Robust Speech Recognition for Unknown Communication Channels

Pont--Mousson, France
April 17-18, 1997

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[RSR-1997] Robust Speech Recognition for Unknown Communication Channels, Pont-a-Mousson, France, April 1997, ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Agaiby   Aikawa   Allen   Alvarez   Amraoui   Avendano   Aydin   Bernstein   Bourlard   Boves   Campbell (91)   Campbell (123)   Campbell (199)   Cetin   Chiminelli   Dufour   Dupont   Evans   Falavigna   Fissore   Furui   Fyfe   Gagnon   Gales   Gauvain   Giuliani   Gomez   Gouvea   Greenberg (23)   Greenberg (87)   Gretter   Hansen   Hermansky (1)   Hermansky (65)   Hermansky (103)   Hernando   Huo   Hussain (123)   Hussain (199)   Jacob   Kabre   Kim, Do Yeong   Kim, Nam Soo   Kim, Sang Ryong   Kingsbury   Klemm   Kong   Laurila   Lee, Chin-Hui   Lee, Youngjik   Linhard   Martens   Martinez   Matassoni   Matrouf   McGlinchey   Micca   Moir, T. J.   Moir, Thomas J.   Mokbel   Moreno   Morgan (43)   Morgan (87)   Nadeu   Nakamura   Nieto   O'Leary   Omologo (67)   Omologo (195)   Park   Pellom   Potamianos   Pouting   Puel (147)   Puel (215)   Raj (33)   Raj (131)   Raman   Ramanujam   Ringger   Ris   Rodellar   Rose   Sagayama   Shields   Shikano   Steeneken   Stern (33)   Stern (131)   Suh   Svaizer   Takiguchi   Tibrewala   Vair   Vereecken   Verhasselt   Veth   Viikki   Vuuren   Yardimci  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors. 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

Hermansky, Hynek: "Should recognizers have ears?", 1-10.

Furui, Sadaoki: "Recent advances in robust speech recognition", 11-20.

Steeneken, Herman / Gagnon, Luc / O'Leary, Jerry: "Discussion on the introductory session", 21-22.

Greenberg, Steven: "On the origins of speech intelligibility in the real world", 23-32.

Stern, Richard M. / Raj, Bhiksha / Moreno, Pedro J.: "Compensation for environmental degradation in automatic speech recognition", 33-42.

Morgan, Nelson: "Robust features and environmental compensation: a few comments", 43-44.

Lee, Chin-Hui: "On feature and model compensation approach to robust speech recognition", 45-54.

Gales, M. J. F.: ""NICE" model-based compensation schemes for robust speech recognition", 55-64.

Hermansky, Hynek: "Speculations on knowledge versus data in ASR", 65-66.

Omologo, Maurizio: "On the future trends of hands-free ASR: variabilities in the environmental conditions and in the acoustic transduction", 67-74.

Sagayama, Shigeki / Aikawa, Kiyoaki: "Issues relating to the future of ASR for telecommunications applications", 75-82.

Verhasselt, Jan / Vereecken, Halewijn / Martens, Jean-Pierre: "Noise suppression and acoustic model controlled loudness mean normalization in an auditory model-based acoustic front-end", 83-86.

Kingsbury, Brian E. D. / Morgan, Nelson / Greenberg, Steven: "Improving ASR performance for reverberant speech", 87-90.

Shields, Paul W. / Campbell, Douglas R.: "Intelligibility improvements obtained by an enhancement method applied to speech corrupted by noise and reverberation", 91-94.

Dupont, Stephane / Bourlard, Herv / Ris, Christophe: "Robust speech recognition based on multi-stream features", 95-98.

Kim, Nam Soo / Kim, Do Yeong / Kong, Byung Goo / Kim, Sang Ryong: "Application of VTS to environment compensation with noise statistics", 99-102.

Hermansky, Hynek / Avendano, Carlos / Vuuren, Sarel van / Tibrewala, Sangita: "Recent advances in addressing sources of non-linguistic information", 103-106.

Viikki, Olli / Laurila, Kari: "Noise robust HMM-based speech recognition using segmental cepstral feature vector normalization", 107-110.

Bernstein, Erica / Evans, Ward: "Wavelet based noise reduction for speech recognition", 111-114.

Hernando, Javier / Nadeu, Climent: "A unified parameterization scheme for noisy speech recognition", 115-118.

Veth, Johan de / Boves, Louis: "Channel normalisation using phase-corrected RASTA", 119-122.

Hussain, Amir / Campbell, Douglas R. / Moir, Thomas J.: "A multi-microphone sub-band adaptive speech enhancement system employing diverse sub-band processing", 123-126.

Vair, C. / Chiminelli, N. / Fissore, L. / Micca, G.: "Comparison of algorithms for microphone equalization in continuous speech recognition", 127-130.

Raj, Bhiksha / Gouvea, Evandro / Stern, Richard M.: "Cepstral compensation using statistical linearization", 131-134.

Amraoui, Abdelkader / Dufour, Pierre: "Robust vector quantization for noisy channels using a self-organizing pseudo-map", 135-138.

Rose, Richard C. / Potamianos, Alexandros: "Improving robustness in HMM based speech recognition through simultaneous frequency warping and spectral shaping", 139-142.

Aydin, Gl / Yardimci, Yasemin / Cetin, A. Enis: "Robust multi-channel signal separation", 143-146.

Puel, Jean-Baptiste: "Neural networks contribution to robust HMM systems", 147-150.

Ringger, Eric K. / Allen, James R.: "Robust error correction of continuous speech recognition", 151-154.

Takiguchi, Tetsuya / Nakamura, Satoshi / Huo, Qiang / Shikano, Kiyohiro: "Adaptation of model parameters by HMM decomposition in noisy reverberant environments", 155-158.

Linhard, Klaus / Klemm, Heinz: "Noise reduction with spectral subtraction and median filtering for suppression of musical tones", 159-162.

Agaiby, H. / Fyfe, C. / McGlinchey, S. / Moir, T. J.: "Commercial speech recognisers performance under adverse conditions, a survey", 163-166.

Pellom, Bryan L. / Hansen, John H. L.: "Automatic segmentation and labeling of speech recorded in unknown noisy channel environments", 167-170.

Suh, Youngjoo / Park, Jun / Lee, Youngjik: "A user friendly remote speech input unit in spontaneous speech translation system", 171-174.

Pouting, Keith M.: "Automatic speech recognition for time-varying channels", 175-180.

Martinez, R. / Alvarez, A. / Nieto, V. / Rodellar, V. / Gomez, P.: "ASR in highly non-stationary environments using adaptive noise cancelling techniques", 181-184.

Kabre, Harouna: "Audio-visual talker localization for hand-free speech recognition", 185-190.

Falavigna, Daniele / Gretter, Roberto: "Evaluation of digit recognition over the telephone network", 191-194.

Omologo, Maurizio / Matassoni, Marco / Svaizer, Piergiorgio / Giuliani, Diego: "Hands-free speech recognition in a noisy and reverberant environment", 195-198.

Hussain, Amir / Campbell, Douglas R.: "A multi-microphone sub-band adaptive speech enhancement system employing artificial neural network based non-linear filters", 199-202.

Raman, Vijay / Ramanujam, Vidhya: "Incorporation of noise pre-processing into an entrenched speech recognition system", 203-206.

Matrouf, Driss / Gauvain, Jean-Luc: "Model compensation for additive and convolutive noises in training and test data", 207-210.

Mokbel, C.: "MUSE: MUltipath stochastic equalization - a theoretical framework to combine equalization and stochastic modeling", 211-214.

Puel, Jean-Baptiste / Jacob, Bruno: "Robust HMM architectures for cellular phone speech recognition", 215-218.