Volume 9, Number 1, February 1990
: Exploiting speech knowledge in neural nets for recognition.
J. R. Walliker
, Ian S. Howard
: Real-time portable multi-layer perceptron voice fundamental-period extractor for hearing aids and cochlear implants.
John S. Bridle
: Alpha-nets: A recurrent 'neural' network architecture with a hidden Markov model interpretation.
Michael J. Pont
: The role of the dorsal cochlear nucleus in the perception of voicing contrasts in initial english stop consonants: A computational modelling study.
Volume 9, Number 2, April 1990
: Duration in context clustering for speech recognition.
: On instantaneous and transitional spectral information for text-dependent speaker verification.
: Report on EUROSPEECH '89 CONFERENCE European conference on speech communication and technology : September 26-28, 1989, Paris, France.
Volume 9, Number 3, June 1990
: Non-linear signal representation and its application to the modelling of the glottal waveform.
, Pascal Perrier
: Comments on "distinctive regions and modes: A new theory of speech production" by M. Mrayati, R. Carré and B. Guérin.
Volume 9, Number 4, August 1990
: An intelligibility test using semantically unpredictable sentences: towards the quantification of linguistic complexity.
Melvyn J. Hunt
: Figures of merit for assessing connected-word recognisers.
Volume 9, Numbers 5-6, December 1990
, R. Di Francesco
: Detection of the glottal closure by jumps in the statistical properties of the speech signal.
: Time-frequency speech transformation based on an elementary waveform representation.
: On the perceptual analysis of intonation.
, Kari Torkkola
: Using self-organizing maps and multi-layered feed-forward nets to obtain phonemic transcriptions of spoken utterances.
Sheryl R. Young
: Use of dialogue, pragmatics and sematics to enhance speech recognition.