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ESCA - NATO/RSG 10 Workshop on Applications of Speech Technology

Lautrach, Germany
16-17 September 1993


Vocal access to the AFP scientific news service through the telephone network
Frederic Gavignet, Francis Charpentier, Martine Merle, Jacques Toen, Azim Mitha

Coping with telephone directories that were never intended for synthesis applications
Murray F. Spiegel

Voice-controlled assistance for the new German mail area codes
S. Dobler, P. Meyer, H. W. Rühl

Speech coding for storage and transmission
M. J. Carey, C. J. Parris, D. Y. Wong

CNET speech recognition and text-to-speech for telecommunications applications
C. Gagnoulet, Christel Sorin

Dutch postbank and speech recognition
Leo F. F. Teunissen

An experience with speech technologies applied to SNCF's telephone information centres
Jean-Noel Temem, Sylvain Gitton

An advanced telephone-based flight information system
Melvyn J. Hunt

Issues in transferring speech technology to real-world applications
George Doddington

Experience, observations and insights into the industrialisation of speech technology
Michael R. Taylor

Applying multimodal spoken dialogue to social-automation systems
T. Nitta, Y. Masai, J. Iwasaki, S. Tanaka, H. Kamio, H. Matsu'uta

AVOCAT: a vocal display system for tennis
Marc Guyomard, Ludovic Lietard, Jacques Siroux, Denis Jouvet

Application oriented assessment of dialogue systems
Tineke Boogaart, Paul van Alphen, Jeroen Döll

Military and other government applications of human-machine communication by voice
Gerald C. O'Leary, Clifford J. Weinstein

Conceptual approach to model the man-machine interface: (application to the pilot's associate)
Michel Bares

Automatic speech recognition in the military fast jet
A. J. South

An experimental voice-based traffic information provider for vehicle drivers
Björn Granström, Mats Blomberg, Kjell Elenius, A. Roxström, S. Nordholm, S. Nordebo, I. Claesson, B. Waernulf, K. Eke

Applications of speech technology in vehicles
Martin Abbott, Charles Bateman

Speech input/output as interface devices for communication between aircraft pilots and the pilot assistant system "GASSY"
M. Gerlach, R. Onken

PAROLE: a vocal dialogue system for air traffic control training
F. Marque, S. K. Bennacef, Francoise Néel, S. Trinh

D.i.v.a. (DIalogue vocal pour aeronef) performances in simulated aircraft cockpit environments
Dominique Pastor, Christian Gulli

The effect of an oxygen mask on automatic speech recognition
Herman J. M. Steeneken, J. G. van Velden

Using speech recognition for dictation and other large vocabulary applications
Janet M. Baker

Speech interfaces for computer systems: experience with an automatic dictation system
R. A. Sharman

The applications and implications of speech recognition in the professional and executive office
Michael Pettman

The IBM speech server series and its applications in europe
A. M. Derouault, E. Keppel, S. Fusi, J. C. Marcadet, E. Janke

Multimodal dialogues make feature phones easier to use
Thomas Falck, Stephan Gamm, Anja Kerner

SPELL: a pronunciation training device based on speech technology
Steven Hiller, Edmund Rooney, Jean-Paul Lefevre, Mervyn Jack

Strain is such a pain
Naomi Love

Speech recognition in the rehabilitation of mobility-impaired persons
Burkhard Schütte

The computer aided learning enhancement project (CALE)
Christine Cheepen, James Monaghan

Usability analysis of intelligent dialogues for automated telephone services
Mervyn A. Jack, J. C. Foster, F. W. Stentiford

Conversations with a spoken dialogue system: findings from Wizard of Oz simulations
C. MacDermid

Speech and multimodal interface: the case of ICPdraw
Jean Caelen

Integrated application of low bit rate coding and text-to-speech synthesis for intelligent telecommunications services
Géza Németh, Attila Tihanyi, Gábor Olaszy, József Gátmezei

A concept for the synthesis of names
Karim Belhoula

From an event to a conceptual graph to interpret in a multimodal context
Frédéric Azémard, Jean-Pierre Macchion

STANDIA: an intelligent voice-activated switchboard. design and ergonomic study
Marie-Francoise Castaing, Dominique Truc-Martini

Voice dialling by name in a PBX environment
A. Ciaramella, D. Clementino, L. Fissore, R. Pacifici, S. Sperti

A knowledge-based approach towards operative multintodal dialogues: MELODIA experiment
Xavier Pouteau, Bertrand Gaiffe, Jean-Marie Pierrel

A voice interactive educational system
D. Tambakas, G. Epitropakis, Nikos Fakotakis, George Kokkinakis

Towards successful and usable multimodal applications using speech technology
Jean-Claude Junqua, Philippe Morin

An overview on recogniser testing activities performed in CSELT
F. Canavesio, G. Castagneri, G. Di Fabbrizio, F. Senia

Improvement of unrestricted text synthesis by the linguistic preprocessing tool: TEXOR
Daniel Cotto

Speech versus keying: a human factors study
Robert I. Damper, S. D. Wood

Generation and synthesis of broadcast messages
Lori F. Lamel, Jean-Luc Gauvain, B. Prouts, C. Bouhier, R. Boesch

How voice technology is changing popular application software
John C. Mitchell

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