ASA 129th Meeting - Washington, DC - 1995 May 30 .. Jun 06

Papers in 1aSC - Speech Communications

  1. 1aSC1 The effects of talker variability across CV and VC environments.
  2. 1aSC2 Adult attribution of the infant vocalizations.
  3. 1aSC3 A longitudinal investigation of children's duration and temporal
  4. 1aSC4 Speech during simultaneous communication: Temporal characteristics
  5. 1aSC5 Speaker normalization for tone.
  6. 1aSC6 The effect of stimulus familiarity on magnitude-estimation scaling
  7. 1aSC7 Talker-based selective adaptation.
  8. 1aSC8 The effects of talker-specific information on immediate memory
  9. 1aSC9 The role of experience in the development of category structures.
  10. 1aSC10 The effects of feedback in auditory looming tasks.
  11. 1aSC11 Age differences in the uptake of acoustic cues in spoken word
  12. 1aSC12 The cocktail party effect in infants.
  13. 1aSC13 The relationship between the discriminability of formant
  14. 1aSC14 On the ``locus equation'' and its relation with the consonant
  15. 1aSC15 Influence of the number of syllables and morae on reaction time in
  16. 1aSC16 Perceptual interaction of F1 and F0.
  17. 1aSC17 Word frequency effects on the acoustic duration of morphemes.
  18. 1aSC18 Adaptation in speech production to transformed auditory feedback.
  19. 1aSC19 Differential masking of individual words within a sentence.
  20. 1aSC20 Pitch perception physiology and psychophysics as a basis for the
  21. 1aSC21 Contribution of different frequency regions to detection of
  22. 1aSC22 Toward understanding the role of formant transitions for
  23. 1aSC23 The role of formant synchrony in the coherence of vowels.
  24. 1aSC24 Dynamic and static properties of imaged speech sounds.
  25. 1aSC25 Quantitative measures of envelope cues in speech recognition.
  26. 1aSC26 Onset-sensitive time-frequency masking and its application to
  27. 1aSC27 Difference limens for vowel--vowel formant transitions.
  28. 1aSC28 Female alaryngeal speech enhancement for improved speaker
  29. 1aSC29 Vocal tract simulations based on fluid dynamic analysis.
  30. 1aSC30 Removal of phase distortion from vowel-like signals.
  31. 1aSC31 Perception of voice-onset-time cued by articulatory information.
  32. 1aSC32 A computationally efficient articulatory synthesizer.
  33. 1aSC33 Identification of vowels resynthesized from /hVd/ utterances:
  34. 1aSC34 Speech synthesis based on an overlap-add sinusoidal model.
  35. 1aSC35 Generating gestural scores from articulatory data using temporal
  36. 1aSC36 Layered language understander: A speech recognition system using
  37. 1aSC37 Toward automatic segmentation and syllabification of dysarthric
  38. 1aSC38 Adding articulatory features to acoustic features for automatic
  39. 1aSC39 Vocal tract normalization in speech recognition: Compensating for
  40. 1aSC40 Use of TRACTTALK for adaptive voice mimic.