ISCA Archive

Pronunciation Modeling and Lexicon Adaptation for Spoken Language Technology

September 14-15, 2002
Aspen Lodge, Estes Park, Colorado, USA

Bibliographic Reference

[PMLA-2002] Pronunciation Modeling and Lexicon Adaptation for Spoken Language Technology (PMLA), ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW), Aspen Lodge, Estes Park, Colorado, USA, September 14-15, 2002, ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Adda   Adda-Decker   Amdal   Bates   Bell   Bellegarda   Beyerlein   Bosch   Boula de MareŘil   Boves   Brenier   Byrne   Caseiro   Chou   Compernolle   Cremelie   Cucchiarini   Eichner   Eskenazi   Figgs   FLEGE   Fosler-Lussier   Ghesquiere   Girand   Gregory   HAIN   Hazen   Herold   Hetherington   Hoffmann   Ikeno (1)   Ikeno (83)   Jurafsky (1)   Jurafsky (83)   Kam   Katagiri   Kessens   Khitrov   Koval   Krech   Kuo   Lamel   Lee, Kyung-Tak   Lee, Lin-shan   Lee, Tan   Livescu   Martens   McDermott   Melnar   Narayanan   Ostendorf   Parthasarthy   Pelton   Scharenborg   Schramm   Seneff   Sethy   Shu   Silva   Smirnova   Strik   Talley   TAYLOR   Trancoso   Tsai   Viana   Wang   Ward   Willett   Wolff   Yang   Yu  

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Bibliographic Reference

[PMLA-2002] Pronunciation Modeling and Lexicon Adaptation for Spoken Language Technology (PMLA), ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW), Aspen Lodge, Estes Park, Colorado, USA, September 14-15, 2002, ISCA Archive,

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Invited Papers

Taylor, Paul: "Pronunciation issues in text-to-speech synthesis", 135 (Abstract only)

Flege, James: "Factors affecting the pronunciation of a second language", 136 (Abstract only)

Hain, Thomas: "Implicit pronunciation modelling in ASR", 129-134.

Regular Papers

Bell, Alan / Gregory, Michelle L. / Brenier, Jason M. / Jurafsky, Daniel / Ikeno, Ayako / Girand, Cynthia: "Which predictability measures affect content word durations?", 1-5.

Caseiro, Diamantino / Silva, F. M. / Trancoso, Isabel / Viana, C.: "Automatic alignment of map task dialogs using WFSTs", 6-11.

Kam, Patgi / Lee, Tan: "Modeling pronunciation variation for Cantonese speech recognition", 12-17.

Kessens, J. M. / Strik, Helmer / Cucchiarini, Catia: "Modeling pronunciation variation for ASR: Comparing criteria for rule selection", 18-23.

Lee, Kyung-Tak / Melnar, Lynette / Talley, Jim: "Symbolic speaker adaptation for pronunciation modeling", 24-29.

Sethy, Abhinav / Narayanan, Shrikanth / Parthasarthy, S.: "A syllable based approach for improved recognition of spoken names", 30-35.

Willett, Daniel / McDermott, Erik / Katagiri, Shigeru: "Unsupervised pronunciation adaptation for off-line transcription of Japanese lecture speeches", 36-41.

Ostendorf, Mari / Bates, Rebecca: "Modeling pronunciation variation in conversational speech using prosody", 42-47.

Eskenazi, Maxine / Pelton, Gary: "Pinpointing pronunciation errors in children's speech: examining the role of the speech recognizer", 48-52.

Fosler-Lussier, Eric / Amdal, Ingunn / Kuo, Hong-Kwang Jeff: "On the road to improved lexical confusability metrics", 53-58.

Koval, Serguei / Smirnova, Natalia / Khitrov, Mikhail: "Modelling pronunciation variability for ASR tasks", 59-64.

Scharenborg, Odette / Boves, Lou: "Pronunciation variation modelling in a model of human word recognition", 65-70.

Seneff, Stephanie / Wang, Chao: "Modelling phonological rules through linguistic hierarchies", 71-76.

Tsai, Ming-yi / Chou, Fu-chiang / Lee, Lin-shan: "Improved pronunciation modeling by properly integrating better approaches for baseform generation, ranking and pruning", 77-82.

Ward, Wayne / Krech, Holly / Yu, Xiuyang / Herold, Keith / Figgs, George / Ikeno, Ayako / Jurafsky, Dan / Byrne, William: "Lexicon adaptation for LVCSR: Speaker idiosyncracies, non-native speakers, and pronunciation choice", 83-88.

Adda-Decker, Martine / Boula_de_MareŘil, Philippe / Adda, Gilles / Lamel, Lori: "Investigating syllabic structure and its variation in speech from French radio interviews", 89-94.

Bellegarda, Jerome R.: "A novel approach to unsupervised grapheme-to-phoneme conversion", 85-98.

Hazen, Timothy J. / Hetherington, I. Lee / Shu, Han / Livescu, Karen: "Pronunciation modeling using a finite-state transducer representation", 99-104.

Schramm, Hauke / Beyerlein, Peter: "Discriminative optimization of the lexical model", 105-110.

Bosch, Louis ten / Cremelie, Nick: "Pronunciation modeling and lexical adaptation using small training sets", 111-116.

Wolff, Matthias / Eichner, Matthias / Hoffmann, RŘdiger: "Measuring the quality of pronunciation dictionaries", 117-122.

Yang, Qian / Martens, Jean-Pierre / Ghesquiere, Pieter-Jan / Compernolle, Dirk Van: "Pronunciation variation modeling for asr: large improvements are possible but small ones are likely", 123-128.