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I saw this posted on comp.speech (Usenet) and thought there
would be some interest from segments of the Auditory-List community.
From: email@example.com.COM (Ted Applebaum)
Subject: Speech Recognition in Adverse Conditions
Organization: Speech Technology Laboratory, Division of Panasonic
We are preparing a review article on "Robust Speech Recognition
Under Adverse Conditions", which we would like to be a little
broader than other recent reviews such as:
B.-H. Juang, "Speech Recognition in Adverse Environments,"
Computer Speech and Language, vol. 5, pp. 275-294, 1991.
S. Furui, "Toward Robust Speech Recognition under Adverse
Conditions," Proc. ESCA Workshop on Speech Processing in
Adverse Conditions, pp. 31-42, European Speech Comm. Assoc.,
Cannes, Nov. 1992.
We would appreciate references to any original work you may suggest
for inclusion, including, but not limited to the following topics:
- Special transducer arrangements for noise suppression
- Novel representations of speech, such as Auditory models
- Speech enhancement preprocessing
- Noise masking and adaptive models
- Robust distortion measures
- Stress compensation
- Speaker adaptation
- Co-channel separation
- Coping with different kinds of microphones
- Adaptation to new task domains
Thanks in advance,
Brian A. Hanson and Ted H. Applebaum
Speech Technology Laboratory or : ta@STL.Research.Panasonic.COM
3888 State Street voice: +1 (805) 687-0110 ext 223
Santa Barbara CA 93105 U.S.A FAX: +1 (805) 687-6384