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SP 2019-06-13
Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology Collection of large-scale Japanese articulatory-acoustic parallel data
Kohei Wakamiya, Fumiaki Taguchi, Riko Watanabe (Kyushu Univ.), Kouichi Katsurada (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Takehiko Makino (Chuo Univ.), Tokihiko Kaburagi (Kyushu Univ.) SP2019-2
A large-scale Japanese articulatory-acoustic parallel data is a basic data using as a natural speech synthesis using a a... [more] SP2019-2
SP 2015-01-22
Gifu Juroku Plaza Automatic prediction of intelligibility of English words spoken with Japanese accents -- Comparative study of features and models used for prediction --
Teeraphon Pongkittiphan, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ Tokyo), Takehiko Makino (Chuo Univ.), Daisuke Saito, Keikichi Hirose (Univ Tokyo) SP2014-132
This study investigates automatic prediction of the words in given sentences that will be unintelligible to American lis... [more] SP2014-132
SP 2014-02-28
Tokushima The University of Tokushima Prediction of pronunciation distances based on structural representation for clustering World Englishes
Shun Kasahara, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), HanPing Shen (NCKU), Takehiko Makino (Chuo univ.), Daisuke Saito, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2013-109
The term of World Englishes is often used to indicate the current state of English as international language.It claims t... [more] SP2013-109
SP 2013-11-22
Nara Nara Institute of Science and Technology Automatic Prediction of Intelligibility of Spoken Words in Japanese Accented English
Teeraphon Pongkittiphan, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. Tokyo), Takehiko Makino (Chuo Univ.), Han-Ping Shen (National Cheng Kung Univ.), Keikichi Hirose (Univ. Tokyo) SP2013-79
This study examines automatic prediction of the words that will be unintelligible if they are spoken by Japanese speaker... [more] SP2013-79
SP 2013-02-28
Aichi Daido University Speaker-based pronunciation clustering of World Englishes based on pronunciation structure analysis
Han-Ping Shen (National Cheng Kung Univ.), Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), Steven Weinberger (George Mason Univ.), Takehiko Makino (Chuo Univ.), Josef Novak, Teeraphon Pongkittiphan (Univ. of Tokyo), Chung-Hsien Wu (National Cheng Kung Univ.) SP2012-116
English is the only language available for global communication. Due to the influence of the students’ mother tongue, ho... [more] SP2012-116
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University Automatic estimation of the vowel correction priority for language learners based on the structural representation of pronunciation
Kei Kamata, Satoshi Asakawa, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), Takehiko Makino (Chuo Univ.), Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2007-36
Speech communication induces inevitable variations of speech acoustics due to differences in speakers, microphones, etc.... [more] SP2007-36
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