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ICASSP
2009
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
The use of acoustically detected filled and silent pauses in spontaneous speech recognition
In recognizing spontaneous speech, the performance of typical speech recognizers tends to be degraded by filled and silent pauses, which are hesitation phenomena frequently occur...
Jun Ogata, Masataka Goto, Katunobu Itou
ICASSP
2009
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Formant-based technique for automatic filled-pause detection in spontaneous spoken english
Detection of filled pauses is a challenging research problem which has several practical applications. It can be used to evaluate the spoken fluency skills of the speaker, to im...
Kartik Audhkhasi, Kundan Kandhway, Om Deshmukh, As...
ICASSP
2011
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Acoustic model training for non-audible murmur recognition using transformed normal speech data
In this paper we present a novel approach to acoustic model training for non-audible murmur (NAM) recognition using normal speech data transformed into NAM data. NAM is extremely ...
Denis Babani, Tomoki Toda, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiy...
RIVF
2007
9 years 11 months ago
Thai Speech Keyword Spotting using Heterogeneous Acoustic Modeling
This paper illustrates the use of acoustic modeling of spoken dialog systems. One major problem with using speech three different structures, including syllables, fillers and recog...
S. Tangruamsub, Proadpran Punyabukkana, Atiwong Su...
ISNN
2011
Springer
9 years 1 months ago
Robust Multi-stream Keyword and Non-linguistic Vocalization Detection for Computationally Intelligent Virtual Agents
Abstract. Systems for keyword and non-linguistic vocalization detection in conversational agent applications need to be robust with respect to background noise and different speak...
Martin Wöllmer, Erik Marchi, Stefano Squartin...
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