Workshop on the Auditory Basis of Speech Perception

Keele University, UK
July 15-19, 1996



Bibliographic Reference

[ABSP-1996] Auditory Basis of Speech Perception, Keele, UK, July 15-19, 1996, ed. by William A. Ainsworth and Steve Greenberg, ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/absp_96



Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Adams   Ambikairajah   Anderson   Baer   Baghai-Ravary   Beet   Berthommier (170)   Berthommier (212)   Berthommier (222)   Boda   Bodden   Bonneau   Boves   Brown   Campbell (241)   Campbell (253)   Cariani   Carlyon   Cheveigné   CLARK   Cooke (174)   COOKE (186)   Cooke (297)   Cosi   Damper   Darlington   Delgutte   Deng   Denham   Dinse   Dobrin   Drullman   Ellis   Faulkner   Formby   Francis   Geurts   Ghitza   Glasberg   Gore   Gósy   Govaerts   Green   GREENBERG   HACKNEY   Hansen (79)   Hansen (232)   Harnad   Heil   Hienz   Hirahara   Hoffmann   Immerseel   Janker   Jones   Kawahara   Keeton   Kewley-Port   Klasmeyer   Kollmeier (79)   Kollmeier (232)   Langner   Lauter   Li   Lippmann   López-Bascuas   Lublinskaja   Mashari   May   McCabe   Meddis   Meyer   Moore   Morris   Mousset   O'Mard   PALMER   Palooran   Patterson   Peeters   Perdigao   Pind   POLS (17)   Pols (166)   Pont (61)   Pont (65)   Pont (110)   Pont (283)   Pont (321)   Prell   Rateitschek   Riquimaroux   Rosen   Sá_Marta   SACHS   Sams   Schreiner (45)   Schreiner (127)   Schulze   Sheikhzadeh   Sherlock   Skljarov   Smoorenburg   Sondhi   SUGA   Sundaramoorthy   Todd   Varin   Veth   Vickers   Vieira_de_Sá   Warren   Westendorf   Wieringen (166)   Wieringen (265)   Wittkop   Wong, Chen Pang   Wong, Kien Seng   Wong, S. W.   Woods   Wouters   Zovato  

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



Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Overview of the Workshop's Key Themes

Greenberg, Steven: "Understanding speech understanding: towards a unified theory of speech perception", 1-8.

Hackney, Carole M.: "From cochlea to cortex: a simple anatomical description", 9-16.

Pols, Louis C. W.: "Analysis and perception of dynamic events and of reduction phenomena in speech", 17-22.

Clark, Graeme M.: "Cochlear implant speech processing for severely-to-profoundly deaf people", 23-30.

Suga, Nobuo: "Basic acoustic patterns and neural mechanisms shared by humans and animals for auditory perception: a neuroethologist's view", 31-38.

Anatomy and Physiology of the Auditory System as it Pertains to Speech

Adams, Joe C.: "Neural circuits in the human auditory brainstem", 39-44.

Dinse, Hubert R. / Schreiner, Christoph E.: "Dynamic frequency tuning of cat auditory cortical neurons: specific adaptations to the processing of complex sounds?", 45-48.

Palmer, A. R.: "Low-level processing of speech sounds in the auditory nervous system", 49-56.

Riquimaroux, Hiroshi: "Processing of sound sequence in the auditory cortex", 57-60.

Wong, Chen Pang / Pont, Michael J.: "Automatic selection of parameters for a computer simulation of extracellular auditory nerve fibre activity", 61-64.

Wong, Kien Seng / Pont, Michael J.: "A computer model of a ventral cochlear nucleus onset-c unit", 65-68.

Auditory Models and Representations of Speech

Damper, Robert I. / Harnad, S. / Gore, M. O.: "The auditory basis of the perception of voicing", 69-74.

Deng, Li / Sheikhzadeh, H.: "Temporal and rate aspects of speech encoding in the auditory system: simulation results on TIMIT data using a layered neural network interfaced with a cochlear model", 75-78.

Hansen, Martin / Kollmeier, Birger: "Implementation of a psychoacoustical preprocessing model for sound quality measurement", 79-82.

Hirahara, Tatsuya / Cariani, Peter / Delgutte, Bertrand: "Representation of low-frequency vowel formants in the auditory nerve", 83-86.

Jones, E. / Ambikairajah, E.: "Auditory signal processing using the wavelet packet transform", 87-90.

Langner, Gerhard / Schulze, H. / Sams, M. / Heil, P.: "The topographic representation of periodicity pitch in the auditory cortex", 91-97.

Lauter, Judith L.: "The auditory system as repertory company: a new approach to the neurobiology of speech perception", 98-101.

Lublinskaja, Valentina V.: "The "center of gravity" effect in dynamics", 102-105.

Sá Marta, Eduardo / Perdigao, Fernando / Vieira de Sá, Luis: "Psychophysical evidence for a sampling process, related to properties of onset cells, in stop consonant perception", 106-109.

Mashari, Seyed J. / Pont, Michael J.: "The role of the auditory nerve in the perception of voicing: a computational modelling study", 110-113.

O'Mard, L. P. / Meddis, R.: "A computational model of non-linear auditory frequency selectivity", 114-119.

Sachs, M. B. / May, B. J. / Prell, G. S. Le / Hienz, R. D.: "Adequacy of auditory-nerve rate representations of vowels: comparison with behavioral measures in cat", 120-126.

Schreiner, Christoph E. / Wong, S. W.: "Spatial-temporal representation of syllables in cat primary auditory cortex", 127-132.

Perceptual Cues and Features

Bonneau, Anne: "Identification of vowels from French stop bursts", 133-136.

Formby, C. / Sherlock, L. P. / Li, S.: "Auditory temporal acuity and the perceptual organization of complex sounds", 137-140.

Ghitza, Oded / Sondhi, M. Mohan: "On the perceptual distance between speech segments", 141-143.

Kawahara, Hideki: "Auditory effects on speech production: an alternative approach to pitch perception mechanisms", 144-147.

Kewley-Port, Diane: "Psychophysical studies of vowel formants", 148-153.

Klasmeyer, Gudrun: "Perceptual cues for emotional speech", 154-157.

López-Bascuas, Luis E.: "Speech signals might ignore auditory processors", 158-161.

Pind, Jörgen: "A case of "auditory handicap' in speech perception?", 162-165.

Wieringen, Astrid van / Pols, Louis C. W.: "The auditory basis of vocalic speech transitions", 166-169.

Auditory Scene Analysis and Perceptual Organisation

Berthommier, Frédéric: "Direct separation of sounds based on knowledge of F0 and ITD", 170-173.

Brown, Guy J. / Cooke, Martin / Mousset, Eric: "Are neural oscillations the substrate of auditory grouping?", 174-179.

Cheveigné, Alain de: "A neural cancellation model of F0-guided sound separation", 180-185.

Cooke, Martin: "Auditory organisation and speech perception: arguments for an integrated computational theory", 186-193.

Cosi, Piero / Zovato, Enrico: "Lyon's auditory model inversion: a tool for sound separation and speech enhancement", 194-197.

Ellis, Daniel P.W.: "Prediction-driven computational auditory scene analysis for dense sound mixtures", 198-203.

Janker, Peter M.: "The range of subjective simultaneousness in tapping experiments with speech stimuli", 204-207.

McCabe, Susan L. / Denham, Michael J.: "A neurocomputational model of auditory streaming", 208-211.

Meyer, Georg F. / Berthommier, Frédéric: "Vowel segregation with amplitude modulation maps: a re-evaluation of place and place-time models", 212-215.

Todd, Neil: "Towards a theory of the principal monaural pathway: pitch, time and auditory grouping", 216-221.

Varin, Laurent / Berthommier, Frédéric: "Identification of concurrent sources with a perceptron-based model", 222-225.

Warren, Richard M.: "Processing of speech and other auditory patterns: some similarities and differences", 226-231.

Woods, William S. / Hansen, Martin / Wittkop, Thomas / Kollmeier, Birger: "A scene analyzer for speech processing", 232-235.

Speech Processing under Adverse Conditions

Carlyon, Robert P.: "Within-channel cues for concurrent sound segregation", 236-240.

Darlington, David J. / Campbell, Douglas R.: "Sub-band adaptive filtering applied to speech enhancement", 241-244.

Patterson, Roy D. / Anderson, Timothy R. / Francis, Keith: "Binaural auditory images and a noise-resistant, binaural auditory spectrogram for speech recognition", 245-252.

Speech Perception by the Hearing Impaired

Campbell, Douglas R.: "Binaural processing for hearing aids", 253-256.

Drullman, Rob / Smoorenburg, Guido F.: "Effect of multichannel compression on auditory-visual speech reception by the profoundly hearing impaired", 257-260.

Faulkner, Andrew / Rosen, Stuart: "The contribution of temporally-coded acoustic speech patterns to audio-visual speech perception in normally hearing and profoundly hearing-impaired listeners", 261-264.

Geurts, L. / Govaerts, G. / Peeters, S. / Immerseel, L. Van / Wieringen, Astrid van / Wouters, Johan: "Speech processing for cochlear implants: the implementation and evaluation of phase-locking in high rate coding strategies", 265-268.

Gósy, Mária: "Consequences of temporary auditory deficiencies for speech perception", 269-272.

Moore, Brian C. J. / Baer, Thomas / Glasberg, Brian R. / Vickers, Deborah A.: "Simulations of the effect of hearing impairment on speech perception", 273-278.

Skljarov, O.: "The perception of the own delay speech as a tool for start-upping of the rhythm at the stuttering", 279-282.

Sundaramoorthy, Vasanthi / Pont, Michael J.: "Towards a computer simulation of the electrocochleogram", 283-286.

Auditory Processing for Speech Recognition

Beet, S. W. / Baghai-Ravary, L.: "Towards a better auditory representation for speech recognition", 287-290.

Bodden, Markus / Rateitschek, Klaus: "Noise-robust speech recognition based on a binaural auditory model", 291-296.

Cooke, Martin / Morris, Andrew / Green, Phil: "Recognising occluded speech", 297-300.

Dobrin, Cristina: "A new type of synchrony detector", 301-304.

Hoffmann, Rüdiger / Westendorf, Christian-M.: "Performance evaluation of a low cost filter bank basing on investigations of vowel perception", 305-308.

Lippmann, Richard P.: "Speech perception by humans and machines", 309-316.

Boda, Peter-Pal / Veth, Johan de / Boves, Louis: "Channel normalisation by using RASTA filtering and the dynamic cepstrum for automatic speech recognition over the phone", 317-320.

Pont, Michael J. / Keeton, Paul I. J. / Palooran, Pramod: "Speech recognition using a combination of auditory models and conventional neural networks", 321-324.