ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Statistical and Perceptual Audition (SAPA2008)

Brisbane, Australia
September 21, 2008

Bibliographic Reference

[SAPA-2008] ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Statistical And Perceptual Audition (SAPA2008), Brisbane, Australia, September 21, 2008; ISCA Archive,

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

de Cheveigné   Divenyi (11)   Divenyi (29)   Ellis (11)   Ellis (29)   Ezzat   Holzapfel   Hu   Jin   Kameoka   Lammert   Markaki   Mesaros   Ono (1)   Ono (23)   Poggio   Le Roux (1)   Le Roux (23)   Ryynänen   Sagayama (1)   Sagayama (23)   Shinn-Cunningham   Stylianou   Virtanen   Wang  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts (ISCA members only). Two keynote papers were given; however, neither title nor abstract were included in the original proceedings. Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts


Roux, Jonathan Le / Kameoka, Hirokazu / Ono, Nobutaka / Cheveigné, Alain de / Sagayama, Shigeki: "Computational auditory induction by missing-data non-negative matrix factorization", 1-6.

Markaki, Maria / Holzapfel, Andre / Stylianou, Yannis: "Singing voice detection using modulation frequency feature", 7-10.

Hu, Ke / Divenyi, Pierre / Ellis, Daniel P. W. / Jin, Zhaozhang / Shinn-Cunningham, Barbara G. / Wang, DeLiang: "Preliminary intelligibility tests of a monaural speech segregation system", 11-16.


Virtanen, Tuomas / Mesaros, Annamaria / Ryynänen, Matti: "Combining pitch-based inference and non-negative spectrogram factorization in separating vocals from polyphonic music", 17-22.

Roux, Jonathan Le / Ono, Nobutaka / Sagayama, Shigeki: "Explicit consistency constraints for STFT spectrograms and their application to phase reconstruction", 23-28.

Lammert, Adam / Ellis, Daniel P. W. / Divenyi, Pierre: "Data-driven articulatory inversion incorporating articulator priors", 29-34.

Ezzat, Tony / Poggio, Tomaso: "Discriminative word-spotting using ordered spectro-temporal patch features", 35-40.