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Journal Article January 1, 1993

A System For Labeling Self-Repairs In Speech

...detection and correction of repairs (Shriberg, Bear, Dowding, 1992; Bear, Dowding, Shriberg, 1992), we hope that it may also prove useful for annotation of spontaneous speech data in related fields....

Conference Paper May 1, 2011

Bird species recognition combining acoustic and sequence modeling

The goal of this work was to explore modeling techniques to improve bird species classification from audio samples. We first developed an unsupervised approach to obtain approximate note models from...

Conference Paper May 1, 2011

Recent progress in prosodic speaker verification

We describe recent progress in the field of prosodic modeling for speaker verification. In a previous paper, we proposed a technique for modeling syllable-based prosodic features that uses a multinomial...

Conference Paper August 1, 2011

Constrained cepstral speaker recognition using matched UBM and JFA training

We study constrained speaker recognition systems, or systems that model standard cepstral features that fall within particular types of speech regions. A question in modeling such systems is whether to...

Conference Paper May 1, 2011

Language-independent constrained cepstral features for speaker recognition

Constrained cepstral systems, which select frames to match various linguistic “constraints” in enrollment and test, have shown significant improvements for speaker verification performance. Past work, however, relied on word recognition,...

Conference Paper June 1, 1992

Integrating Multiple Knowledge Sources for Detection and Correction of Repairs in Human-computer Dialog

We have analyzed 607 sentences of spontaneous human-computer speech data containing repairs, drawn from a total corpus of 10,718 sentences. We present here criteria and techniques for automatically detecting the...

Journal Article May 1, 1992

Detection and Correction Of Repairs In Human-Computer Dialog

We have analyzed 607 sentences of spontaneous human-computer speech data containing repairs, drawn from a total corpus of 10,718 sentences. We present here criteria and techniques for automatically detecting the...

Article August 1, 2010

The CALO meeting assistant system

The CALO Meeting Assistant (MA) provides for distributed meeting capture, annotation, automatic transcription and semantic analysis ofmultiparty meetings, and is part of the larger CALO personal assistant system. This paper...

Article September 1, 2010

A Corpus Analysis of Patterns of Age-Related Change in Conversational Speech

Article July 1, 2010

EduSpeak®: A Speech Recognition and Pronunciation Scoring Toolkit for Computer-Aided Language Learning Applications

SRI International’s EduSpeak® system is a software development toolkit that enables developers of interactive language education software to use state-of-the-art speech recognition and pronunciation scoring technology. Automatic pronunciation scoring allows...

Conference Paper February 1, 1992

Automatic Detection and Correction of Repairs in Human-computer Dialog

We have analyzed 607 sentences of spontaneous human-computer speech data containing repairs (drawn from a corpus of 10,718). We present here criteria and techniques for automatically detecting the presence of...

Conference Paper October 1, 2004

A Wizard of Oz framework for collecting spoken human-computer dialogs

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Center, AIC

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