[Prosody-2001] Prosody in Speech Recognition and Understanding, ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW), Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank, NJ, USA, October 22-24, 2001, ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive_open/prosody_2001
Baron Bates Batliner (4) Batliner (19) Batliner (27) Bell Bouwman Boves Brenier Buckow Byrne Carmichael Chan Chang Christensen Dainora Fosler-Lussier Girand Gotoh Greenberg Gregory Gustafson-Capková Hashimoto Heldner Hirose (11) Hirose (13) Hirose (18) Hirose (21) Hirschberg Hitchcock Hosoki Huber (4) Huber (19) Ishi Iwano Jamieson Jansen Johnson Kochanski Koumpis Kubota Kurematsu Lee Levit Litman Megyesi Minematsu (11) Minematsu (13) Minematsu (18) Minematsu (21) Morimoto Murray Niemann Nöth (4) Nöth (19) Oppermann Ostendorf (3) Ostendorf (22) Ostendorf (24) Ozeki Renals (6) Renals (26) Seneff Shafran (22) Shafran (24) Shattuck-Hufnagel Shih SHRIBERG (1) Shriberg (26) Siepmann STOLCKE (1) Stolcke (26) Swerts Takagi Tsuda Wang Warnke Werner Wright Yang Yuan
Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to invited papers. Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.
Shriberg, Elizabeth / Stolcke, Andreas: "Prosody modeling for automatic speech understanding: an overview of recent research at SRI", paper # 1.
Bates, Rebecca / Ostendorf, Mari: "Modeling pronunciation variation in conversational speech using syntax and discourse", paper # 3.
Batliner, Anton / Nöth, Elmar / Buckow, Jan / Huber, Richard / Warnke, Volker / Niemann, Heinrich: "Duration features in prosodic classification: why normalization comes second, and what they really encode", paper # 4.
Bouwman, Gies / Boves, Lou: "Using information on lexical stress for utterance verification", paper # 5.
Christensen, Heidi / Gotoh, Yoshihiko / Renals, Steve: "Punctuation annotation using statistical prosody models", paper # 6.
Dainora, Audra: "Eliminating downstep in prosodic labeling of American English", paper # 7.
Girand, Cynthia V. / Bell, Alan: "Disfluency detection: classifying repeated words as planned or unplanned", paper # 8.
Greenberg, Steven / Chang, Shawn / Hitchcock, Leah: "The relation between stress accent and vocalic identity in spontaneous American English discourse", paper # 9.
Heldner, Mattias: "Spectral emphasis as an additional source of information in accent detection", paper # 10.
Hirose, Keikichi / Minematsu, Nobuaki / Hashimoto, Yohei / Iwano, Koji: "Continuous speech recognition of Japanese using prosodic word boundaries detected by mora transition modeling of fundamental frequency contours", paper # 11.
Hirschberg, Julia / Litman, Diane / Swerts, Marc: "Detecting misrecognitions and corrections in spoken dialogue systems from `aware' sites", paper # 12.
Ishi, Carlos Toshinori / Minematsu, Nobuaki / Hirose, Keikichi: "Recognition of accent and intonation types of Japanese using F0 parameters related to human pitch perception", paper # 13.
Jansen, Wouter / Gregory, Michelle L. / Brenier, Jason M.: "Prosodic correlates of directly reported speech: Evidence from conversational speech", paper # 14.
Johnson, Michael T. / Jamieson, Leah H.: "Temporal features for broadcast news segmentation", paper # 15.
Koumpis, Konstantinos / Renals, Steve: "The role of prosody in a voicemail summarization system", paper # 16.
Kurematsu, Akira / Hosoki, Mitsuhiro / Morimoto, Yasuo: "Prosody pattern recognition and identification of utterance intentions in Japanese spontaneous speech", paper # 17.
Lee, Shi-wook / Hirose, Keikichi / Minematsu, Nobuaki: "Incorporation of prosodic modules for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition", paper # 18.
Levit, Michael / Huber, Richard / Batliner, Anton / Noeth, Elmar: "Use of prosodic speech characteristics for automated detection of alcohol intoxication", paper # 19.
Megyesi, Beáta / Gustafson-Capková, Sofia: "Pausing in dialogues and read speech in Swedish: Speakers’ production and listeners’ interpretation", paper # 20.
Minematsu, Nobuaki / Tsuda, Keiichi / Hirose, Keikichi: "Quantitative analysis of F0-induced variations of cepstrum coefficients", paper # 21.
Ostendorf, Mari / Shafran, I. / Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stefanie / Carmichael, L. / Byrne, W.: "A prosodically labeled database of spontaneous speech", paper # 22.
Ozeki, Kazuhiko / Takagi, Kazuyuki / Kubota, Hajime: "The use of prosody in Japanese dependency structure analysis", paper # 23.
Shafran, Izhak / Ostendorf, Mari / Wright, Richard: "Prosody and phonetic variability: Lessons learned from acoustic model clustering", paper # 24.
Shih, Chilin / Kochanski, Greg / Fosler-Lussier, Eric / Chan, Melody / Yuan, Jia-Hong: "Implications of prosody modeling for prosody recognition", paper # 25.
Shriberg, Elizabeth / Stolcke, Andreas / Baron, Don: "Can prosody aid the automatic processing of multi-party meetings? evidence from predicting punctuation, disuencies, and overlapping speech", paper # 26.
Siepmann, Rolf / Batliner, Anton / Oppermann, Daniela: "Using prosodic features to characterize off-talk in human-computer interaction", paper # 27.
Wang, Chao / Seneff, Stephanie: "Prosodic scoring of recognition outputs in the JUPITER domain", paper # 28.
Yang, Li-chiung: "Prosodic shape and expressive meaning: the expression and recognition of emotions in spontaneous speech", paper # 29.
Murray, Kathleen M.: "Annotations relating pitch to laryngealization information ", paper # 30.
Werner, Stefan: "Acoustic classification of intonational events", paper # 31.