Volume 10, Number 1, January 2002
Volume 10, Number 2, February 2002
Volume 10, Number 3, March 2002
- Liang Gu, Kenneth Rose:
Substate tying with combined parameter training and reduction in tied-mixture HMM design.
- Qi Li, Jinsong Zheng, Augustine Tsai, Qiru Zhou:
Robust endpoint detection and energy normalization for real-time speech and speaker recognition.
- Néstor Becerra Yoma, Miguel Villar Fernandez:
Speaker verification in noise using a stochastic version of the weighted Viterbi algorithm.
- Zihou Meng, Kimihiro Sakagami, Masayuki Morimoto, Guoan Bi, Alex ChiChung Kot:
Extending the sound impulse response of room using extrapolation.
- Jaco Vermaak, Christophe Andrieu, Arnaud Doucet, Simon J. Godsill:
Particle methods for Bayesian modeling and enhancement of speech signals.
- Tomas Bäckström, Paavo Alku, Erkki Vilkman:
Time-domain parameterization of the closing phase of glottal airflow waveform from voices over a large intensity range.
- Imed Zitouni:
A hierarchical language model based on variable-length class sequences: the MCnnu approach.
Volume 10, Number 4, May 2002
Volume 10, Number 5, July 2002
- Stefan Gustafsson, Rainer Martin, Peter Jax, Peter Vary:
A psychoacoustic approach to combined acoustic echo cancellation and noise reduction.
- Tomas Gänsler, Jacob Benesty:
New insights into the stereophonic acoustic echo cancellation problem and an adaptive nonlinearity solution.
- Jen-Tzung Chien:
Quasi-Bayes linear regression for sequential learning of hidden Markov models.
- Ahmed M. Abdelatty Ali, Jan Van der Spiegel, Paul Mueller:
Robust auditory-based speech processing using the average localized synchrony detection.
- George Tzanetakis, Perry R. Cook:
Musical genre classification of audio signals.
- Berlin Chen, Hsin-Min Wang, Lin-Shan Lee:
Discriminating capabilities of syllable-based features and approaches of utilizing them for voice retrieval of speech information in Mandarin Chinese.
- Marie A. Roch, Richard R. Hurtig:
The integral decode: a smoothing technique for robust HMM-based speaker recognition.
- Yuan-Hao Huang, Tzi-Dar Chiueh:
A new audio coding scheme using a forward masking model and perceptually weighted vector quantization.
Volume 10, Number 6, September 2002
- David Burshtein, Sharon Gannot:
Speech enhancement using a mixture-maximum model.
- Lucas C. Parra, Christopher V. Alvino:
Geometric source separation: merging convolutive source separation with geometric beamforming.
- Ran D. Zilca:
Text-independent speaker verification using utterance level scoring and covariance modeling.
- Ivan Magrin-Chagnolleau, Geoffrey Durou, Frédéric Bimbot:
Application of time-frequency principal component analysis to text-independent speaker identification.
- Gerald Schuller, Bin Yu, Dawei Huang, Bernd Edler:
Perceptual audio coding using adaptive pre- and post-filters and lossless compression.
- Ronald M. Aarts, Roy Irwan, Augustus J. E. M. Janssen:
Efficient tracking of the cross-correlation coefficient.
- Ji Ming, Peter Jancovic, F. Jack Smith:
Robust speech recognition using probabilistic union models.
- Lutz Welling, Hermann Ney, Stephan Kanthak:
Speaker adaptive modeling by vocal tract normalization.
Volume 10, Number 7, October 2002
- Mukund Padmanabhan, George Saon, Jing Huang, Brian Kingsbury, Lidia Mangu:
Automatic speech recognition performance on a voicemail transcription task.
- Néstor Becerra Yoma, Jorge Silva Sánchez:
MAP speaker adaptation of state duration distributions for speech recognition.
- Juan Manuel Huerta:
Alignment-based codeword-dependent cepstral normalization.
- Stephen Cox, Srinandan Dasmahapatra:
High-level approaches to confidence estimation in speech recognition.
- C. Chandra Sekhar, B. Yegnanarayana:
A constraint satisfaction model for recognition of stop consonant-vowel (SCV) utterances.
- Fu-Chiang Chou, Chiu-yu Tseng, Lin-Shan Lee:
A set of corpus-based text-to-speech synthesis technologies for Mandarin Chinese.
- Frank Baumgarte:
Improved audio coding using a psychoacoustic model based on a cochlear filter bank.
- Lie Lu, Hong-Jiang Zhang, Hao Jiang:
Content analysis for audio classification and segmentation.
- Khaled A. Mayyas:
Stereophonic acoustic echo cancellation using lattice orthogonalization.
Volume 10, Number 8, November 2002
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- Harry Printz, Isabel Trancoso:
- Eric Chang, Frank Seide, Helen M. Meng, Zhuoran Chen, Yu Shi, Yuk-Chi Li:
A system for spoken query information retrieval on mobile devices.
- Satya Dharanipragada, Salim Roukos:
A multistage algorithm for spotting new words in speech.
- Sabine Deligne, Satya Dharanipragada, Ramesh A. Gopinath, Benoît Maison, Peder A. Olsen, Harry Printz:
A robust high accuracy speech recognition system for mobile applications.
- I. Varga, Stefanie Aalburg, Bernt Andrassy, Sergey Astrov, Josef G. Bauer, Christophe Beaugeant, Christian Geißler, Harald Höge:
ASR in mobile phones - an industrial approach.
- Alexis Bernard, Abeer Alwan:
Low-bitrate distributed speech recognition for packet-based and wireless communication.
- Constantinos Boulis, Mari Ostendorf, Eve A. Riskin, Scott Otterson:
Graceful degradation of speech recognition performance over packet-erasure networks.
- Hong Kook Kim, Richard V. Cox, Richard C. Rose:
Performance improvement of a bitstream-based front-end for wireless speech recognition in adverse environments.
- Li Deng, Kuansan Wang, Alex Acero, Hsiao-Wuen Hon, Jasha Droppo, C. Boulis, Ye-Yi Wang, D. Jacoby, Milind Mahajan, Ciprian Chelba, X. D. Huang:
Distributed speech processing in miPad's multimodal user interface.
- Bruno Bessette, Redwan Salami, Roch Lefebvre, Milan Jelinek, J. Rotola-Pukkila, J. Vainio, H. Mikkola, K. Järvinen:
The adaptive multirate wideband speech codec (AMR-WB).
- Antonio Servetti, Juan Carlos De Martin:
Perception-based partial encryption of compressed speech.
- Jhing-Fa Wang, Jia-Ching Wang, Han-Chiang Chen, Tai-Lung Chen, Chin-Chan Chang, Ming-Chi Shih:
Chip design of portable speech memopad suitable for persons with visual disabilities.