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First European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology

Paris, France
27-29 September 1989
doi: 10.21437/Eurospeech.1989

Speech Recognition: Connectionist Network

Multilayer perceptron architectures for data compression tasks
Pascal Blanchet

Analysis of a neural network model for speech recognition
Steve Renals, Jonathan Dalby

Self-organizing boolean networks for speech recognition
Stefano Patarnello, Stefano Scarei

New backpropagation algorithm using quadratic potential functions, and an experiment on isolated word recognition
Enric Monte, Eduardo Lleida, Jose B. Marino

Transient map method in stop consonant discrimination
Jari Kangas, Teuvo Kohonen

Filtering a phonetic lattice with a connexionnist network
M.-H. Caharel, Laurent Miclet

Explicit knowledge and neural networks for speech recognition
R. Bulot, P. Nocera

Experiments with time delay networks and dynamic time warping for speaker independent isolated digits recognition
L. Bottou, F. Fogelman Soulie, Pascal Blanchet, Jean-Sylvain Lienard

Semi-automatic phonemic labelling of speech data using a self-organising neural network
Paul Dalsgaard

Recognition of continuous speech using neural nets and expert system
Anders Baekgaard, Paul Dalsgaard

Phoneme recognition expert system using spectrogram reading knowledge and neural networks
Yasuhiro Komori, Kaichiro Hatazaki, Takaharu Tanaka, Takeshi Kawabata, Kiyohiro Shikano

Fast back-propagation learning methods for large phonemic neural networks
P. Haffner, Alex Waibel, H. Sawai, Kiyohiro Shikano

Phoneme classification by boolean networks
Richard Rohwer, David Cressy

Using self-organizing maps and multi-layered feed-forward nets to obtain phonemic transcriptions of spoken utterances
Mikko Kokkonen, Kari Torkkola

Automatic phonetic feature labelling of continuous speech
Mark A. Huckvale, I. S. Howard, William J. Barry

Applications: Designing an Application

The effect of feedback on oomposition rate using a simulated listening typewriter
K. E. P. Carter, S. Gookson, A. F. Newell, J. L. Arnott, R. Dye

Analysis of two algorithms for telephone speech recognition
Benjamin Chigier, Erik Urdang, Judith Spitz

The sensitivity of speech recognisers to speaker variability and speaker variation
T. Thomas, J. Peckham, E. Frangoulis, J. Cove

Automatic diagnostic and assessment procedures for the comparison and optimisation of time encoded speech (TES) DVI systems
V. V. Vu, R. A. King

A comparison of the performance of "normal" and "whispered" speech with simple time encoded digital speech (TES) direct voice input (DVI) systems in a tactical military environment
R. D. Hughes, R. A. King

Automatic evaluation of English pronunciation based on speech recognition techniques
Hiroshi Hamada, Satoshi Miki, Ryohei Nakatsu

Objective evaluation of word pronunciation by filter-band analysis
Mark J. Bakkum, Reinier Plomp, Louis C. W. Pols

Paralanguage and human-computer dialogue
R. G. Leiser, S. E. Avons

Speech dialogue systems - state of the art and selected applications
Klaus Fellbaum, Rainer Heinstein, Helmut Loebner

Characterization of a large vocabulary isolated words and continuous speech recognizer
Alberto Ciaramella, Davide Clementino, Roberto Pacifici

Automating operator-assisted calls using speech recognition
Thomas B. Schalk

The texas-instruments PC-based speech vocabulary development system makes it even easier to put speech into applications
G. Murillo, G. Benbassat, Y. Masse

An efficient VQ code search algorithm using signal continuity
Yutaka Kobayashi, Yasuhisa Niimi

Signal Processing: Acoustics, Noise, and Enhancement

A novel approach for degraded speech recognition
Xixian Chen, Changnian Cai

An algorithm for time-scaling of speech signal
S.T. Jovicic, P. Randelovid

Pitch determination algorithms for speech and their implementation using a high performance single chip digital signal processor
M. R. Varley, R. J. Simpson, T. J. Terrell

Analysis of short time speech segments based on linear prediction
B. Yegnanarayana, K. V. Madhu Murthy

Non-uniform RFT filterbank design for speech processing
F. J. Owens, M. S. Murphy

The use of the LPC residual error autocorrelation to pitch period extraction
Josef Psutka

Snorri: an interactive tool for speech analysis
Dominique Fohr, Yves Laprie

Improving formant bandwidth estimation by selective lag windowing
M. Fikri, M. F. Aou-El-Yazid, M. R. El-Ghonemy

A real-time FIR-based felterbank, as the acoustic front end of a speech recognizer
Paul van Alphen, Louis C. W. Pols

Multirate Gaussian scale-space filtering
Kari-Pekka Estola

Speech enhancement for hearing aids in noisy environment
A. Farassopoulos, A. Farassopoulos-Gerber

Noise reduction of speech by neural networks and vector quantization
Kazuo Nakata, Akihiko Sugiura

Vocal tract area estimation - extending the wakita inverse filter
Ronan Scaife

Automatic speech recognition in a noisy environment
Hans-Günter Hirsch, Hans-Wilhelm Rühl

A computationally inexpensive algorithm for enhancing speech disturbed by coloured noise
P. Gehrenbeck

Speech recognition in noisy environments with the aid of microphone arrays
Dirk Van Compernolle, Weiye Ma, Marc Van Diest

An auditory based approach for echo compensation with modulation filtering
Martin F. Schlang

Speech Analysis: Segmentation and Labelling

Continuous speech phoneme segmentation method based on the instantaneous frequency
A. Tsopanoglou, J. Mourjopoulos, George Kokkinakis

Phoneme segmentation of speech, based on temporal decomposition using band filter spectra and phonetic rules
E. J. M. van Mierlo, E. Blaauw, Gerrit Bloothooft

Automatic segmentation of Spanish speech into syllables
Asunción Moreno, P. Armas, Jose B. Marino, E. Masgrau

Multi-level segmentation of natural continuous speech using different auditory front-ends
Helge B. D. Sorensen, Paul Dalsgaard

A multi-level automatic segmentation system: SAPHO and VERIPHONE
C. Dours, M. de Calmes, H. Kabre, J. M. Pecarte, Guy Perennou, Nadine Vigouroux

Comparison of temporal and frequential methods of speech data base labelling
Guy Perennou, Nadine Vigouroux, Louis-Jean Boe, Geneviève Caelen-Haumont, Denis Autesserre, Dominique Fohr

A unified approach to the labelling of speech: first multilingual results
A. van Erp, C. G. J. Houben, William J. Barry, Martine Grice, Louis-Jean Boe, G. Braun, Piero Cosi, N. Dyhr, Guy Perennou, Nadine Vigouroux, Denis Autesserre

Hill climbing to improve the performance of rule-based segmentation and labelling
Henry S. Thompson

An approach for automatic determination of break points in the speech waveform
S. Seidl, R. Poirier

Manner-based labelling of speech signal using total energy profile
A. K. Datta

Automatic labelling of speech using an acoustic-phonetic knowledge base
C. G. J. Houben

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Speech Recognition: Subword Units in ASR

Language Processing: Semantic Oriented Language Analysis

Speech Analysis: Prosody

Perception: Segmental

Speech Recognition: Systems

Speech Synthesis: Techniques and Applications

Speech Recognition: HMM

Perception: Auditory Processing

Speech Recognition: Robust Recognition and Speaker Recognition

Speech Coding: Coders Design and Evaluation

Speech Recognition: Connectionist Network

Speech Synthesis: Voice Source and Prosody

Speech Recognition: Tools for Feature-Based Phonetic Recognition

Language Processing: Written Language Analysis

Applications: Designing an Application

Speech Analysis: Miscellaneous

Speech Recognition: Prosody and Lexical Access in Knowledge-Based Recognition

Applications: Applications and Specialized Devices

Signal Processing: Acoustics, Noise, and Enhancement

Speech Recognition: Large Vocabulary and Multilingual Aspects

Speech Synthesis: Methods

Signal Processing: Miscellaneous

Language Processing: Speech-Oriented Language Analysis

Speech Analysis: Segmentation and Labelling

Perceptual Aspects of Prosody and Voice Quality

Speech Recognition: Miscellaneous

Speech Recognition0: Recognition of Phonetic Units


Assessment: Speech Recognition

Speech Analysis: Duration

Speech Coding: LPC Parameters Evaluation

Phonological Variants

Speech Recognition: Algorithms and Models

Speech Production

Speech Analysis: Voice Quality

Speech Coding: Techniques for Narrowband Coding

Speech Synthesis: Systems

Language Processing: Human Factors, Psychology, and Human-Machine Dialogue

Speech Recognition: Knowledge-Based Phonetic Recognition Systems

Assessment: Speech Synthesis

Speech Analysis: Formants

Perception: Syllable and Timing

Applications: Aids to the Handicapped