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Advances in Speech and Language Technologies for Iberian Languages

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Study of the Effect of Reducing Training Data in Speech Synthesis Adaptation Based on Frequency Warping
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    Chapter 2 A Dynamic FEC for Improved Robustness of CELP-Based Codec
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    Chapter 3 Objective Comparison of Four GMM-Based Methods for PMA-to-Speech Conversion
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    Chapter 4 Adding Singing Capabilities to Unit Selection TTS Through HNM-Based Conversion
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    Chapter 5 A Novel Error Mitigation Scheme Based on Replacement Vectors and FEC Codes for Speech Recovery in Loss-Prone Channels
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    Chapter 6 Language-Independent Acoustic Cloning of HTS Voices: An Objective Evaluation
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    Chapter 7 Prosodic Break Prediction with RNNs
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    Chapter 8 Surgery of Speech Synthesis Models to Overcome the Scarcity of Training Data
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    Chapter 9 An Analysis of Deep Neural Networks in Broad Phonetic Classes for Noisy Speech Recognition
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    Chapter 10 Automatic Speech Recognition with Deep Neural Networks for Impaired Speech
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    Chapter 11 Detection of Publicity Mentions in Broadcast Radio: Preliminary Results
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    Chapter 12 Deep Neural Network-Based Noise Estimation for Robust ASR in Dual-Microphone Smartphones
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    Chapter 13 Better Phoneme Recognisers Lead to Better Phoneme Posteriorgrams for Search on Speech? An Experimental Analysis
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    Chapter 14 Crowdsourced Video Subtitling with Adaptation Based on User-Corrected Lattices
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    Chapter 15 Acoustic Analysis of Anomalous Use of Prosodic Features in a Corpus of People with Intellectual Disability
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    Chapter 16 Detecting Psychological Distress in Adults Through Transcriptions of Clinical Interviews
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    Chapter 17 Automatic Annotation of Disfluent Speech in Children’s Reading Tasks
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    Chapter 18 Automatic Detection of Hyperarticulated Speech
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    Chapter 19 Acoustic-Prosodic Automatic Personality Trait Assessment for Adults and Children
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    Chapter 20 Evaluating Different Non-native Pronunciation Scoring Metrics with the Japanese Speakers of the SAMPLE Corpus
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    Chapter 21 Global Analysis of Entrainment in Dialogues
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    Chapter 22 A Train-on-Target Strategy for Multilingual Spoken Language Understanding
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    Chapter 23 Collaborator Effort Optimisation in Multimodal Crowdsourcing for Transcribing Historical Manuscripts
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    Chapter 24 Assessing User Expertise in Spoken Dialog System Interactions
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    Chapter 25 Automatic Speech Feature Learning for Continuous Prediction of Customer Satisfaction in Contact Center Phone Calls
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    Chapter 26 Reversible Speech De-identification Using Parametric Transformations and Watermarking
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    Chapter 27 Bottleneck Based Front-End for Diarization Systems
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Title
Advances in Speech and Language Technologies for Iberian Languages
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-49169-1
ISBNs
978-3-31-949168-4, 978-3-31-949169-1
Editors

Alberto Abad, Alfonso Ortega, António Teixeira, Carmen García Mateo, Carlos D. Martínez Hinarejos, Fernando Perdigão, Fernando Batista, Nuno Mamede

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Unknown 22 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Bachelor 1 5%
Student > Master 1 5%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 5%
Unknown 19 86%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 3 14%
Unknown 19 86%
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