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.
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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
But before we turn into “Self” Centered Maniacs
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.
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