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SP 2011-03-05
14:30
Tokyo Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo Gesture Design of Hand-to-Speech Conversion Based on Probabilistic Integration of Speech-to-Hand Joint Density Model and Hand Gesture Model
Aki Kunikoshi, Daisuke Saito (Univ. of Tokyo), Yu Qiao (SIAT), Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2010-127
 [more] SP2010-127
pp.73-78
SP 2010-07-22
14:20
Miyagi Ryokusui-tei (Sendai) Pronunciation assessment based on multilayer multiple regression analysis using structural features
Masayuki Suzuki, Ayano Nakamura (Univ. of Tokyo.), Yu Qiao (Shenzhen Institutes), Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo.) SP2010-37
In the rapid internationalization and informatization, many research efforts have been made to build computer-aided lang... [more] SP2010-37
pp.13-18
PRMU, SP, MVE, CQ 2010-01-22
11:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Statistical sequence-to-frame mapping techniques for voice conversion
Yu Qiao, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo) CQ2009-98 PRMU2009-197 SP2009-138 MVE2009-120
Voice conversion, a task to transform one speaker’s voice to another’s, can be regarded as a problem to find a mapping f... [more] CQ2009-98 PRMU2009-197 SP2009-138 MVE2009-120
pp.285-290
SP 2009-11-27
09:30
Shizuoka Shizuoka University Improvement of structure to speech conversion based on a structural cost function
Daisuke Saito, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2009-70
Speech acoustics vary due to differences in age, gender, vocal tract length, microphone, and so on. The authors recently... [more] SP2009-70
pp.49-54
WIT, SP 2009-10-30
09:15
Aomori ASPAM Nasal sounds generation and pitch control for the real-time hand to speech system
Aki Kunikoshi, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Tokyo Univ.) SP2009-56 WIT2009-62
 [more] SP2009-56 WIT2009-62
pp.43-48
SP 2009-07-18
09:25
Fukushima   Structural analysis of Chinese dialects and its experimental application to pronunciation assessment
Xuebin Ma, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), Akira Nemoto (Nankai Univ.), Yu Qiao, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2009-45
The current situation of Chinese dialects is very complicated, not only because there are hundreds kinds of dialects, su... [more] SP2009-45
pp.25-30
SP 2009-06-25
09:30
Hokkaido Clark Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Univ. Analysis and Utilization of Speaker Adaptation Techniques for Shadowing and Read-Speech Pronunciation Evaluation
Dean Luo, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo), Yutaka Yamauchi (Tokyo International Univ.), Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2009-32
In this paper, we investigate the effects and problems of MLLR speaker adaptation when applied to pronunciation evaluati... [more] SP2009-32
pp.51-56
SP 2009-01-30
14:40
Nara NAIST Mixture of Probabilistic Linear Regression for Voice Conversion
Yu Qiao, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2008-139
This paper introduces a model of Mixture of Probabilistic Linear Regressions (MPLR) to learn a mapping function between ... [more] SP2008-139
pp.79-84
SP, NLC 2008-12-10
16:10
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Dialect-based speaker classification of Chinese using acoustic features invariant with extra-linguistic factors
XueBin Ma, Nobuaki Minematsu, Yu Qiao, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo), Akira Nemoto (Nankai Univ.), Feng Shi (nankai Univ.) NLC2008-54 SP2008-109
Chinese dialects-based speaker classification using modern speech technologies is really a challenge, not only because t... [more] NLC2008-54 SP2008-109
pp.179-184
SP, NLC 2008-12-10
16:10
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Isolated word recognition based on speech structures and discriminant analysis
Satoshi Asakawa, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) NLC2008-58 SP2008-113
Non-linguistic factors of speech such as vocal tract sizes and recording devices easily change
acoustic features of spe... [more]
NLC2008-58 SP2008-113
pp.203-208
SP, NLC 2008-12-10
16:10
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Speech recognition using localized affine invariant features
Masayuki Suzuki, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) NLC2008-59 SP2008-114
This paper proposes localized affine invariant features (LAIFs) for speaker-independent automatic speech recognition. Th... [more] NLC2008-59 SP2008-114
pp.209-214
SP 2008-11-20
17:15
Gifu Softopia Japan (Ogaki) Development of a speech generator from hand motions based on space mapping
Aki Kunikoshi, Yu Qiao, Masayuki Suzuki, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Tokyo Univ.) SP2008-78
When individuals with speaking disabilities, dysarthrics, want to communicate using speech, they often use speech synthe... [more] SP2008-78
pp.45-50
SP 2008-07-17
- 2008-07-19
Iwate Iwate Prefectural Univ. The general form of divergence invariant to transformations
Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2008-51
 [more] SP2008-51
pp.49-54
SP 2008-06-27
- 2008-06-28
Hokkaido   Experimental Study of Using Spectrum-based Features for Structural Representation of Speech
Masayuki Suzuki, Satoshi Asakawa, Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2008-32
Non-linguistic factors such as morphological differences in vocal tracts inevitably affect acoustic features of speech. ... [more] SP2008-32
pp.73-78
SP 2008-03-20
15:15
Tokyo Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] Unsupervised Phoneme Segmentation Using Mahalanobis Distance
Yu Qiao, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2007-198
One of the fundamental problems in speech engineering is phoneme segmentation. Approaches to phoneme segmentation can be... [more] SP2007-198
pp.69-74
SP 2007-11-28 Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology Recognition of Connected Japanese Vowel Utterances Using Random Discriminant Structure Analysis
Yu Qiao, Satoshi Asakawa, Nobuaki Minematsu (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2007-89
Automatic speech recognition has to deal with the non-linguistic variations of speech signals. Many non-linguistic varia... [more] SP2007-89
pp.19-24
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