
Probabilistic constraint for integrated speech and language processing.
- William H. Edmondson, Jon P. Iles:
A non-linear architecture for speech and natural language processing.
- Donna Erickson, Kevin A. Lenzo, Masashi Sawada:
Manifestations of contrastive emphasis in jaw movement in dialogue.
- Sook-Hyang Lee, Mary E. Beckman, Michel Jackson:
Jaw targets for strident fricatives.
- David J. Ostry, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson:
Jaw motions in speech are controlled in (at least) three degrees of freedom.
- Mark K. Tiede, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson:
Extracting articulator movement parameters from a videodisc-based cineradiographic database.
- Maureen L. Stone, Andrew J. Lundberg:
Tongue-palate interactions in consonants vs. vowels.
- Philip Hoole, Christine Mooshammer, Hans G. Tillmann:
Kinematic analysis of vowel production in German.
- Sarah Hawkins, Andrew Slater:
Spread of CV and v-to-v coarticulation in british English: implications for the intelligibility of synthetic speech.
- Mariko Kondo:
Mechanisms of vowel devoicing in Japanese.
- Peter W. Jusczyk:
The development of word recognition.
- Dennis Norris, James M. McQueen, Anne Cutler:
Competition and segmentation in spoken word recognition.
- Roland Kuhn, Renato de Mori:
Recent results in automatic learning rules for semantic interpretation.
- Allen L. Gorin:
Semantic associations, acoustic metrics and adaptive language acquisition.
- Wayne H. Ward:
Extracting information in spontaneous speech.
- Megumi Kameyama, Isao Arima:
Coping with aboutness complexity in information extraction from spoken dialogues.
- Otoya Shirotsuka, Ken'ya Murakami:
An example-based approach to semantic information extraction from Japanese spontaneous speech.
- Akito Nagai, Yasushi Ishikawa, Kunio Nakajima:
A semantic interpretation based on detecting concepts for spontaneous speech understanding.
- Akira Shimazu, Kiyoshi Kogure, Mikio Nakano:
Cooperative distributed processing for understanding dialogue utterances.
- Michio Okada, Satoshi Kurihara, Ryohei Nakatsu:
Incremental elaboration in generating and interpreting spontaneous speech.
- Wieland Eckert, Heinrich Niemann:
Semantic analysis in a robust spoken dialog system.
- Hiroshi Kanazawa, Shigenobu Seto, Hideki Hashimoto, Hideaki Shinchi, Yoichi Takebayashi:
A user-initiated dialogue model and its implementation for spontaneous human-computer interaction.
- Andreas Kießling, Ralf Kompe, Anton Batliner, Heinrich Niemann, Elmar Nöth:
Automatic labeling of phrase accents in German.
- Kikuo Maekawa:
Intonational structure of kumamoto Japanese: a perceptual validation.
- John F. Pitrelli, Mary E. Beckman, Julia Hirschberg:
Evaluation of prosodic transcription labeling reliability in the tobi framework.
- Neil P. McAngus Todd, Guy J. Brown:
A computational model of prosody perception.
- Kuniko Kakita:
Inter-speaker interaction in speech rhythm: some durational properties of sentences and intersentence intervals.
- Bertil Lyberg, Barbro Ekholm:
The final lengthening phenomenon in Swedish - a consequence of default sentence accent?
- Dawn M. Behne, Bente Moxness:
Concurrent effects of focal stress, postvocalic voicing and distinctive vowel length on syllable-internal timing in norwegian.
- Kazuyuki Takagi, Shuichi Itahashi:
Prosodic pattern of utterance units in Japanese spoken dialogs.
- Akira Ichikawa, Shinji Sato:
Some prosodical characteristics in spontaneous spoken dialogue.
- Inger Karlsson, Johan Liljencrants:
Wrestling the two-mass model to conform with real glottal wave forms.
- Helmer Strik, Lou Boves:
Automatic estimation of voice source parameters.
- Wen Ding, Hideki Kasuya, Shuichi Adachi:
Simultaneous estimation of vocal tract and voice source parameters with application to speech synthesis.
- Pierre Badin, Christine H. Shadle, Y. Pham Thi Ngoc, John N. Carter, W. S. C. Chiu, Celia Scully, K. Stromberg:
Frication and aspiration noise sources: contribution of experimental data to articulatory synthesis.
- Nobuhiro Miki, Pierre Badin, Y. Pham Thi Ngoc, Yoshihiko Ogawa:
Vocal tract model and 3-dimensional effect of articulation.
- Hisayoshi Suzuki, Jianwu Dang, Takayoshi Nakai, Akira Ishida, Hiroshi Sakakibara:
3-d FEM analysis of sound propagation in the nasal and paranasal cavities.
- Kiyoshi Honda, Hiroyuki Hirai, Jianwu Dang:
A physiological model of speech production and the implication of tongue-larynx interaction.
- Masaaki Honda, Tokihiko Kaburagi:
A dynamical articulatory model using potential task representation.
- Kenneth N. Stevens, Corine A. Bickley, David R. Williams:
Control of a klatt synthesizer by articulatory parameters.
- Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose:
Speech recognition using HMM with decreased intra-group variation in the temporal structure.
- Yukihiro Osaka, Shozo Makino, Toshio Sone:
Spoken word recognition using phoneme duration information estimated from speaking rate of input speech.
- Yumi Wakita, Eiichi Tsuboka:
State duration constraint using syllable duration for speech recognition.
- Satoru Hayamizu, Kazuyo Tanaka:
Statistical modeling and recognition of rhythm in speech.
- Xinhui Hu, Keikichi Hirose:
Recognition of Chinese tones in monosyllabic and disyllabic speech using HMM.
- Jun Wu, Zuoying Wang, Jiasong Sun, Jin Guo:
Chinese speech understanding and spelling-word translation based on the statistics of corpus.
- Ren-Hua Wang, Hui Jiang:
State-codebook based quasi continuous density hidden Markov model with applications to recognition of Chinese syllables.
- Eluned S. Parris, Michael J. Carey:
Estimating linear discriminant parameters for continuous density hidden Markov models.
- Franz Wolfertstetter, Günther Ruske:
Discriminative state-weighting in hidden Markov models.
- Takao Watanabe, Koichi Shinoda, Keizaburo Takagi, Eiko Yamada:
Speech recognition using tree-structured probability density function.
- David B. Roe, Michael D. Riley:
Prediction of word confusabilities for speech recognition.
- Li Zhao, Hideyuki Suzuki, Seiichi Nakagawa:
A comparison study of output probability functions in HMMs through spoken digit recognition.
- Tomio Takara, Naoto Matayoshi, Kazuya Higa:
Connected spoken word recognition using a many-state Markov model.
- Finn Tore Johansen:
Global optimisation of HMM input transformations.
- Don X. Sun, Li Deng:
Nonstationary-state hidden Markov model with state-dependent time warping: application to speech recognition.
- Jean-François Mari, Jean Paul Haton:
Automatic word recognition based on second-order hidden Markov models.
- Xixian Chen, Yinong Li, Xiaoming Ma, Lie Zhang:
On the application of multiple transition branch hidden Markov models to Chinese digit recognition.
- Mark J. F. Gales, Steve J. Young:
Parallel model combination on a noise corrupted resource management task.
- Jean-Baptiste Puel, Régine André-Obrecht:
Robust signal preprocessing for HMM speech recognition in adverse conditions.
- Masaharu Katoh, Masaki Kohda:
A study on viterbi best-first search for isolated word recognition using duration-controlled HMM.
- Satoshi Takahashi, Yasuhiro Minami, Kiyohiro Shikano:
An HMM duration control algorithm with a low computational cost.
- Peter Beyerlein:
Fast log-likelihood computation for mixture densities in a high-dimensional feature space.
- Nick Cremelie, Jean-Pierre Martens:
Time synchronous heuristic search in a stochastic segment based recognizer.
- Maria-Barbara Wesenick, Florian Schiel:
Applying speech verification to a large data base of German to obtain a statistical survey about rules of pronunciation.
- Denis Jouvet, Katarina Bartkova, A. Stouff:
Structure of allophonic models and reliable estimation of the contextual parameters.
- Christoph Windheuser, Frédéric Bimbot, Patrick Haffner:
A probabilistic framework for word recognition using phonetic features.
- Mohamed Afify, Yifan Gong, Jean Paul Haton:
Nonlinear time alignment in stochastic trajectory models for speech recognition.
- David M. Lubensky, Ayman Asadi, Jayant M. Naik:
Connected digit recognition using connectionist probability estimators and mixture-Gaussian densities.
- Kazuya Takeda, Tetsunori Murakami, Shingo Kuroiwa, Seiichi Yamamoto:
A trellis-based implementation of minimum error rate training.
- Me Yi:
Concatenated training of subword HMMs using detected labels.
- Chih-Heng Lin, Pao-Chung Chang, Chien-Hsing Wu:
An initial study on speaker adaptation for Mandarin syllable recognition with minimum error discriminative training.
- Yuko Kondo:
Phonetic underspecification in schwa.
- Shin'ichi Tanaka, Haruo Kubozono:
Some remarks on the compound accent rule in Japanese.
- Rodmonga K. Potapova:
Modifications of acoustic features in Russian connected speech.
- Sun-Ah Jun, Mira Oh:
A prosodic analysis of three sentence types with "WH" words in Korean.
- Kazue Hata, Heather Moran, Steve Pearson:
Distinguishing the voiceless fricatives f and TH in English: a study of relevant acoustic properties.
- Kenzo Itoh:
Correlation analysis between speech power and pitch frequency for twenty spoken languages.
- Jongho Jun:
On gestural reduction and gestural overlap in Korean and English /PK/ clusters.
- Carlos Gussenhoven, Toni C. M. Rietveld:
Intonation contours and the prominence of F0 peaks.
- Agnès Belotel-Grenié, Michel Grenié:
Phonation types analysis in standard Chinese.
- Mitsuru Nakai, Hiroshi Shimodaira:
Accent phrase segmentation by finding n-best sequences of pitch pattern templates.
- Bruce L. Derwing, Terrance M. Nearey:
Sound similarity judgments and segment prominence: a cross-linguistic study.
- Hiroya Fujisaki, Sumio Ohno, Kei-ichi Nakamura, Miguelina Guirao, Jorge A. Gurlekian:
Analysis of accent and intonation in Spanish based on a quantitative model.
- Edda Farnetani, Maria Grazia Busà:
Italian clusters in continuous speech.
- Cynthia Grover, Jacques M. B. Terken:
Rhythmic constraints in durational control.
- Kazutaka Kurisu:
Further evidence for bi-moraic foot in Japanese.
- Yuji Sagawa, Masahiro Ito, Noboru Ohnishi, Noboru Sugie:
A model for generating self-repairs.
- Christopher Cleirigh, Julie Vonwiller:
Accent identification with a view to assisting recognition (work in progress).
- K. Nagamma Reddy:
Phonetic, phonological, morpho-syntactic and semantic functons of segmental duration in spoken telugu: acoustic evidence.
- Zita McRobbie-Utasi:
Timing strategies within the paragraph.
- Sotaro Sekimoto:
The effect of the following vowel on the frequency normalization in the perception of voiceless stop consonants.
- Toshiko Muranaka, Noriyo Hara:
Features of prominent particles in Japanese discourse, frequency, functions and acoustic features.
- Shuping Ran, J. Bruce Millar, Iain MacLeod:
Vowel quality assessment based on analysis of distinctive features.
- Cristina Delogu, Stella Conte, Ciro Sementina:
Differences in the fluctuation of attention during the listening of natural and synthetic passages.
- Barbara Heuft, Thomas Portele:
Production and perception of words with identical segmental structure but different number of syllables.
- Caroline B. Huang, Mark A. Son-Bell, David M. Baggett:
Generation of pronunciations from orthographies using transformation-based error-driven learning.
- Hidenori Usuki, Jouji Suzuki, Tetsuya Shimamura:
Characteristics of mispronunciation and hesitation in Japanese tongue twister.
- Jean-Claude Junqua:
A duration study of speech vowels produced in noise.
- Bert Van Coile, Luc Van Tichelen, Annemie Vorstermans, J. W. Jang, M. Staessen:
PROTRAN: a prosody transplantation tool for text-to-speech applications.
- Klaus J. Kohler:
Complementary phonology a theoretical frame for labelling an acoustic data base of dialogues.
- Sun-Ah Jun, Mary E. Beckman:
Distribution of devoiced high vowels in Korean.
- Yeo Bom Yoon:
CV as a phonological unit in Korean.
- Manjari Ohala:
Experiments on the syllable in hindi.
- John J. Ohala:
Towards a universal, phonetically-based, theory of vowel harmony.
- John Ingram, Tom Mylne:
Perceptual parsing of nasal vowels.
- Oded Ghitza, M. Mohan Sondhi:
On the perceptual distance between speech segments.
- Masato Akagi, Astrid van Wieringen, Louis C. W. Pols:
Perception of central vowel with pre- and post-anchors.
- Mario Rossi, Evelyne Peter-Defare, Regine Vial:
Phonological mechanisms of French speech errors.
- Mukhlis Abu-Bakar, Nick Chater:
Phonetic prototypes: modelling the effects of speaking rate on the internal structure of a voiceless category using recurrent neural networks.
- William J. Hardcastle:
EPG and acoustic study of some connected speech processes.
- Osamu Fujimura:
Syllable timing computation in the c/d model.
- Tatiana Slama-Cazacu:
Contribution of psycholinguistic perspective for speech technologies.
- Yutaka Tsurumi, Seiichi Nakagawa:
An unsupervised speaker adaptation method for continuous parameter HMM by maximum a posteriori probability estimation.
- Koichi Shinoda, Takao Watanabe:
Unsupervised speaker adaptation for speech recognition using demi-syllable HMM.
- Wu Chou, C.-E. Lee, Biing-Hwang Juang:
Minimum error rate training of inter-word context dependent acoustic model units in speech recognition.
- Jia-Lin Shen, Hsin-Min Wang, Ren-Yuan Lyu, Lin-Shan Lee:
Incremental speaker adaptation using phonetically balanced training sentences for Mandarin syllable recognition based on segmental probability models.
- Lorenzo Fissore, Giorgio Micca, Franco Ravera:
Incremental training of a speech recognizer for voice dialling-by-name.
- C. J. Leggetter, Philip C. Woodland:
Speaker adaptation of continuous density HMMs using multivariate linear regression.
- Kazumi Ohkura, Hiroki Ohnishi, Masayuki Iida:
Speaker adaptation based on transfer vectors of multiple reference speakers.
- Nikko Strom:
Experiments with a new algorithm for fast speaker adaptation.
- Tung-Hui Chiang, Yi-Chung Lin, Keh-Yih Su:
A study of applying adaptive learning to a multi-module system.
- Jun'ichi Nakahashi, Eiichi Tsuboka:
Speaker adaptation based on fuzzy vector quantization.
- Myung-Kwang Kong,