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INTERSPEECH
2010
9 years 5 months ago
Investigating articulatory setting - pauses, ready position, and rest - using real-time MRI
We present a novel automatic procedure to analyze articulatory setting (AS) or basis of articulation using realtime magnetic resonance images (rt-MRI) of the human vocal tract rec...
Vikram Ramanarayanan, Dani Byrd, Louis Goldstein, ...
PRL
2002
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9 years 10 months ago
A hierarchical tag-graph search scheme with layered grammar rules for spontaneous speech understanding
It has always been difficult for language understanding systems to handle spontaneous speech with satisfactory robustness, primarily due to such problems as the fragments, disflue...
Bor-shen Lin, Berlin Chen, Hsin-Min Wang, Lin-Shan...
COLING
2002
9 years 10 months ago
Morphological Analysis of the Spontaneous Speech Corpus
This paper describes a project tagging a spontaneous speech corpus with morphological information such as word segmentation and parts-ofspeech. We use a morphological analysis sys...
Kiyotaka Uchimoto, Chikashi Nobata, Atsushi Yamada...
NAACL
1994
9 years 11 months ago
Recent Improvements in the CMU Spoken Language Understanding System
We have been developing a spoken language system to recognize and understand spontaneous speech. It is difficult for such systems to achieve good coverage of the lexicon and gramm...
Wayne Ward, Sunil Issar
COLING
1994
9 years 11 months ago
A Grammar And A Parser For Spontaneous Speech
This paper classifies distinctive phenomena occurring in Japanese spontaneous speech, and proposes a grammar and processing techniques for handling them. Parsers using a grammar f...
Mikio Nakano, Akira Shimazu, Kiyoshi Kogure
COLING
1996
9 years 11 months ago
Research on Architectures for Integrated Speech/Language Systems in Verbmobil
The German joint research project Verbmobil (VM) aims at the deveh)pment of a speech to speech translation system. This paper reports on research done in our group which belongs t...
Günther Görz, Marcus Kesseler, Jörg...
COLING
1996
9 years 11 months ago
Parsing spoken language without syntax
Parsing spontaneous speech is a difficult task because of the ungrammatical nature of most spoken utterances. To overpass this problem, we propose in this paper to handle the spok...
Jean-Yves Antoine
NAACL
2004
9 years 11 months ago
Detecting Structural Metadata with Decision Trees and Transformation-Based Learning
The regular occurrence of disfluencies is a distinguishing characteristic of spontaneous speech. Detecting and removing such disfluencies can substantially improve the usefulness ...
Joungbum Kim, Sarah E. Schwarm, Mari Ostendorf
HCI
2001
9 years 11 months ago
Modeling spontaneous speech events during recognition
In spontaneous speech, speakers segment their speech into intonational phrases, and make repairs to what they are saying. However, techniques for understanding spontaneous speech ...
Peter A. Heeman
LREC
2008
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9 years 11 months ago
The LECTRA Corpus - Classroom Lecture Transcriptions in European Portuguese
This paper describes the corpus of university lectures that has been recorded in European Portuguese, and some of the recognition experiments we have done with it. The highly spec...
Isabel Trancoso, Rui Martins, Helena Moniz, Ana Is...
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