Compensating for Hyperarticulation by Modeling Articulatory Properties Hagen Soltau, Florian Metze, Alex Waibel Interactions between Speech Recognition Problems and User Emotions Mihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman, Kate Forbes-Riley. Feb.21.2006 Rohit Kumar Affective Dialog Systems.
Compensating for Hyperarticulationby Modeling Articulatory PropertiesHagen Soltau, Florian Metze, Alex WaibelInteractions betweenSpeech Recognition Problemsand User EmotionsMihai Rotaru, Diane J. Litman, Kate Forbes-Riley
Affective Dialog Systems
User Centered Computing
Audience Centered Presentation
Lets look at what
Soltau and Rotaru have to say
Both these papers are about
(and also anti-models )
(Add in if I am missing something)
Rohit Kumar, Amit Kataria, Sanjeev Sofat, "Building Non - Native Pronunciation Lexicon for English using a Rule based Approach," International Conference on Natural Language Processing (ICON) 2003, Mysore, India
Andrew Moore’s Lecture Slides
Pg 7 - 10, 20 - 24
The following minimum frequency thresholds should be obeyed:
In general, the greater the degrees of freedom (i.e., the more values/categories on the independent and dependent variables), the more lenient the minimum expected frequencies threshold.
That’s all Folks expected
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