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ETRW on Speech Technology in Language Learning

Marholmen, Sweden
25-27 May 1998

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Second-language learning: the role of subject and phonetic variables
James Emil Flege

An intelligent tutor for the acquisition of French pronunciation within the communicative approach to language learning. the secondary and tertiary solutions
Philippe Delcloque, Claire Campbell

A proficiency-oriented analysis of computer assisted language learning
Kathleen B. Egan, Anita H. Kulman

Can language learners ever acquire the intonation of a second language?
Ineke Mennen

Applications of speech recognition in the primary school classroom
Julie L Wallace, Martin Russel, Catherine Brown, Adrian Shilling

Language-specific pronunciation training using the hearsay system
Jonathan Dalby, Diane Kewley-Port, Roy Sillings

Research in speech processing for breton language training
Jean-Pierre Messager, Herve Gourmelon, Guy Mercier, Jacques Siroux

A signal processing technique for speech visualization
A. Álvarez, R. Martinez, P. Gómez, J. L. Domínguez

Is automatic speech recognition ready for non-native speech? a data collection effort and initial experiments in modeling conversational Hispanic English
William Byrne, Eva Knodt, Sanjeev Khudanpur, Jared Bernstein

Automatic detection of mispronunciation in non-native Swedish speech
Philippe Langlais, Anne-Marie Öster, Björn Granström

The use of prosody for acquisition of Japanese mora-timing by English speakers
Mariko Kondo

Automatic prosody modification as a means for foreign language pronunciation training
Anna Sundström

Models of Australian English vowels for commercial visual feedback systems
J. van Doorn, J. Shakeshaft, A. Winkworth, L. Hand, S. Joshi

Prosodic modeling for automatic language tutors
Rodolfo Delmonte

Webgrader(TM): a multilingual pronunciation practice tool
Leonardo Neumeyer, Horacio Franco, Victor Abrash, Luc Julia, Orith Ronen, Harry Bratt, Jehan Bing, Vassilis Digalakis, Marikka Rypa

An interactive dialog system for learning Japanese
Jim Meador, Farzad Ehsani, Kathleen Egan, Steve Stokowski

Vowel and intonation training in an English pronunciation tutor
Stefan Auberg, Nelson Correa, Martin Rothenberg, Mark Shanahan

A call system using speech recognition to teach the pronunciation of Japanese tokushuhaku
Goh Kawai, Keikichi Hirose

The fluency pronunciation trainer
Maxine Eskenazi, Scott Hansma

How can speech technology replicate and complement good language teachers to help people learn language?
Patti Price

Modeling intra-word pauses in pronunciation scoring
Horacio Franco, Leonardo Neumeyer, Harry Bratt

Evaluation and training of second-language learners' pronunciation using phoneme-based HMMs
Bob Sevenster, Guus de Krom, Gerrit Bloothooft

Automatic pronunciation grading for dutch
Catia Cucchiarini, Helmer Strik, Lou Boves

Performance measures for phone-level pronunciation teaching in call
S. M. Witt, Steve J. Young

The accent coach: an English pronunciation training system for Japanese speakers
Stefan Auberg, Nelson Correa, Victoria Locktionova, Richard Molitor, Martin Rothenberg

Methods of enhancing speech stimuli for perceptual training: exaggerated articulation, context truncation, and "STRAIGHT" re-synthesis
John S. Pruitt, Hideki Kawahara, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, Rieko Kubo

Toward the optimization of computer-based second language production training
Reiko Akahane-Yamada, Takahiro Adachi, Hideki Kawahara, John S. Pruitt, Erik McDermott

International foreign accent: speech technology and foreign language teaching
Matthias Jilka, Gregor Möhler

The effect of cue-enhancement on consonant perception by non-native listeners: preliminary results
Valerie Hazan, A. Simpson

Enhancing speech perception of Japanese learners of English utilizing time-scale modification of speech and related techniques
K. Nakayama, K. Tomita-Nakayama, M. Misaki

A multi-modal software interface for teaching phonetic transcription
S. Ciocea, M. Dufranne, Jean Schoentgen, R. Beeckmans

Lingus - a general purpose computer aided language learning system which could serve as a platform for the implementation of speech analysis tools
Hakan Larsson

Stress: an augmented articulatory effort
Asoke Kumar Datta

The efficacy of computer-driven visual feedback in the teaching of intonation to brazilian learners of English
Paulina Dalva Artimonte Rocca

Teaching aspirated stops of English to arab speakers: technological vs. conventional methods
Daan Wissing, Johann van der Walt

An audio-visual speech synthesiser
N. M. Brooke, S. D. Scott

Evaluation tests on visual feedback in speech and language learning
Jan Nouza, Jana Mádlíková

Second language perception and the concept of foreign accent
Robert McAllister

Multi-sensory stimulation of voice, speech and sounds from surroundings in hard of hearing preschool children
Ingrid Jonsson

Intelligent animated agents for interactive language training
Ron Cole, Tim Carmell, Pom Connors, Mike Macon, Johan Wouters, Jacques de Villiers, Alice Tarachow, Dominic Massaro, Michael Cohen, Jonas Beskow, Jie Yang, Uwe Meier, Alex Waibel, Pat Stone, George Fortier, Alice Davis, Chris Soland

Towards the use of a virtual talking head and of speech mapping tools for pronunciation training
Pierre Badin, Gérard Bailly, Louis-Jean Boe

Visible speech and its potential value for speech training for hearing-impaired perceivers
Dominic W. Massaro, Michael M. Cohen

New uses for speech technology in language education
Jared Bernstein

Estimation of spoken language proficiency
Brent Townshend, Jared Bernstein, Ognjen Todic, Eryk Warren

A CSLUrp-based spoken dialogue system for teaching English as a foreign language
Sarah Davies, Massimo Poesio

The applicability of speech recognition in the context of task-based language learning for young children
Mieke Devlieger

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