ASA 127th Meeting M.I.T. 1994 June 6-10

Papers in 2pSP - Speech Communications

  1. 2pSP1 Articulatory phonology and speech recognition: A case study
  2. 2pSP2 The effects of voice and visible speaker change on spoken word
  3. 2pSP3 Sonority constraints on perceptual errors.
  4. 2pSP4 Voice information in auditory form-based priming.
  5. 2pSP5 Coarticulation modeling by linear filters in a pseudo-articulatory
  6. 2pSP6 Comparing reliability of perceptual and acoustic measures of voice.
  7. 2pSP7 Recovering task-dynamic parameters from formant frequency
  8. 2pSP8 Components of integrality in the perception of voice quality and
  9. 2pSP9 Perception of stops by Norwegian listeners.
  10. 2pSP10 Voice variability effects on phonetic processing.
  11. 2pSP11 Exploring the Japanese McGurk effect using various S/N ratios and
  12. 2pSP12 Talker variability and the identification of American English /r/
  13. 2pSP13 The role of voice pitch in the perception of glottal stops.
  14. 2pSP14 The representation of voice information in spoken word
  15. 2pSP15 Spoken language identification with phonological and lexical
  16. 2pSP16 Stimulus uncertainty and speaker normalization processes in the
  17. 2pSP17 An articulatory-feature-based HMM for automated speech
  18. 2pSP18 Modeling the effect of learning voices on the perception of
  19. 2pSP19 A stochastic framework for articulatory speech recognition.
  20. 2pSP20 The role of talker-specific information in memory for spoken
  21. 2pSP21 Vocal effort as a cue for linguistic stress.
  22. 2pSP22 Speaker verification via nonsupervised and supervised neural nets.
  23. 2pSP23 Speaker sex and formant frequencies of American [(inverted are)].
  24. 2pSP24 Gemination of Italian stops.
  25. 2pSP25 Acoustic correlates of distinctive features of Italian stops.
  26. 2pSP26 Influence of the vocal effort on vowels.
  27. 2pSP27 Utilizing acoustical data to improve sound production. A
  28. 2pSP28 Trans-syllabic spread of consonantal effects on vowel formant
  29. 2pSP29 Phonetic variants of Taiwanese ``voiced'' stops.
  30. 2pSP30 Attributes of lateral consonants.
  31. 2pSP31 Acoustic characteristics of American English vowels.
  32. 2pSP32 VC and CV transitions and the recognition of Canadian French
  33. 2pSP33 A phonetic analysis of voicing assimilation in Russian stops and
  34. 2pSP34 Multi-channel acoustical modeling of the vocal tract for /l/
  35. 2pSP35 Phonetic structures of an endangered language: Khonoma Angami.
  36. 2pSP36 A feature-based broad speech classifier.
  37. 2pSP37 Phonetic structures of an endangered language: Montana Salish.
  38. 2pSP38 Speech recognition with minimal spectral cues.
  39. 2pSP39 Phonetic structures of endangered languages: Observations and
  40. 2pSP40 Statistical trajectory models for phonetic classification.
  41. 2pSP41 Phonetic structures of endangered languages: Investigative
  42. 2pSP42 ETC[sub verif], a prototype of a cooperative automatic speech
  43. 2pSP43 Phonetic transition modeling for continuous speech recognition.
  44. 2pSP44 Study of phonetic classification/recognition performance on data
  45. 2pSP45 Issues in feature-based recognition of speech mixed with impulsive
  46. 2pSP46 Temporal masking in automatic speech recognition.
  47. 2pSP47 An investigation of continuous speech recognition performance from
  48. 2pSP48 A database of environmental sounds.
  49. 2pSP49 A study of the Patterson and Holdsworth auditory model and its