- 8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 2003 - INTERSPEECH 2003, Geneva, Switzerland, September 1-4, 2003. ISCA 2003
- Kenneth Ward Church:
Speech and language processing: where have we been and where are we going?
- Birger Kollmeier:
Auditory principles in speech processing - do computers need silicon ears ?
- Béatrice de Gelder:
Perceiving emotions by ear and by eye.
- Steven Greenberg:
Strategies for automatic multi-tier annotation of spoken language corpora.
- Stephan Grashey:
A new approach to voice activity detection based on self-organizing maps.
- Julien Bourgeois:
A clustering approach to on-line audio source separation.
- Olaf Schreiner:
Modulation spectrum for pitch and speech pause detection.
- Jouni Pohjalainen:
A new HMM-based approach to broad phonetic classification of speech.
- David N. Levin:
Blind normalization of speech from different channels.
- Shu-Chuan Tseng:
Features of contracted syllables of spontaneous Mandarin.
- K. Samudravijaya:
Durational characteristics of hindi stop consonants.
- Toshiko Isei-Jaakkola:
Quantity comparison of Japanese and finnish in various word structures.
- Mary Baltazani:
Broad focus across sentence types in greek.
- Aoju Chen:
Reaction time as an indicator of discrete intonational contrasts in English.
- Dafydd Gibbon:
Corpus-based syntax-prosody tree matching.
- Nicole Beringer:
Independent automatic segmentation by self-learning categorial pronunciation rules.
- Yiya Chen:
Accentual lengthening in standard Chinese: evidence from four-syllable constituents.
- Supphanat Kanokphara:
Syllable structure based phonetic units for context-dependent continuous Thai speech recognition.
- Fang Hu:
An acoustic phonetic analysis of diphthongs in ningbo Chinese.
- Hartmut R. Pfitzinger:
The /i/-/a/-/u/-ness of spoken vowels.
- Sven L. Mattys:
Stress-based speech segmentation revisited.
- Fabio Tamburini:
Automatic prosodic prominence detection in speech using acoustic features: an unsupervised system.
- Mirjam Wester:
Syllable classification using articulatory-acoustic features.
- Lucian Galescu:
Recognition of out-of-vocabulary words with sub-lexical language models.
- Martine Adda-Decker:
A corpus-based decompounding algorithm for German lexical modeling in LVCSR.