ISCA Workshop on Multilingual Speech and Language Processing (MULTILING 2006)

Center for Language and Speech Technology, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa
April 9-11, 2006

Bibliographic Reference

[MULTILING-2006] ISCA Workshop on Multilingual Speech and Language Processing (MULTILING 2006), Stellenbosch University, South Africa, April 9-11, 2006; ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Barnard (006)   Barnard (015)   Black (023)   Black (024)   Bogacka   Burrows   Caballero (001)   Caballero (019)   Carson-Berndsen   Davel (006)   Davel (015)   Demol   Diehl   Dziubalska-Kolaczyk   Ekpenyong   Furui   Gibbon   Govender   Iwano   Kanokphara   Kessens   Knill   Krynicki   Kuun   Latorre   Liu   Louw   Lyakso   Melnar   Moberg   Monte   Mooshammer   Moreno (001)   Moreno (008)   Moreno (019)   Narayanan   Niesler (004)   Niesler (007)   Niesler (009)   Nogueiras   Olaszi   Pärssinen   Pape   Pfister   Pietrala   Pols   Rangarajan   Romsdorfer   Rubagotti   Schultz (024)   SCHULTZ (KN1)   Sisson   van der Stelt   Tomokiyo   Urua   Verhelst   Verhoeve   Wempe   de Wet   Willett   Wypych   Zajdó   Zimu  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to keynote and invited papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Schultz, Tanja: "SPICE - an interactive toolkit for rapid portability of speech processing systems to new languages", paper KN1 (abstract).

Caballero, Mónica / Moreno, Asunción / Nogueiras, Albino: "Multidialectal acoustic modeling: a comparative study", paper 001.

Liu, Chen / Melnar, Lynette: "Training acoustic models with speech data from different languages", paper 002.

Rangarajan, Vivek / Narayanan, Shrikanth: "Detection of non-native named entities using prosodic features for improved speech recognition and translation", paper 003.

Niesler, Thomas / Willett, Daniel: "Language identification and multilingual speech recognition using discriminatively trained acoustic models", paper 004.

Kessens, Judith: "Non-native pronunciation modeling in a command & control recognition task: a comparison between acoustic and lexical modeling", paper 005.

Davel, Marelie / Barnard, Etienne: "Extracting pronunciation rules for phonemic variants", paper 006.

Niesler, Thomas: "Language-dependent state clustering for multilingual speech recognition in Afrikaans, South African English, Xhosa and Zulu", paper 007.

Diehl, Frank / Moreno, Asunción / Monte, Enric: "Crosslingual adaptation of semi-continuous HMMs using acoustic sub-simplex projection", paper 008.

Wet, Febe de / Niesler, Thomas / Louw, Philippa: "Nguni and Sotho varieties of South African English - distant cousins or twins?", paper 009.

Pols, Louis C. W. / Lyakso, Elena / Stelt, Jeannette M. van der / Wempe, Ton G. / Zajdó, Krisztina: "Vowel data of early speech development in several languages", paper 010.

Demol, Mike / Verhelst, Werner / Verhoeve, Piet: "A study of speech pauses for multilingual time-scaling applications", paper 011.

Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, Katarzyna / Bogacka, Anna / Pietrala, Dawid / Wypych, Mikolaj / Krynicki, Grzegorz: "PELT: an English language tutorial system for Polish speakers", paper 012.

Kanokphara, Supphanat / Carson-Berndsen, Julie: "Articulatory-acoustic-feature-based automatic language identification", paper 013.

Gibbon, Dafydd / Urua, Eno-Abasi / Ekpenyong, Moses: "Problems and solutions in african tone language text-to-speech", paper 014.

Govender, N. / Kuun, C. / Zimu, V. / Barnard, Etienne / Davel, Marelie: "Computational models of prosody in the Nguni languages", paper 015.

Pärssinen, Kimmo / Moberg, Marko: "Multilingual data configurable text-to-speech system for embedded devices", paper 016.

Olaszi, Péter / Burrows, Tina / Knill, Kate: "Investigating prosodic modifications for polyglot text-to-speech synthesis", paper 017.

Pape, Daniel / Mooshammer, Christine: "Is intrinsic pitch language-dependent? - evidences from a cross-linguistic vowel pitch experiment (with additional screening of the listeners' DL for music and speech", paper 018.

Caballero, Mónica / Moreno, Asunción: "Statistical modeling of pronunciation variation by hierarchical grouping rule inference", paper 019.

Rubagotti, Enrico: "Is it possible to train a speech recognition system on text only?", paper 020.

Romsdorfer, Harald / Pfister, Beat: "Character stream parsing of mixed-lingual text", paper 021.

Latorre, Javier / Iwano, Koji / Furui, Sadaoki: "New approach to polyglot synthesis: how to speak any language with anyone˛s voice", paper 022.

Tomokiyo, Laura Mayfield / Sisson, Carol Jay / Black, Alan W.: "Mixed-mode multilinguality in TTS: the case of Canadian French", paper 023.

Black, Alan W. / Schultz, Tanja: "Speaker clustering for multilingual synthesis", paper 024.