Index for 4aSC
ASA 132nd meeting - Hawaii, December 1996
4aSC1. Spectral representation of speech using mel-generalized cepstral coefficients.
4aSC2. Intelligibility of speech with filtered time trajectories of LPC cepstrum.
4aSC3. Optimizing acoustic parameters for phonetic features.
4aSC4. Feature space reduction through nonlinear identity mapping.
4aSC5. Mutual information as an acoustic matching measure for speech recognition.
4aSC6. An application of Dempster and Shafer's probability theory to speech recognition.
4aSC7. Training section tolerant HMM in concatenated training.
4aSC8. Speaker-independent phone modeling using speaker specific phoneme alignment.
4aSC9. Recent progress in the INRS speech recognition system.
4aSC10. Acquisition of language models based on HMnet.
4aSC11. Comparison between beam search and A[sup *] search methods for isolated/continuous speech recognition.
4aSC12. A dialog control strategy based on the reliability of speech recognition.
4aSC13. A timing management method in multimodal dialog systems.
4aSC14. Discourse segmentation for radio news.
4aSC15. Classification of news speech articles by keyword spotting.
4aSC16. New processing by neural networks for speech visualization and its performance in reading many words.
4aSC17. Multilingual speech recognition based on phonological elements.
4aSC18. Design and data collection for a spoken dialog database in the Real World Computing (RWC) program.
4aSC19. Pronunciation variability in the Switchboard corpus.
4aSC20. KIDS: A database of children's speech.
4aSC21. Speaker recognition model using two-dimensional mel-cepstrum and self-growing LVQ.
4aSC22. Optimization of speaker recognition model based on dynamic features of two-dimensional mel-cepstrum.
4aSC23. Cepstral analysis of ``cold-speech'' for speaker recognition: A second look.
4aSC24. Language and dialect identification by syllabic spectral features.
4aSC25. Speech synthesis by rule based on VCV waveform synthesis units.
4aSC26. HMM-based speech synthesis with various voice characteristics.
4aSC27. Multilevel approach to rule-based speech synthesis using quasiarticulatory parameters.
4aSC28. Speech synthesis using a nonlinear modeling of vocal folds vibration effect.
4aSC29. Comparing techniques for synthesizing emotional speech.
4aSC30. A method for controlling the speech rate in speech synthesis and its perceptual evaluation.
4aSC31. High-quality speech signal manipulation by Fourier synthesis.
4aSC32. Synthesis of wideband speech from narrow-band speech based on piecewise linear mapping.
4aSC33. Generation of wideband speech from bandlimited speech by use of an autocorrelation function.
4aSC34. A method for registration of a new voice in a text-to-speech synthesizer.
4aSC35. Shadowing---A possible method for assessment of synthetic speech.
4aSC36. LPC-based voice transformation from adult to child.
4aSC37. Automatic acquisition of speech units for recognition and very low bit coding.
4aSC38. Characterizing human ability to discriminate talkers over low data rate voice coders.
4aSC39. Quantization of vector sequences using statistics of neighboring input vectors.
4aSC40. Speech enhancement by LPC cepstrum vector quantization.
4aSC41. Effect of the mobile terminal acoustic characteristics on speech quality.
4aSC42. Multimedia telecommunication quality with temporal discrete degradation.
4aSC43. Telephone operator assisting system.
4aSC44. Automatic scoring of pronunciation quality for language instruction.
4aSC45. Helium speech database and some new aspect of diver's speech.