Volume 52, Number 1, January 2010
Volume 52, Number 2, February 2010
- Tingyao Wu, Jacques Duchateau, Jean-Pierre Martens, Dirk Van Compernolle:
Feature subset selection for improved native accent identification.
- Elizabeth K. Hanson, David R. Beukelman, Jana Kahl Heidemann, Erin Shutts-Johnson:
The impact of alphabet supplementation and word prediction on sentence intelligiblity of electronically distorted speech.
- Yen-Liang Shue, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Markus Iseli, Sun-Ah Jun, Nanette Veilleux, Abeer Alwan:
On the acoustic correlates of high and low nuclear pitch accents in American English.
- Jesús Vicente-Peña, Fernando Díaz-de-María, W. Bastiaan Kleijn:
The synergy between bounded-distance HMM and spectral subtraction for robust speech recognition.
- John H. L. Hansen, Xianxian Zhang:
Analysis of CFA-BF: Novel combined fixed/adaptive beamforming for robust speech recognition in real car environments.
- Andrew Beng Jin Teoh, Lee-Ying Chong:
Secure speech template protection in speaker verification system.
- Michael Pucher, Dietmar Schabus, Junichi Yamagishi, Friedrich Neubarth, Volker Strom:
Modeling and interpolation of Austrian German and Viennese dialect in HMM-based speech synthesis.
Volume 52, Number 3, March 2010
- Sharon Goldwater, Daniel Jurafsky, Christopher D. Manning:
Which words are hard to recognize? Prosodic, lexical, and disfluency factors that increase speech recognition error rates.
- Francisco Torreira, Martine Adda-Decker, Mirjam Ernestus:
The Nijmegen Corpus of Casual French.
- Fabio Valente:
Multi-stream speech recognition based on Dempster-Shafer combination rule.
- Jen-Tzung Chien, Chuang-Hua Chueh:
Joint acoustic and language modeling for speech recognition.
- Jáchym Kolár, Yang Liu, Elizabeth Shriberg:
Speaker adaptation of language and prosodic models for automatic dialog act segmentation of speech.
- Véronique Boulenger, Michel Hoen, Emmanuel Ferragne, François Pellegrino, Fanny Meunier:
Real-time lexical competitions during speech-in-speech comprehension.
- Juan Pablo Arias, Néstor Becerra Yoma, Hiram Vivanco:
Automatic intonation assessment for computer aided language learning.
Volume 52, Number 4, April 2010
- Bruce Denby, Tanja Schultz, Kiyoshi Honda:
- Bruce Denby, Thomas Schultz, Kiyoshi Honda, Thomas Hueber, J. M. Gilbert, J. S. Brumberg:
Silent speech interfaces.
- Thomas Hueber, Elie-Laurent Benaroya, Gérard Chollet, Bruce Denby, Gérard Dreyfus, Maureen Stone:
Development of a silent speech interface driven by ultrasound and optical images of the tongue and lips.
- Tatsuya Hirahara, Makoto Otani, Shota Shimizu, Tomoki Toda, Keigo Nakamura, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kiyohiro Shikano:
Silent-speech enhancement using body-conducted vocal-tract resonance signals.
- Viet-Anh Tran, Gérard Bailly, Hélène Loevenbruck, Tomoki Toda:
Improvement to a NAM-captured whisper-to-speech system.
- Sanjay A. Patil, John H. L. Hansen:
The physiological microphone (PMIC): A competitive alternative for speaker assessment in stress detection and speaker verification.
- Tanja Schultz, Michael Wand:
Modeling coarticulation in EMG-based continuous speech recognition.
- Charles Jorgensen, Sorin Dusan:
Speech interfaces based upon surface electromyography.
- Jonathan S. Brumberg, Alfonso Nieto-Castañón, Philip R. Kennedy, Frank H. Guenther:
Brain-computer interfaces for speech communication.
Volume 52, Number 5, May 2010
- Teddy Surya Gunawan, Eliathamby Ambikairajah, Julien Epps:
Perceptual speech enhancement exploiting temporal masking properties of human auditory system.
- Roberto Barra-Chicote, Junichi Yamagishi, Simon King, Juan Manuel Montero, Javier Macías Guarasa:
Analysis of statistical parametric and unit selection speech synthesis systems applied to emotional speech.
- Young Han Lee, Hong Kook Kim:
Entropy coding of compressed feature parameters for distributed speech recognition.
- Klára Vicsi, György Szaszák:
Using prosody to improve automatic speech recognition.
- Jacob Benesty, Jingdong Chen, Yiteng Huang:
On widely linear Wiener and tradeoff filters for noise reduction.
- Jesús Vicente-Peña, Fernando Díaz-de-María:
Uncertainty decoding on Frequency Filtered parameters for robust ASR.
- Kuldip K. Paliwal, Kamil K. Wójcicki, Belinda Schwerin:
Single-channel speech enhancement using spectral subtraction in the short-time modulation domain.
Volume 52, Number 6, June 2010 Introduction
Avatars and Augmented Reality
Multimodal Speech Perception
Prosody and Manual Gestures
Tuning Communication in Interaction
Volume 52, Numbers 7-8, July - August 2010
- Dmitri Bitouk, Ragini Verma, Ani Nenkova:
Class-level spectral features for emotion recognition.
- Murray J. Munro, Tracey M. Derwing, Clifford S. Burgess:
Detection of nonnative speaker status from content-masked speech.
- Ulrich Reubold, Jonathan Harrington, Felicitas Kleber:
Vocal aging effects on F0 and the first formant: A longitudinal analysis in adult speakers.
- Kai Yu, Mark J. F. Gales, Lan Wang, Philip C. Woodland:
Unsupervised training and directed manual transcription for LVCSR.
- J. M. Górriz, Javier Ramírez, Elmar Wolfgang Lang, Carlos García Puntonet, Ignacio Turias:
Improved likelihood ratio test based voice activity detector applied to speech recognition.
- Claus Christiansen, Michael Syskind Pedersen, Torsten Dau:
Prediction of speech intelligibility based on an auditory preprocessing model.
Volume 52, Number 9, September 2010
- Sandipan Chakroborty, Goutam Saha:
Feature selection using singular value decomposition and QR factorization with column pivoting for text-independent speaker identification.
- Changchun Bao, Hao Xu, Bingyin Xia, Zhangyu Liu, Jianwei Qiu:
An efficient transcoding algorithm between AMR-NB and G.729ab.
- Ayyoob Jafari, Farshad Almasganj:
Using Laplacian eigenmaps latent variable model and manifold learning to improve speech recognition accuracy.
- Andrew Hines, Naomi Harte:
Speech intelligibility from image processing.
- Mohaddeseh Nosratighods, Eliathamby Ambikairajah, Julien Epps, Michael J. Carey:
A segment selection technique for speaker verification.
- Brady Laska, Miodrag Bolic, Rafik A. Goubran:
Discrete cosine transform particle filter speech enhancement.
Volume 52, Number 10, October 2010
- John H. L. Hansen, Sharmistha S. Gray, Wooil Kim:
Automatic voice onset time detection for unvoiced stops (/p/, /t/, /k/) with application to accent classification.
- Fabio Valente:
Hierarchical and parallel processing of auditory and modulation frequencies for automatic speech recognition.
- Korbinian Riedhammer, Benoît Favre, Dilek Hakkani-Tür:
Long story short - Global unsupervised models for keyphrase based meeting summarization.
- Klaus-Peter Engelbrecht, Sebastian Möller:
Sequential classifiers for the prediction of user judgments about spoken dialog systems.
- Zhen-Hua Ling, Korin Richmond, Junichi Yamagishi:
An Analysis of HMM-based prediction of articulatory movements.
- Josafá de Jesus Aguiar Pontes, Sadaoki Furui:
Predicting the phonetic realizations of word-final consonants in context - A challenge for French grapheme-to-phoneme converters.
Volume 52, Numbers 11-12, November - December 2010 Editorial
Non-native Speech Perception in Adverse Conditions
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- Maria Luisa Garcia Lecumberri, Martin Cooke, Anne Cutler:
Non-native speech perception in adverse conditions: A review.
- Sven L. Mattys, Lucy M. Carroll, Carrie K. W. Li, Sonia L. Y. Chan:
Effects of energetic and informational masking on speech segmentation by native and non-native speakers.
- Chao-Yang Lee, Liang Tao, Zinny S. Bond:
Identification of multi-speaker Mandarin tones in noise by native and non-native listeners.
- Hugo Quené, L. E. van Delft:
Non-native durational patterns decrease speech intelligibility.
- Payam Ezzatian, Meital Avivi, Bruce A. Schneider:
Do nonnative listeners benefit as much as native listeners from spatial cues that release speech from masking?
- Ann R. Bradlow, Cynthia G. Clopper, Rajka Smiljanic, Mary Ann Walter:
A perceptual phonetic similarity space for languages: Evidence from five native language listener groups.
- Kristin J. Van Engen:
Similarity and familiarity: Second language sentence recognition in first- and second-language multi-talker babble.
- Martin Cooke, Maria Luisa Garcia Lecumberri, Odette Scharenborg, Wim A. van Dommelen:
Language-independent processing in speech perception: Identification of English intervocalic consonants by speakers of eight European languages.
- Wim A. van Dommelen, Valérie Hazan:
Perception of English consonants in noise by native and Norwegian listeners.
- Mirjam Broersma, Odette Scharenborg:
Native and non-native listeners' perception of English consonants in different types of noise.
- Valérie Hazan, Jeesun Kim, Yuchun Chen:
Audiovisual perception in adverse conditions: Language, speaker and listener effects.
- Jan Volín, Radek Skarnitzl:
The strength of foreign accent in Czech English under adverse listening conditions.
- Charlotte Gooskens, Vincent J. van Heuven, Renée van Bezooijen, Jos J. A. Pacilly:
Is spoken Danish less intelligible than Swedish?
- Antje Heinrich, Yvonne Flory, Sarah Hawkins:
Influence of English r-resonances on intelligibility of speech in noise for native English and German listeners.