INTERSPEECH 2013
14thAnnual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association

Lyon, France
August 25-29, 2013

On-Line Audio Dilation for Human Interaction

John S. Novak III (1), Jason Archer (1), Valeriy Shafiro (2), Robert Kenyon (1), Jason Leigh (1)

(1) University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
(2) Rush University Medical Center, USA

On-line audio dilation is a technique that time stretches, or slows down the tempo of audio signals as they are generated. This paper presents an on-line dilation technique and our ongoing research to assess the effects of audio dilation on speech communication using an interactive DIAPIX problem solving task.

Full Paper

Bibliographic reference.  III, John S. Novak / Archer, Jason / Shafiro, Valeriy / Kenyon, Robert / Leigh, Jason (2013): "On-line audio dilation for human interaction", In INTERSPEECH-2013, 1869-1871.