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Advances in speech and language technologies for iberian languages [electronic resource] : IberSPEECH 2012 Conference, Madrid, Spain, November 21-23, 2012, proceedings /

Doroteo Torre Toledano ... [et al.] (eds.).

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Names: Torre Toledano, Doroteo.
Published: Heidelberg ; Springer, c2012.
Series: Communications in computer and information science ; 328.
Topics: Natural language processing (Computer science) - Congresses. | Iberian language - Data processing - Congresses. | Speech processing systems - Congresses.
Genres: Electronic books.
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245 10|aAdvances in speech and language technologies for iberian languages|h[electronic resource] :|bIberSPEECH 2012 Conference, Madrid, Spain, November 21-23, 2012, proceedings /|cDoroteo Torre Toledano ... [et al.] (eds.).
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300 |a1 online resource.
490 1 |aCommunications in computer and information science ;|v328
500 |aInternational conference proceedings.
500 |aIncludes author index.
505 00|gPart 1.|tSpeaker Characterization and Recognition --|tReliability Estimation of the Speaker Verification Decisions Using Bayesian Networks to Combine Information from Multiple Speech Quality Measures /|rJesús Villalba, Eduardo Lleida, Alfonso Ortega and Antonio Miguel --|tOn the use of Total Variability and Probabilistic Linear Discriminant Analysis for Speaker Verification on Short Utterances /|rJavier González Domínguez, Rubén Zazo and Joaquin González-Rodríguez --|tCepstral Trajectories in Linguistic Units for Text-Independent Speaker Recognition /|rJavier Franco-Pedroso, Fernando Espinoza-Cuadros and Joaquin Gonzalez-Rodriguez --|tImproving the Quality of Standard GMM-Based Voice Conversion Systems by Considering Physically Motivated Linear Transformations /|rTudor-Cătălin Zorilă, Daniel Erro and Inma Hernaez --|tEvaluation of a New Beam-Search Formant Tracking Algorithm in Noisy Environments /|rDayana Ribas González, José Enrique García Laínez, Antonio Miguel, Alfonso Ortega Gimenez and Eduardo Lleida, et al..
505 80|gPart 2.|tAudio and Speech Segmentation --|tOn the Influence of Automatic Segmentation and Clustering in Automatic Speech Recognition /|rPaula Lopez-Otero, Laura Docio-Fernandez, Carmen Garcia-Mateo and Antonio Cardenal-Lopez --|tPreliminary Results of Alignment of Text and Audio in News and Songs /|rDarwin Patricio Córdova Lucero and Doroteo Torre Toledano --|tAligning Very Long Speech Signals to Bilingual Transcriptions of Parliamentary Sessions /|rGermán Bordel, Mikel Penagarikano, Luis Javier Rodríguez-Fuentes and María Amparo Varona Fernández --|tFactor Analysis Segmentation and Classification in Broadcast News Domain /|rDiego Castán, Alfonso Ortega Giménez and Eduardo Lleida --|tProsodic and Phonetic Features for Speaking Styles Classification and Detection /|rArlindo Veiga, Dirce Celorico, Jorge Proença, Sara Candeias and Fernando Perdigão.
505 80|gPart 3.|tPathology Detection and Speech Characterization --|tVoice Pathology Detection on the Saarbrücken Voice Database with Calibration and Fusion of Scores Using MultiFocal Toolkit /|rDavid Martínez, Eduardo Lleida, Alfonso Ortega, Antonio Miguel and Jesús Villalba --|tScore Level versus Audio Level Fusion for Voice Pathology Detection on the Saarbrücken Voice Database /|rDavid Martínez, Eduardo Lleida, Alfonso Ortega and Antonio Miguel --|tUsing HMM to Detect Speakers with Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome /|rAna Montero Benavides, José Luis Blanco, Alejandra Fernández, Rubén Fernandez Pozo and Doroteo Torre Toledano, et al. --|tAcoustic Analysis of European Portuguese Oral Vowels Produced by Children /|rCatarina Oliveira, Maria Manuel Cunha, Samuel Silva, António Teixeira and Pedro Sá-Couto --|tImpact of Age in ASR for the Elderly: Preliminary Experiments in European Portuguese /|rThomas Pellegrini, Isabel Trancoso, Annika Hämäläinen, António Calado and Miguel Sales Dias, et al..
505 80|gPart 4.|tDialogue and Multimodal Systems --|tMutual Information and Perplexity Based Clustering of Dialogue Information for Dynamic Adaptation of Language Models /|rJuan Manuel Lucas-Cuesta, Fernando Fernández-Martínez, Tirso Moreno and Javier Ferreiros --|tA Multilingual SLU System Based on Semantic Decoding of Graphs of Words /|rMarcos Calvo, Lluís-F. Hurtado, Fernando García and Emilio Sanchís --|tMerging Intention and Emotion to Develop Adaptive Dialogue Systems /|rZoraida Callejas, David Griol and Ramón López-Cózar Delgado --|tLanguage Technology for Handwritten Text Recognition /|rAlejandro H. Toselli, Nicolás Serrano, Adrià Giménez-Pastor, Ihab Khoury and Alfons Juan, et al. --|tCharacter-Based Handwritten Text Recognition of Multilingual Documents /|rMiguel A. del Agua, Nicolás Serrano, Jorge Civera and Alfons Juan.
505 80|gPart 5.|tRobustness in Automatic Speech Recognition --|tA Robust Pitch Extractor Based on DTW Lines and CASA with Application in Noisy Speech Recognition /|rJuan A. Morales-Cordovilla, Pablo Cabañas-Molero, Antonio M. Peinado and Victoria Sánchez --|tSpeech Denoising Using Non-negative Matrix Factorization with Kullback-Leibler Divergence and Sparseness Constraints /|rJimmy Ludeña-Choez and Ascensión Gallardo-Antolín --|tMMSE Feature Reconstruction Based on an Occlusion Model for Robust ASR /|rJosé A. González, Antonio M. Peinado and Ángel M. Gómez --|tAutomatic Speech Recognition Based on Ultrasonic Doppler Sensing for European Portuguese /|rJoão Freitas, António Teixeira, Francisco Vaz and Miguel Sales Dias.
505 80|gPart 6.|tApplications of Speech and Language Technologies --|tIntegrating a State-of-the-Art ASR System into the Opencast Matterhorn Platform /|rJuan Daniel Valor Miró, Alejandro Pérez González de Martos, Jorge Civera and Alfons Juan --|tSpeech Reconstruction by Sparse Linear Prediction /|rJán Koloda, Antonio M. Peinado and Victoria Sánchez --|tSteganographic Pulse-Based Recovery for Robust ACELP Transmission over Erasure Channels /|rDomingo López-Oller, Angel M. Gomez, José Luis Pérez Córdoba, Bernd Geiser and Peter Vary --|tA Proposal for a Visual Speech Animation System for European Portuguese /|rJosé Serra, Manuel Ribeiro, João Freitas, Verónica Orvalho and Miguel Sales Dias --|tOnline Learning of Log-Linear Weights in Interactive Machine Translation /|rFrancisco-Javier López-Salcedo, Germán Sanchis-Trilles and Francisco Casacuberta.
506 1 |aAccess restricted to current Chicago State University students, faculty and staff.
520 |aThis volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Spanish Conference, IberSPEECH 2012: Joint VII "Jornadas en Tecnolog.a del Habla" and III Iberian SLTech Workshop, held in Madrid, Spain, in November 21-23, 2012. The 29 revised papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 80 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on speaker characterization and recognition; audio and speech segmentation; pathology detection and speech characterization; dialogue and multimodal systems; robustness in automatic speech recognition; applications of speech and language technologies.
588 |aDescription based on print version record.
650 0|aNatural language processing (Computer science)|vCongresses.
650 0|aIberian language|xData processing|vCongresses.
650 0|aSpeech processing systems|vCongresses.
655 0|aElectronic books.
700 1 |aTorre Toledano, Doroteo.|4edt
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856 40|3SpringerLink Computer Science (ebooks)|u|zavailable only to CSU students, faculty and staff. Click here to access.

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