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HIP, ASJ-H 2018-03-04
Okinawa IT Souzoukan, Naha City Intelligibility of noise-vocoded Japanese speech resynthesized from spectral-change factors: A sonority factor makes speech intelligible
Takuya Kishida, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Gerard B. Remijn, Seiya Umemoto (Kyushu Univ.)
 [more] HIP2017-111
HIP 2015-07-18
Fukuoka Kyushu Sangyo University On the intelligibility of Japanese speech reduced into and resynthesized from principal-component spaces
Takuya Kishida, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.) HIP2015-47
Power fluctuations in a set of critical-band filters convey sufficient information for linguistic communication, and the... [more] HIP2015-47
EA 2013-08-09
Miyagi Tohoku University Perceptual effects of elimination of power-fluctuation factors from critical-band noise-vocoded speech
Takuya Kishida, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.) EA2013-55
The roles of power fluctuations in critical-band filters in speech perception were investigated. In previous studies, t... [more] EA2013-55
EA 2013-08-09
Miyagi Tohoku University Perception of compressed mosaicized speech: Segregation of speech and noise
Aiko Nakata, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.) EA2013-56
The present study is a part of an attempt to reveal the mechanism of stream segregation of speech and meaningless noise.... [more] EA2013-56
SP 2012-03-09
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Developmental Process of Speech Production in Infancy -- Comparison of Japanese- and English-learning Infants --
Yuko Yamashita, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.), Yoko Shimada (Kyoto Univ.), David Hirsh (Sydney Univ.) SP2011-168
The aim of this study was to examine acoustic changes and rhythm in vocal development. Infant speech sounds at 15, 18, ... [more] SP2011-168
SP 2012-03-09
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Effects of frequency-band elimination on syllable identification in Japanese noise-vocoded speech -- Analyses with two speakers --
Kiyoto Noguchi, Yuichi Satsukawa, Kazuo Ueda, Yoshitaka Nakajima (Kyushu Univ.) SP2011-173
The present investigation aimed at specifying the perceptual roles of each frequency bands in 4-band-noise-vocoded speec... [more] SP2011-173
SP 2010-06-17
Fukuoka Kyushu University [Tutorial Invited Lecture] An Introductory Workshop on Acoustics for High School Students -- Lodging Together, Seeing Together, and Thinking Together --
Kohei Wakamiya, Masayuki Takada, Tetsuji Kawabe, Toshiya Samejima, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Tokihiko Kaburagi (Kyushu Univ.) SP2010-22
In Department of Acoustic Design, School of Design, Kyushu University, we carried out a program called “Thinking about ‘... [more] SP2010-22
WIT 2009-02-21
Ehime Ehime University A Phonological Interpretation of Factor Analyses of English Speech
Shota Fujimaru, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.) WIT2008-63
Factor analyses were performed on the power fluctuations of British English
derived through critical band filters as in... [more]
EA 2007-04-27
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg (Tokyo, Japan) A system to improve the compatibility between departure signals and speech announcements
Mana Yasumura, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Kazuhiko Kawahara (Kyushu Univ.) EA2007-2
Departure signals and speech announcements often occur at the same time in a busy railway station. Thus the announcement... [more] EA2007-2
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