- Anne Cutler:
Learning about speech.
- K. J. Ray Liu:
Decision learning in data science: where John Nash meets social media.
- Lori Lamel:
Language diversity: speech processing in a multi-lingual context.
- William S.-Y. Wang:
Sound patterns in language.
- Li Deng:
Achievements and challenges of deep learning - from speech analysis and recognition to language and multimodal processing.
- Phil Rose:
Transcribing tone - a likelihood-based quantitative evaluation of chao's tone letters. 101-105
- Teruhisa Misu:
Crowdsourcing for situated dialog systems in a moving car. 125-129
- Shunichi Ishihara:
Replicate mismatch between test/background and development databases: the impact on the performance of likelihood ratio-based forensic voice comparison. 393-397
- Marcelo de Oliveira Rosa:
Simulation of 3d larynges with asymmetric distribution of viscoelastic properties in their vocal folds. 403-407
- Tokihiko Kaburagi:
Estimation of vocal-tract shape from speech spectrum and speech resynthesis based on a generative model. 422-426
- Ming Li:
Automatic recognition of speaker physical load using posterior probability based features from acoustic and phonetic tokens. 437-441
- Brian S. Helfer, Thomas F. Quatieri, James R. Williamson, Laurel Keyes, Benjamin Evans, W. Nicholas Greene, Trina Vian, Joseph Lacirignola, Trey E. Shenk, Thomas M. Talavage, Jeff Palmer, Kristin Heaton:
Articulatory dynamics and coordination in classifying cognitive change with preclinical mTBI. 485-489
- Janice Wing Sze Wong:
The effects of high and low variability phonetic training on the perception and production of English vowels /e/-/æ/ by Cantonese ESL learners with high and low L2 proficiency levels. 524-528