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Technical Committee on Speech (SP)  (Searched in: 2018)

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SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie [Keynote Address] Voice Modification for Announcement of Evacuation Guidance in Noisy Reverberant Environments
Masato Akagi, Masashi Unoki, Rieko Kubo, Maori Kobayashi (JAIST) SP2018-51
The authors are studying on realization of voice evacuation guidance system to reliably convey information with high int... [more] SP2018-51
SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie [Invited Lecture] Measurement method of speech listening performance under various listening environments based on speech and word intelligibility
Shuichi Sakamoto (Tohoku Univ.) SP2018-52
The effectiveness in conveying a message is an important consideration when transmitting speech information via a commun... [more] SP2018-52
SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie Acoustical Features of Perceived Urgency in Speech
Maori Kobayashi, Yasuhiro Hamada, Masato Akagi (JAIST) SP2018-53
In this study, we compared influences of three acoustic features (speech rate, F0, and spectral sequence (amplitude)) to... [more] SP2018-53
SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie Study on teaching words in disaster prevention broadcast training -- Announcement to induce evacuation behavior --
Yoshio Tsuchida, Sayoko Takano (KIT) SP2018-54
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SP 2019-01-26
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie [Fellow Memorial Lecture] Machine, human and sound communication
Akinori Ito (Tohoku Univ.) SP2018-55
Speech is the most important modality for human-human communication. From invention of electrical speech communication, ... [more] SP2018-55
SP 2019-01-27
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie [Tutorial Invited Lecture] Software components towards end-to-end speech synthesis at NII -- Tutorial for Tacotron and WaveNet --
Yusuke Yasuda, Xin Wang (NII) SP2018-56
This presentation describes recent advances of end-to-end speech synthesis. We introduce major approaches and our method... [more] SP2018-56
SP 2019-01-27
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie A study on End-to-End articulatory-to-speech conversion
Fumiaki Taguchi, Tokihiko Kaburagi (Kyushu Univ.) SP2018-57
Methods of articulatory-to-speech conversion are beneficial for acquired speech-impaired people, providing a way of prod... [more] SP2018-57
SP 2019-01-27
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie Evaluation of end-to-end speech synthesis method using speaking styles
Kiyoshi Kurihara, Nobumasa Seiyama, Tadashi Kumano, Atsushi Imai (NHK) SP2018-58
The purpose of this study was to conduct end-to-end text-to-speech synthesis in Japanese; we developed a system that use... [more] SP2018-58
SP 2019-01-27
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
SP 2019-01-27
Ishikawa Kanazawa-Harmonie Multimodal Data Augmentation for Visual Speech Recognition using Deep Canonical Correlation Analysis
Masaki Shimonishi, Satoshi Tamura, Satoru Hayamizu (Gifu University) SP2018-60
This paper proposes ta new data augmentation strategy for deep learning, in which feature vectors in one modality can be... [more] SP2018-60
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