Volume 26, Numbers 1-2, October 1998
- Philip Rubin, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson:
- Isabella Poggi, Catherine Pelachaud:
- Hani Yehia, Philip Rubin, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson:
Quantitative association of vocal-tract and facial behavior.
- Paul Iverson, Lynne E. Bernstein, Edward T. Auer:
Modeling the interaction of phonemic intelligibility and lexical structure in audiovisual word recognition.
- Robert E. Remez, Jennifer M. Fellowes, David B. Pisoni, Winston D. Goh, Philip Rubin:
Multimodal perceptual organization of speech: Evidence from tone analogs of spoken utterances.
- Mikko Sams, Petri Manninen, Veikko Surakka, Pia Helin, Riitta Kättö:
McGurk effect in Finnish syllables, isolated words, and words in sentences: Effects of word meaning and sentence context.
- Béatrice de Gelder, Jean Vroomen:
Impairment of speech-reading in prosopagnosia.
- Art Blokland, Anne H. Anderson:
Effect of low frame-rate video on intelligibility of speech.
- Eli Yamamoto, Satoshi Nakamura, Kiyohiro Shikano:
Lip movement synthesis from speech based on Hidden Markov Models.
- Christian Benoît, Bertrand Le Goff:
Audio-visual speech synthesis from French text: Eight years of models, designs and evaluation at the ICP.
- Sumit Basu, Nuria Oliver, Alex Pentland:
3D lip shapes from video: A combined physical-statistical model.
- Alexandrina Rogozan, Paul Deléglise:
Adaptive fusion of acoustic and visual sources for automatic speech recognition.
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- Jean Véronis, Philippe Di Cristo, Fabienne Courtois, Cédric Chaumette:
A stochastic model of intonation for text-to-speech synthesis.
- Irina Illina, Mohamed Afify, Yifan Gong:
Environment normalization training and environment adaptation using mixture stochastic trajectory model.
- Miguel Á. Carreira-Perpiñán, Steve Renals:
Dimensionality reduction of electropalatographic data using latent variable models.
- Nagendra Kumar, Andreas G. Andreou:
Heteroscedastic discriminant analysis and reduced rank HMMs for improved speech recognition.
- Hajime Tsukada, Hirofumi Yamamoto, Toshiyuki Takezawa, Yoshinori Sagisaka:
Reliable utterance segment recognition by integrating a grammar with statistical language constraints.