Speech Production in Automatic Speech Recognition (SPASR-2013)

Lyon, France
August 30, 2013



Bibliographic Reference

[SPASR-2013] Speech Production in Automatic Speech Recognition (SPASR-2013), ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/spasr_2013


Introduction to the Workshop



Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Andrew   Arora   Badino   Bharadwaj   Bilmes   de Boer   Boves   Canevari   Cranen   DENBY   Dias   van Doremalen   ESPY-WILSON   Fadiga   Fosler-Lussier   Freitas   Ghosh   Hasegawa-Johnson (24)   Hasegawa-Johnson (56)   Juneja   Jyothi   Keshet   Kim, Jangwon (34)   Kim, Jangwon (40)   Kim, Yoon-Chul   Lammert   Lee   Li   Livescu (56)   Livescu (58)   Magimai-Doss   Metta   NARAYANAN (1)   Narayanan (16)   Narayanan (34)   Narayanan (40)   Nayak   Prabhavalkar   Proctor   Räsänen   Ramanarayanan   Rasilo   Rasipuram   RICHMOND   RUDZICZ   Scharenborg   Schuppler   van Segbroeck   Tang   Teixeira   Toutios  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors, in CAPITAL letters to keynote and invited papers. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts. Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.



Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Invited Talks

Narayanan, Shrikanth S.: "Measuring and using speech production information".

Espy-Wilson, Carol: "The invariant property of gestures".

Rudzicz, Frank: "Completing the noisy circuit - systems of feedback in models of dysarthria".

Richmond, Korin: "On measuring and estimating speech articulation".

Denby, Bruce: "Down with sound - the story of silent speech".

Poster Session

Schuppler, Barbara / Doremalen, Joost van / Scharenborg, Odette / Cranen, Bert / Boves, Lou: "The challenge of manner classification in conversational speech", 11-15.

Ramanarayanan, Vikram / Segbroeck, Maarten Van / Narayanan, Shrikanth S.: "On the nature of data-driven primitive representations of speech articulation", 16-21.

Magimai-Doss, Mathew / Rasipuram, Ramya: "On using articulatory features in posterior-based ASR system: representation, estimation and integration", 22-23.

Juneja, Amit / Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark: "Experiments on context awareness and phone error propagation in human and machine speech recognition", 24-28.

Canevari, Claudia / Badino, Leonardo / Fadiga, Luciano / Metta, Giorgio: "Cross-corpus and cross-linguistic evaluation of a speaker-dependent DNN-HMM ASR system using EMA data", 29-33.

Li, Ming / Lammert, Adam / Kim, Jangwon / Ghosh, Prasanta Kumar / Narayanan, Shrikanth S.: "Automatic classification of palatal and pharyngealwall shape categories from speech acoustics and inverted articulatory signals", 34-39.

Kim, Yoon-Chul / Kim, Jangwon / Proctor, Michael / Toutios, Asterios / Nayak, Krishna / Lee, Sungbok / Narayanan, Shrikanth S.: "Toward automatic vocal tract area function estimation from accelerated three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging", 40-43.

Freitas, João / Teixeira, António / Dias, Miguel Sales: "Multimodal silent speech interface based on video, depth, surface electromyography and ultrasonic Doppler: data collection and first recognition results", 44-49.

Rasilo, Heikki / Räsänen, Okko / Boer, Bart de: "Virtual infant’s online acquisition of vowel categories and their mapping between dissimilar bodies", 50-55.

Andrew, Galen / Arora, Raman / Bharadwaj, Sujeeth / Bilmes, Jeff / Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark / Livescu, Karen: "Using articulatory measurements to learn better acoustic features", 56-57.

Fosler-Lussier, Eric / Jyothi, Preethi / Keshet, Joseph / Livescu, Karen / Prabhavalkar, Rohit / Tang, Hao: "Discriminative learning with latent articulatory variables", 58-59.