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SIP, SP, EA, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2024-03-01
09:30
Okinawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of Automatic Speech Recognition for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People by Speaker Adaptation.
Kaito Takahashi, Takahiro Kinouchi, Yukoh Wakabayashi (TUT), Kengo Ohta (NITAC), Akio Kobayashi (Yamato Univ.), Norihide Kitaoka (TUT) EA2023-102 SIP2023-149 SP2023-84
Communication between normal-hearing people and the deaf is generally used sign language, written communication, and spe... [more] EA2023-102 SIP2023-149 SP2023-84
pp.244-249
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2023-06-24
13:50
Tokyo
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of multi-speaker text-to-speech synthesis using a corpus for speech recognition with x-vectors for various speech styles
Koki Hida (Wakayama Univ/NICT), Takuma Okamoto (NICT), Ryuichi Nisimura (Wakayama Univ), Yamato Ohtani (NICT), Tomoki Toda (Nagoya Univ/NICT), Hisashi Kawai (NICT) SP2023-25
We have implemented multi-speaker end-to-end text-to-speech synthesis based on JETS using x-vectors as speaker embedding... [more] SP2023-25
pp.125-130
EA, US, SP, SIP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2021-03-04
16:45
Online Online Evaluation of Attention Fusion based Audio-Visual Target Speaker Extraction on Real Recordings
Hiroshi Sato, Tsubasa Ochiai, Keisuke Kinoshita, Marc Delcroix, Tomohiro Nakatani, Shoko Araki (NTT) EA2020-88 SIP2020-119 SP2020-53
The audio-visual target speech extraction, which aims at extracting a target speaker's voice from a mixture with audio a... [more] EA2020-88 SIP2020-119 SP2020-53
pp.170-175
SP 2019-01-27
11:05
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
pp.35-40
PRMU, SP 2018-06-29
11:00
Nagano   Speaker adaptation in speech synthesis based on neural networks including temporal structure modeling
Kento Nakao, Kei Hashimoto, Keiichiro Oura, Yoshihiko Nankaku, Keiichi Tokuda (NIT) PRMU2018-31 SP2018-11
This paper proposes a speaker adaptation technique for speech synthesis based on deep neural networks (DNNs) using a str... [more] PRMU2018-31 SP2018-11
pp.53-58
NLC, IPSJ-NL, SP, IPSJ-SLP
(Joint) [detail]
2017-12-21
12:50
Tokyo Waseda Univ. Green Computing Systems Research Organization [Poster Presentation] Development of Speaker/Environment-Dependent Acoustic Model for Non-Audible Murmur Recognition Based on DNN Adaptation
Seita Noda, Tomoki Hayashi, Tomoki Toda, Kazuya Takeda (Nagoya Univ.) SP2017-56
In this research, we aim to improve the performance of non-audible murmur (NAM) recognition towards the development of s... [more] SP2017-56
pp.7-10
SP, SIP, EA 2017-03-01
12:40
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center [Poster Presentation] An investigation of speaker adaptation method for DNN-based speech synthesis using speaker codes
Nobukatsu Hojo, Yusuke Ijima (NTT) EA2016-108 SIP2016-163 SP2016-103
In this work, we conducted objective evaluation experiments on the conventional speaker adaptation methods for DNN-based... [more] EA2016-108 SIP2016-163 SP2016-103
pp.147-152
EA, SP, SIP 2016-03-29
09:00
Oita Beppu International Convention Center B-ConPlaza [Poster Presentation] Speaker verification using weight-adapted score fusion in noisy reverberant environments
Ryosuke Nakanishi, Sayaka Shiota, Hitoshi Kiya (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) EA2015-114 SIP2015-163 SP2015-142
This paper proposes a weight estimation method for automatic speaker verification (ASV) using score fusion in noisy reve... [more] EA2015-114 SIP2015-163 SP2015-142
pp.267-272
SP, IPSJ-SLP
(Joint)
2015-07-16
17:20
Nagano Katakura Suwako Hotel Experimental evaluation of network size effect in speaker adaptive trained DNNs embedding linear transformation networks
Tsubasa Ochiai (Doshisha Univ./NICT), Shigeki Matsuda (Doshisha Univ.), Hideyuki Watanabe, Xugang Lu, Hisashi Kawai (NICT), Shigeru Katagiri (Doshisha Univ.) SP2015-41
Recently we proposed a novel speaker adaptation method that applied the Speaker Adaptive Training
(SAT) concept to DNN-... [more]
SP2015-41
pp.31-36
NLC, IPSJ-NL, SP, IPSJ-SLP, JSAI-SLUD
(Joint) [detail]
2014-12-16
11:00
Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology (Suzukakedai Campus) Prosody Correction Preserving Speaker Individuality in English-Read-By-Japanese Speech Synthesis Based on HMM
Yuji Oshima, Shinnosuke Takamichi, Tomoki Toda, Graham Neubig, Sakriani Sakti, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2014-112
To build an English acoustic model that well captures speaker individuality of each Japanese speaker, a framework using ... [more] SP2014-112
pp.63-68
NLC, IPSJ-NL, SP, IPSJ-SLP, JSAI-SLUD
(Joint) [detail]
2014-12-16
11:00
Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology (Suzukakedai Campus) Speaker adaptation using speaker-normalized DNN based on speaker codes
Yosuke Kashiwagi, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu, Keikichi Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2014-118
Recently, deep neural network (DNN) becomes one of the main streams of acoustic modeling for automatic speech recognitio... [more] SP2014-118
pp.105-110
SP 2013-02-28
15:00
Aichi Daido University [Poster Presentation] The effect of Speaker Adaptive Training on the naturalness of conversational speech synthesis and the controllability of paralinguistic information
Shunsuke Takahashi, Hiroki Mori (Utsunomiya Univ.) SP2012-121
The Speaker Adaptive Training (SAT) was applied to the HMM-based dialogue speech synthesis based on the UU Database. Its... [more] SP2012-121
pp.25-26
SP 2013-01-31
13:00
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Invited Talk] Speaker and style diversification in statistical parametric speech synthesis
Takashi Nose (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SP2012-109
This paper reviews representative techniques for adding and modifying various
speaker characteristics and style express... [more]
SP2012-109
pp.67-72
SP 2012-06-14
16:00
Kanagawa NTT Atsugi R&D Center Perceptual evaluation of synthesized speech reflecting "personalities"
Minoru Tsuzaki (KCUA), Keiichi Tokuda (NITEC), Hisashi Kawai (KDDI R&D Labs), Yoshinori Shiga, Jinfu Ni (NICT), Keiichiro Oura, Sayaka Shiota (NITEC) SP2012-39
Perceptual evaluation tests were performed for talker selection methods in the application of the speaker adaptation fra... [more] SP2012-39
pp.33-38
SP, NLC, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2011-12-20
09:00
Tokyo   Simultaneous application of speaker adaptation and noise mixture model estimation for noise suppression
Masakiyo Fujimoto, Shinji Watanabe, Tomohiro Nakatani (NTT) NLC2011-46 SP2011-91
In this paper, we propose a joint processing method for a model-based noise suppression that simultaneously achieves spe... [more] NLC2011-46 SP2011-91
pp.113-118
SP, NLC, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2011-12-20
10:30
Tokyo   Speaker Verification Using MMAP Adaptation
Sangeeta Biswas, Johan Rohdin, Koichi Shinoda, Sadaoki Furui (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) NLC2011-48 SP2011-93
This paper proposes maximum a posteriori (MAP) adaptation of Gaussian mixture models (GMM) using multiple priors for tex... [more] NLC2011-48 SP2011-93
pp.133-137
WIT, SP 2011-10-07
11:00
Tokyo TFT Bldg. On an analysis of speaker dependency and speaker adaptation for the recognition of back-channeling expressions in dialog between an robot and persons with dementia
Ken Sadohara, Hiroaki Kojima (AIST), Takuya Narita, Misato Nihei, Minoru Kamata (Univ. Tokyo), Shin-ichi Ohnaka, Yoshihiro Fujita (NEC), Rina Ishiwata, Takenobu Inoue (NRCD) SP2011-62 WIT2011-44
For the purpose of establishing a dialog between a robot and persons with dementia to remind information, this paper con... [more] SP2011-62 WIT2011-44
pp.61-65
SP, NLC 2009-12-21
10:10
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo Speaker Adaptation Using Nonlinear Spectral Transformation For Speech Recognition.
Toyohiro Hayashi, Yoshihiko Nankaku, Akinobu Lee, Keiichi Tokuda (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) NLC2009-12 SP2009-76
This paper proposes a speaker adaptation technique using nonlinear spectral transform based on GMMs.
One of the most po... [more]
NLC2009-12 SP2009-76
pp.1-6
SP 2009-07-17
13:25
Fukushima   Improvement of lecture speech recognition by using speaker-class models
Takashi Ito, Yohei Okuyama, Masaharu Kato, Tetsuo Kosaka (Yamagata Univ.), Masaki Kohda (professor emeritus at Yamagata Univ.) SP2009-42
This paper describes a new method based on speaker-class (SC) models in order to improve the performance of lecture spee... [more] SP2009-42
pp.7-12
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
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