IEEE, SPS, ACL, ISCA

Organizing Chairs:

Dilek Hakkani-Tür, Microsoft

Mari Ostendorf, U. Washington

Finance Chair:

Gokhan Tur, Microsoft

Advisory Board:

Mazin Gilbert, AT&T Labs - Research

Srinivas Bangalore, AT&T Labs - Research

Giuseppe Riccardi, U. Trento

Technical Chairs:

Isabel Trancoso, INESC-ID, Portugal

Tim Paek, Microsoft Research

Area Chairs:

Julia Hirschberg, Columbia Univ.

Hermann Ney, RWTH Aachen

Andreas Stolcke, SRI International/ICSI

Ye-Yi Wang, Microsoft Research

Demo Chairs:

Alex Potamianos, Tech. U. of Crete

Mikko Kurimo, Helsinki U. of Tech.

Publicity Chair:

Bhuvana Ramabhadran, IBM

Benoit Favre, U. Le Mans

Panel Chairs:

Sadaoki Furui, Tokyo Inst. Of Tech.

Eric Fosler-Lussier, Ohio State U.

Publication Chair:

Yang Liu, U. Texas, Dallas

Local Organizers:

Dimitra Vergryi, SRI International

Murat Akbacak, SRI International

Arindam Mandal, SRI International

Sibel Yaman, IBM Research

Europe Liaisons:

Frederic Bechet, U. Marseille

Philipp Koehn, U. Edinburgh

Asia Liaisons:

Helen Meng, C. U. Hong Kong

Gary Geunbae Lee, POSTECH

Technical Program

P3: Automatic Speech Recognition

Session Type: Poster
Time: Tuesday, December 14, 10:00 - 11:30
Location: Horizon+Lanai
 
P3.1: SUB-LEXICAL LANGUAGE MODELS FOR GERMAN LVCSR
         Amr El-Desoky Mousa; RWTH-Aachen University
         M. Ali Basha Shaik; RWTH-Aachen University
         Ralf Schlüter; RWTH-Aachen University
         Hermann Ney; RWTH-Aachen University
 
P3.2: AN UNSUPERVISED BOOSTING TECHNIQUE FOR REFINING WORD ALIGNMENT
         Sankaranarayanan Ananthakrishnan; Raytheon BBN Technologies
         Rohit Prasad; Raytheon BBN Technologies
         Prem Natarajan; Raytheon BBN Technologies
 
P3.3: MULTILINGUAL A-STABIL: A NEW CONFIDENCE SCORE FOR MULTILINGUAL UNSUPERVISED TRAINING
         Ngoc Thang Vu; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
         Franziska Kraus; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
         Tanja Schultz; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
 
P3.4: ACOUSTIC KEYWORD SPOTTER - OPTIMIZATION FROM END-USER PERSPECTIVE.
         Igor Szöke; Brno University of Technology
         Frantisek Grézl; Brno University of Technology
         Jan Černocký; Brno University of Technology
         Michal Fapšo; Brno University of Technology
         Tomáš Cipr; Phonexia
 
P3.5: AN EFFICIENT APPROACH FOR TWO-STAGE OPEN VOCABULARY SPOKEN TERM DETECTION
         Atta Norouzian; McGill University
         Richard Rose; McGill University
 
P3.6: EFFICIENT DATA SELECTION FOR SPOKEN DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL BASED ON PRIOR CONFIDENCE ESTIMATION USING SPEECH AND CONTEXT INDEPENDENT MODELS
         Satoshi Kobashikawa; NTT Corporation
         Taichi Asami; NTT Corporation
         Yoshikazu Yamaguchi; NTT Corporation
         Hirokazu Masataki; NTT Corporation
         Satoshi Takahashi; NTT Corporation
 
P3.7: EVALUATION OF AUTOMATIC TRANSCRIPTION SYSTEMS FOR THE JUDICIAL DOMAIN
         Jonas Lööf; Aachen University
         Daniele Falavigna; Fondazione Bruno Kessler
         Ralf Schlüter; Aachen University
         Roberto Gretter; Fondazione Bruno Kessler
         Diego Giuliani; Fondazione Bruno Kessler
         Hermann Ney; Aachen University
 
P3.8: OUT-OF-VOCABULARY TERM DETECTION BY N-GRAM ARRAY WITH DISTANCE FROM CONTINUOUS SYLLABLE RECOGNITION RESULTS
         Keisuke Iwami; Toyohashi University of Technology
         Yasuhisa Fujii; Toyohashi University of Technology
         Kazumasa Yamamoto; Toyohashi University of Technology
         Seiichi Nakagawa; Toyohashi University of Technology
 
P3.9: SIMULTANEOUS SPEECH RECOGNITION AND SPEAKER IDENTIFICATION
         Tobias Herbig; Nuance Communications Aachen GmbH
         Franz Gerl; Harman/Becker Automotive Systems GmbH
         Wolfgang Minker; University of Ulm
 
P3.10: A COLLECTIVE DATA GENERATION METHOD FOR SPEECH LANGUAGE MODELS
         Sean Liu; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Stephanie Seneff; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         James Glass; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
P3.11: ON THE USE OF DISCRIMINATIVE AND NON-DISCRIMINATIVE PRONUNCIATION PRIORS IN PRONUNCIATION VARIATION MODELING OF NON-NATIVE PROPER NAMES
         Line Adde; Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
         Torbjørn Svendsen; Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
 
P3.12: MODEL COMBINATION FOR SPEECH RECOGNITION USING EMPIRICAL BAYES RISK MINIMIZATION
         Anoop Deoras; Center for Language and Speech Processing
         Denis Filimonov; Human Language Technology Center of Excellence and UMIACS
         Mary Harper; Human Language Technology Center of Excellence and UMIACS
         Fred Jelinek; Center for Language and Speech Processing
 
P3.13: FEATURE-RICH CONTINUOUS LANGUAGE MODELS FOR SPEECH RECOGNITION
         Piotr Mirowski; New York University
         Sumit Chopra; AT&T Labs-Research
         Suhrid Balakrishnan; AT&T Labs-Research
         Srinivas Bangalore; AT&T Labs-Research
 
P3.14: UNSUPERVISED DOMAIN ADAPTATION WITH MULTIPLE ACOUSTIC MODELS
         Xin Lei; Google, Inc.
         Wen Wang; SRI International
         Andreas Stolcke; SRI International
 
P3.15: SUBBAND ACOUSTIC WAVEFORM FRONT-END FOR ROBUST SPEECH RECOGNITION USING SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINES
         Jibran Yousafzai; King's College London
         Zoran Cvetković; King's College London
         Peter Sollich; King's College London
 
P3.16: IMPROVEMENT OF A SPEECH RECOGNIZER FOR STANDARDIZED MEDICAL ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN’S SPEECH BY INTEGRATION OF PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
         Tobias Bocklet; Department of Phoniatrics and Paediatric Audiology
         Andreas Maier; Pattern Recognition Lab
         Ulrich Eysholdt; Department of Phoniatrics and Paediatric Audiology
         Elmar Noeth; Pattern Recognition Lab