The ESCA Workshop on Speech Synthesis

September 25-28, 1990
Autrans, France



Bibliographic Reference

[SSW1-1990] The ESCA Workshop on Speech Synthesis, Autrans, France, September 25-28, 1990, ed. by Gérard Bailly and Christian Benoît; ISCA Archive, http://www.isca-speech.org/archive_open/ssw1



Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Abe   Abry   Ainsworth   Archambault   Aubergé   Bach   Bailly (67)   Bailly (201)   Barbe   Benoît   Bickley   Bosch   Boulianne   Brooke   Bruce   Campbell   Carlson (9)   Carlson (257)   Cedergren   Church   Coker   Coleman   Collier (205)   Collier (273)   Damper (87)   Damper (97)   Datta   Depalle   Dirksen   Emerard   Escalada-Sardina   Falaschi (197)   Falaschi (261)   Fallside   Ferri   Ganguly   Giustiniani (43)   Giustiniani (197)   Gordos (233)   Gordos (277)   Granström (125)   Granström (257)   Grenié   Guaitella   Hamagami   Hashimoto   Hertz   Hess   Hirschberg   Holmes   House, David   House, Jill   Howell   Huitric   Imaizumi   Jospa   Kaiki   Kiritani   Kohler   Kokkinakis   Laboissičre   Lallouache   Larreur   Larumbe   Liberman   Lucas   Martin   Matsumoto   Miclet   Mizoguchi   Mizuno   Mizutani   Mohamedi   Monaghan (109)   Monaghan (113)   Mortamet   Mukherjee   Nahas   Németh (233)   Németh (277)   Nomura   Nord (9)   Nord (257)   O'Shaughnessy   Olászy (233)   Olászy (277)   Olesen   Olive   Pasdeloup   Pearce   Pierucci (43)   Pierucci (197)   Poirot   Portele   Quené   Riley   Rodet   Rodriguez-Crespo   Roth   Rowley   Russi   Saerens   Sagisaka (35)   Sagisaka (165)   Saintourens   Santen   Santi (177)   Santi (266)   Sato (39)   Sato (145)   Schnabel   Sendlmeier   Simoes   Soquet   Sorin   Sproat   Stevens   Sullivan   Takeda (35)   Takeda (165)   Talkin   Templeton   Terken   Traber   Tramus   Tseva   Wang   Warren   Williams   Wothke   Yamaguchi   Yamashita   Yiourgalis   Youd   Zinglé  

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

Imaizumi, Satoshi / Kiritani, Shigeru: "A generation model of formant trajectory at various speaking rates", 1-4.

Holmes, Wendy J. / Pearce, David J. B.: "Automatic derivation of segment models for synthesis by rule", 5-8.

Carlson, Rolf / Nord, Lennart: "Cluster realizations in rule synthesis", 9-12.

Coleman, John: "Yorktalk: "synthesis-by-rule" without segments or rules", 13-16.

Bosch, Louis ten: "Rule extraction for allophone synthesis", 17-20.

O'Shaughnessy, Douglas: "Spectral transitions in rule-based and diphone synthesis", 21-24.

Olive, Joseph P.: "A new algorithm for a concatenative speech synthesis system using an augmented acoustic inventory of speech sounds", 25-30.

Larumbe, Alejandro Macarron: "Design and generation of the acoustic database of a text-to-speech synthesizer for Spanish", 31-34.

Takeda, Kazuya / Abe, Katsuo / Sagisaka, Yoshinori: "On unit selection algorithms and their evaluation in non-uniform unit speech synthesis", 35-38.

Nomura, Tetsuya / Mizuno, Hideyuki / Sato, Hirokazu: "Speech synthesis by optimum concatenation of phoneme segments", 39-42.

Pierucci, P. / Ferri, G. / Giustiniani, M.: "A database for diphone units extraction", 43-46.

Depalle, Ph. / Rodet, Xavier / Poirot, G.: "Energy and articulation rules for improving diphone speech synthesis", 47-50.

Yiourgalis, N. / Kokkinakis, George: "Quality and intelligibility improvements in a greek text-to-speech system", 51-54.

Talkin, David / Rowley, James: "Pitch-synchronous analysis and synthesis for its systems", 55-58.

Hamagami, Tomoki / Hashimoto, Shinichiro: "A new synthesizer model for high quality synthetic speech", 59-62.

Stevens, Kenneth N. / Bickley, Corine A.: "Higher-level control parameters for a formant synthesizer", 63-66.

Bailly, Gérard / Bach, Morten / Laboissičre, Rafael / Olesen, Morten: "Generation of articulatory trajectories using sequential networks", 67-70.

Soquet, Alain / Saerens, Marco / Jospa, Paul: "Acoustic-articulatory inversion based on a neural controller of a vocal tract model", 71-74.

Howell, Peter / Williams, Mark: "Use of articulatory synthesis for analysis of voice disorders", 75-78.

Cedergren, Henrietta J. / Boulianne, Gilles / Archambault, Daničle: "On modelling the phonology phonetics interface for articulatory synthesis", 79-82.

Coker, Cecil H. / Church, Kenneth W. / Liberman, Maik Y.: "Morphology and rhyming: two powerful alternatives to letter-to-sound rules for speech synthesis", 83-86.

Lucas, S. M. / Damper, Robert L.: "Text-to-phonetics translation with syntactic neural nets", 87-90.

Larreur, Daničle / Sorin, Christel: "Quality evaluation of French text-to-speech synthesis within a task the importance of the mute "e"", 91-96.

Sullivan, K. P. H. / Damper, Robert L.: "Novel-word pronunciation within a text-to-speech system", 97-100.

Warren, N. P. / Ainsworth, William A.: "Automatic syntactic classification of isolated English words using connectionist architectures", 101-104.

Rodriguez-Crespo, Miguel Á. / Escalada-Sardina, José G.: "Text analysis system with automatic letter to allophone conversion for a Spanish text-to-speech synthesizer", 105-108.

Monaghan, Alex I. C.: "A multi-phase parsing strategy for unrestricted text", 109-112.

Monaghan, Alex I. C.: "Treating anaphora in the CSTR text-to-speech system.", 113-116.

Russi, Thomas: "A framework for morphological and syntactic analysis and its application in a text-to-speech system for German", 117-120.

Schnabel, Betina / Roth, Harald: "Automatic linguistic processing in a German text-to-speech synthesis system", 121-124.

Bruce, Gösta / Granström, Björn / House, David: "Prosodic phrasing in Swedish speech synthesis", 125-128.

Sproat, Richard: "Stress assignment in complex nominals for English text-to-speech", 129-132.

Zinglé, Henri: "Morphological segmentation and stress calculus in German with an expert system", 133-136.

Quené, Hugo / Dirksen, Arthur: "A comparison of natural, theoretical and automatically derived accentuations of dutch texts", 137-140.

Traber, Christof: "F0 generation with a data base of natural F0 patterns and with a neural network", 141-144.

Sato, Hirokazu: "Pitch frequency characteristics in Japanese words related to phonemes", 145-148.

Martin, Philippe: "Automatic assignment of lexical stress in italian", 149-152.

Datta, A. K. / Ganguly, N. R. / Mukherjee, B.: "Intonation in segment-concatenated speech", 153-156.

Santen, Jan P. H. van: "Deriving text-to-speech durations from natural speech", 157-160.

Portele, Thomas / Sendlmeier, Walter / Hess, Wolfgang: "Hadifix : a system for German speech synthesis based on demisyllables, diphones and suffixes", 161-164.

Kaiki, Nobuyoshi / Takeda, Kazuya / Sagisaka, Yoshinori: "The control of segmental duration in speech synthesis using linguistic properties", 165-168.

Campbell, W. Nick: "Normalised segment durations in a syllable frame", 169-172.

Simoes, Antonio R. M.: "Predicting sound segment duration in connected speech: an acoustical study of brazilian portuguese", 173-176.

Guaitella, Isabelle / Santi, Serge: "Contribution of the analysis of punctuation to improving the prosody of speech synthesis", 177-180.

Hirschberg, Julia: "Using discourse context to guide pitch accent decisions in synthetic speech", 181-184.

House, Jill / Youd, Nick: "Contextually appropriate intonation in speech synthesis", 185-188.

Kohler, Klaus J.: "Improving the prosody in German text-to-speech output", 189-192.

Pasdeloup, Valerie: "Multi-style prosodic model for French text-to-speech synthesis", 193-196.

Giustiniani, M. / Falaschi, Alessandro / Pierucci, P.: "Automatic inference of a syllabic prosodic model", 197-200.

Bailly, Gérard / Barbe, Thierry / Wang, Hai-Dong: "Automatic labeling of large prosodic databases : tools, methodology and links with a text-to-speech system", 201-204.

Terken, Jacques / Collier, Rene: "Designing algorithms for intonation in synthetic speech", 205-208.

Mortamet, L. / Emerard, Francoise / Miclet, Laurent: "Attempting automatic prosodic knowledge acquisition using a database", 209-214.

Aubergé, Veronique: "Semi-automatic constitution of a prosodic contour lexicons for the text-to-speech synthesis", 215-218.

Wothke, Klaus: "From orthography to phonetic transcription in the German text-to-speech system tetos", 219-224.

Hertz, Susan R.: "A modular approach to multi-dialect and multi-language speech synthesis using the delta system", 225-228.

Riley, Michael D.: "Tree-based modelling for speech synthesis", 229-232.

Németh, Géza / Gordos, Géza / Olászy, Gábor: "Implementations aspects and the development system of the multivox text-to-speech converter", 233-236.

Fallside, Frank: "Synfrec: speech synthesis from recognition using neural networks", 237-240.

Yamashita, Yoichi / Mizutani, Naoki / Mizoguchi, Riichiro: "Concept description for synthetic speech output system", 241-244.

Brooke, N. Michael / Templeton, Paul D.: "Classification of lip-shapes and their association with acoustic speech events", 245-248.

Saintourens, Michel / Tramus, Marie-Helene / Huitric, Hervé / Nahas, Monique: "Creation of a synthetic face speaking in real time with a synthetic voice", 249-252.

Benoît, Christian / Lallouache, T. / Mohamedi, T. / Tseva, A. / Abry, Christian: "Nineteen (±two) French visemes for visual speech synthesis", 253-256.

Carlson, Rolf / Granström, Björn / Nord, Lennart: "Segmental evaluation using the ESPRIT/SAM test procedures and monosyllabic words", 257-260.

Falaschi, Alessandro: "Segmental quality assessment by well-formed nonsense words", 261-264.

Santi, Serge / Grenié, M.: "Individual strategies in synthetic speech evaluation", 266-268.

Matsumoto, Tatsuro / Yamaguchi, Yukiko: "A multi-language text-to-speech system using neural networks", 269-272.

Collier, René: "Multi-lingual intonation synthesis: principles and applications", 273-276.

Olászy, Gábor / Gordos, Géza / Németh, Géza: "Phonetic aspects of the MULTIVOX text-to-speech system", 277-280.