Speech and Language Technologies


Speech and Language Technologies (2011) .. edited by Ivo Ipsic


Book Contents

Chapter 1

Towards Efficient Translation Memory Search Based on Multiple Sentence Signatures

by Juan M. Huerta

Chapter 2

Sentence Alignment by Means of Cross-Language Information Retrieval

by Marta R. Costa-jussa and Rafael E. Banchs

Chapter 3

The BBN TransTalk Speech-to-Speech Translation System

by David Stallard, Rohit Prasad, Prem Natarajan, Fred Choi, Shirin Saleem, Ralf Meermeier, Kriste Krstovski, Shankar Ananthakrishnan and Jacob Devlin

Chapter 4

Automatic Feedback for L2 Prosody Learning

by Anne Bonneau and Vincent Colotte

Chapter 5

Exploring Speech Technologies for Language Learning

by Rodolfo Delmonte

Chapter 6

N-Grams Model for Polish

by Bartosz Ziolko and Dawid Skurzok

Chapter 7

Multilingual and Multimodal Corpus-Based Text-to-Speech System – PLATTOS –

by Matej Rojc and Izidor Mlakar

Chapter 8

Estimation of Speech Intelligibility Using Perceptual Speech Quality Scores

by Kazuhiro Kondo

Chapter 9

Spectral Properties and Prosodic Parameters of Emotional Speech in Czech and Slovak

by Jiri Pribil and Anna Pribilova

Chapter 10

Speech Interface Evaluation on Car Navigation System – Many Undesirable Utterances and Sever Noisy Speech

by Yasunari Obuchi, Teppei Nakano, Tetsunori Kobayashi and Nobuo Hataoka

Chapter 11

A Review of Recent Advances in Speaker Diarization with Bayesian Methods

by Themos Stafylakis and Vassilis Katsouros

Chapter 12

Discriminative Universal Background Model Training for Speaker Recognition

by Wei-Qiang Zhang and Jia Liu

Chapter 13

Building a Visual Front-end for Audio-Visual Automatic Speech Recognition in Vehicle Environments

by Robert Hursig and Jane Zhang

Chapter 14

Visual Speech Recognition

by Ahmad B. A. Hassanat

Chapter 15

Towards Augmentative Speech Communication

by Panikos Heracleous, Denis Beautemps, Hiroshi Ishiguro and Norihiro Hagita

Chapter 16

Soccer Event Retrieval Based on Speech Content: A Vietnamese Case Study

by Vu Hai Quan

Chapter 17

Voice Interfaces in Art – an Experimentation with Web Open Standards as a Model to Increase Web Accessibility and Digital Inclusion

by Martha Gabriel