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2010
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Similarity and familiarity: Second language sentence recognition in first- and second-language multi-talker babble
The intelligibility of speech in noisy environments depends not only on the functionality of listeners' peripheral auditory systems, but also on cognitive factors such as the...
Kristin J. Van Engen
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2010
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Non-native speech perception in adverse conditions: A review
If listening in adverse conditions is hard, then listening in a foreign language is doubly so: non-native listeners have to cope with both imperfect signals and imperfect knowledg...
Maria Luisa Garcia Lecumberri, Martin Cooke, Anne ...
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2010
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Native and non-native listeners' perception of English consonants in different types of noise
This paper shows that the effect of different types of noise on recognition of different phonemes by native versus non-native listeners is highly variable, even within classes of ...
Mirjam Broersma, Odette Scharenborg
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2010
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Non-native durational patterns decrease speech intelligibility
In native speech, durational patterns convey linguistically relevant phenomena such as phrase structure, lexical stress, rhythm, and word boundaries. The lower intelligibility of ...
Hugo Quené, L. E. van Delft
SPEECH
2010
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Long story short - Global unsupervised models for keyphrase based meeting summarization
act 11 We analyze and compare two different methods for unsupervised extractive spontaneous speech summarization in the meeting 12 domain. Based on utterance comparison, we introdu...
Korbinian Riedhammer, Benoît Favre, Dilek Ha...
SPEECH
2010
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Which words are hard to recognize? Prosodic, lexical, and disfluency factors that increase speech recognition error rates
Despite years of speech recognition research, little is known about which words tend to be misrecognized and why. Previous work has shown that errors increase for infrequent words...
Sharon Goldwater, Daniel Jurafsky, Christopher D. ...
SPEECH
2010
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Speech face perception is locked to anticipation in speech production
Emilie Troille, Marie-Agnès Cathiard, Chris...
SPEECH
2010
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Automatic intonation assessment for computer aided language learning
In this paper the nature and relevance of the information provided by intonation is discussed in the framework of second language learning. As a consequence, an automatic intonati...
Juan Pablo Arias, Néstor Becerra Yoma, Hira...
SPEECH
2010
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Uncertainty decoding on Frequency Filtered parameters for robust ASR
Jesús Vicente-Peña, Fernando D&iacut...
SPEECH
2010
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The Nijmegen Corpus of Casual French
This article describes the preparation, recording and orthographic transcription of a new speech corpus, the Nijmegen Corpus of Casual French (NCCFr). The corpus contains a total ...
Francisco Torreira, Martine Adda-Decker, Mirjam Er...
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