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EA, US, SP, SIP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2021-03-03
14:05
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Noise-robust time-domain speech separation with basis signals for noise
Kohei Ozamoto (Tokyo Tech), Koji Iwano (TCU), Kuniaki Uto, Koichi Shinoda (Tokyo Tech) EA2020-70 SIP2020-101 SP2020-35
Recently, speech separation using deep learning has been extensively studied. TasNet, a time-domain method that directly... [more] EA2020-70 SIP2020-101 SP2020-35
pp.63-67
PRMU, BioX 2018-03-18
14:45
Tokyo   A Kinect-based Multimodal Person Authentication System with User Existence Confirmation
Lin Zhou, Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.) BioX2017-46 PRMU2017-182
Person identification systems used for receiving pension need to have countermeasures against fraud by "spoofing" as ann... [more] BioX2017-46 PRMU2017-182
pp.61-66
IE, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2017-10-06
08:30
Nagasaki   Neural network-based estimation of degree of feeling that natural objects appear in photographic images
Manami Sasaki, Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.)
 [more]
SP 2017-08-30
16:15
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. SP2017-32 (To be available after the conference date) [more] SP2017-32
pp.55-60
SP 2016-08-25
11:10
Kyoto ACCMS, Kyoto Univ. SP2016-37 (To be available after the conference date) [more] SP2016-37
pp.53-58
SP 2015-01-22
15:30
Gifu Juroku Plaza Analysis of effects of voice mimicry on speaker verification and acoustic features of the imitated voices
Koji Iwano, Taito Sone, Kanako Sakamoto (Tokyo City Univ.) SP2014-134
It is quite important to recognize the vulnerability of speaker verification (SV) systems against voice mimicry attacks ... [more] SP2014-134
pp.43-48
SP, IPSJ-SLP
(Joint)
2014-07-26
10:30
Iwate Hotel Hanamaki Dialogue group detection and speaker diarization for multi-party conversational speech recorded by multiple smartphones
Koji Iwano, Toko Iizuka, Kanoko Saito, Shuhei Yoneyama (Tokyo City Univ.) SP2014-71
This paper describes acoustic information processing techniques for multi-party conversational speech recorded by attend... [more] SP2014-71
pp.47-52
PRMU, SP 2012-02-10
15:50
Miyagi   Two-pass Approach for Recognizing Code-Switching Speech
Yonatan Andy Fajar Nugraha, Koichi Shinoda, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.) PRMU2011-235 SP2011-150
We propose a recognition method for code-switching utterances in multilingual speech recognition. Code-switching is the ... [more] PRMU2011-235 SP2011-150
pp.225-229
SP 2011-07-23
09:30
Hokkaido Jozankei Grand Hotel Nonlinear Normalization Using q-Logarithm for Robust Speech Recognition
Hilman F. Pardede, Koichi Shinoda (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.) SP2011-49
The performance of speech recognition degrades signicantly in the noisy environment. Most compensation methods to improv... [more] SP2011-49
pp.45-50
SP 2010-06-18
10:00
Fukuoka Kyushu University Noise-robust speech recognition decoder using speech/non-speech confidence measures
Tasuku Oonishi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.), Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2010-30
Abstract In a speech recognition system a Voice Activity Detection(VAD) is a crucial component for maintaining accuracy.... [more] SP2010-30
pp.49-54
SP 2009-06-25
14:30
Hokkaido Clark Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. A mean F0 speaker adaptation method for regression model-based F0 contour generation
Hosana Kamiyama, Takahiro Shinozaki (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Tokyo City Univ.), Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2009-38
This paper proposes a new speaker adaptation method for the fundamental frequency ($F_0$) contour generation models base... [more] SP2009-38
pp.87-92
SP 2009-01-29
14:45
Nara NAIST Speeding up fundamental frequency information extraction by Hough transform for noise-rubust speech recognition
Hideki Yasui, Koichi Shinoda, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Koji Iwano (Musashi Inst. of Tech.) SP2008-129
While $F_0$ information obtained by Hough transform has been shown to be effective in speech recognition in noisy enviro... [more] SP2008-129
pp.19-24
SP 2008-03-20
15:15
Tokyo Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] Accent Analysis for Mandarin Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition
Dong Yang, Koji Iwano, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2007-201
This paper presents our work on accent issues in Mandarin large vocabulary continuous speech recognition. What we want t... [more] SP2007-201
pp.87-92
SP 2008-03-20
15:15
Tokyo Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] Initial Evaluation of the Drivers' Japanese Speech Corpus in a Car Environment
Kousuke Hiraki, Takahiro Shinozaki, Koji Iwano, Agnieszka Betkowska, Koichi Shinoda, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2007-202
Car navigation systems are getting more and more popular and many of them equip a speech recognition system as hands-fre... [more] SP2007-202
pp.93-98
SP 2007-05-31
11:00
Kyoto ATR A study on models for HMM-based spontaneous speech synthesis
Tatsuya Akagawa, Koji Iwano, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Tech) SP2007-3
This paper describes construction of an HMM-based spontaneous speech
synthesizer and investigates effectiveness of the ... [more]
SP2007-3
pp.13-18
SP 2007-05-31
11:30
Kyoto ATR A study on multimodal speech recognition for spoken dialogue systems
Shunsuke Takayama, Toshihide Matsuo, Koji Iwano, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Tech) SP2007-4
This paper describes speaker-independent multimodal speech recognition toward constructing multimodal spoken dialogue sy... [more] SP2007-4
pp.19-24
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