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SP 2019-01-27
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie A Speaker Recognition Performance Measure based on the Adaptation Quickness and Final Accuracy for Spoken Dialog Systems
Junko Takami, Takeshi Kawabata (KGU) SP2018-59
For constructing user friendly spoken dialog system, it is important to recognize "Who is the user?" and to choose appro... [more] SP2018-59
SP 2013-02-28
Aichi Daido University [Poster Presentation] An n-gram Language Model based on BPD Backoff Method and W-B Discount
Shotaro Yoshida, Takeshi Kawabata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) SP2012-118
A new n-gram language model is proposed for the large vocabulary continuous speech recognition system. Two approaches ar... [more] SP2012-118
PRMU, SP 2012-02-09
Miyagi   [Poster Presentation] Improvement of the Speaker-direction Detection Method under Mechanical Noises using the phase segregation of SAFIA
Keisuke Kawano, Takeshi Kawabata (KGU) PRMU2011-215 SP2011-130
This paper describes an improvement of SAFIA-based speaker-direction detection method in our previous work. The system d... [more] PRMU2011-215 SP2011-130
PRMU, SP 2012-02-09
Miyagi   [Poster Presentation] Case-based techniques for designing piece-move utterances in a two-player board game
Ryota Tominaga, Takeshi Kawabata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) PRMU2011-218 SP2011-133
This paper describes a case-based approach for generating computer's piece-move utterances. By using this approach, the ... [more] PRMU2011-218 SP2011-133
NC, NLP 2011-01-25
Hokkaido Hokakido Univ. Aspects on the Survival Density Control based on the Relaxing Factor for the Stochastic Game of Life
Ryo Higashinakagawa, Takeshi Kawabata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) NLP2010-149 NC2010-113
By adopting a stochastic framework, Conway’s game of life becomes powerful, however becomes uncontrollable. The relaxing... [more] NLP2010-149 NC2010-113
NC, NLP 2009-07-13
Nara NAIST Dependency between the Survival Density and Initial Configuration of the Stochastic Game of Life
Ryo Higashinakagawa, Takeshi Kawabata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) NLP2009-14 NC2009-7
This paper describes the new framework of the stochastic game of life. It is difficult to control the survival density o... [more] NLP2009-14 NC2009-7
SP 2009-01-30
Nara NAIST Speaker-direction Detection based on Emphasizing Particular Parts of Cross-correlation Function under Robot's Mechanical Noises
Tsukasa Nunami, Takeshi Kawabata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) SP2008-134
A phoneme-cue based speaker-direction detection mechanism for toy/home robots is improved using the composite similarity... [more] SP2008-134
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