SST 2004 Paper Index

Page numbers refer to nominal page numbers assigned to each paper for purposes of citation.

Australian Language Technology Workshop

Pages Authors Title
1--8 Ari Chanen, Jon Patrick Complex, Corpus-Driven, Syntactic Features for Word Sense Disambiguation
9--16 Diego Molla, Mary Gardiner Answerfinder: Question Answering by Combining Lexical, Syntactic and Semantic Information
17--24 David Bell, Jon Patrick Using WordNet Domains In A Supervised Learning Word Sense Disambiguation System
25--31 Luiz Augusto, Sangoi Pizzato Using a Trie-based Structure for Question Analysis
32--38 Mingfang Wu, Ross Wilkinson, Cecile Paris An Evaluation on Query-biased Summarisation for the Question Answering Task
39--46 Jon Patrick, Pham Hong Nguyen Thin Parsing: A Balance between Wide Scale Parsing and Chunking
47--54 Corrin Lakeland, Alistair Knott Implementing a lexicalised statistical parser
55--62 Rolf Schwitter, Marc Tilbrook Controlled Natural Language meets the SemanticWeb
63--70 Andrew Lampert, Cecile Paris Information Assembly for Automatic Content Adaptation
71--77 Bernd Bohnet, Robert Dale Referring Expression Generation as a Search Problem
78--84 Mark Foreman, Daniel McMichael A Proposed Framework for Specifying New and Existing Combinators of CCG
85--92 Cecile Paris, Nathalie Colineau, Dominique Estival Intelligent Multi Media Presentation of information in a semi-immersive Command and Control environment
93--100 Casey Whitelaw, Jon Patrick Selecting Systemic Features for Text Classification
101--108 Pont Lurcock, Peter Vlugter, Alistair Knott A framework for utterance disambiguation in dialogue
109--116 Phil Blunsom Maximum Entropy Markov Models for Semantic Role Labelling
117--122 Yuanyong Wang, Achim Hoffmann A New Measure for Extracting Semantically Related Words
123--130 David Penton, Steven Bird Representing and Rendering Linguistic Paradigms
131--138 Maarten van Schagen, Alistair Knott Tauira: A tool for acquiring unknown words in a dialogue context
139--146 Catherine Lai, Steven Bird Querying and Updating Treebanks: A Critical Survey and Requirements Analysis
147--154 Matthew Honnibal Converting the Penn Treebank to Systemic Functional Grammar
155--162 Patrick Ye Selection Preference Based Verb Sense Disambiguation Using WordNet
163--170 Jon Patrick, Jeremy Fletcher Differentiating Types of Verb Particle Constructions

Phonetics of Australian and New Zealand English Workshop

Pages Authors Title
171--176 D. Loakes, K. McDougall Frication of /k/ and /p/ in Australian English: Inter- and Intra-Speaker Variation
177--182 Tony Alderman The Use of Australian-English Vowel Formant Data Sets in Forensic Speaker Identification.
183--188 Margaret Maclagan, Jennifer Hay The rise and rise of New Zealand English DRESS
189--194 A. Bryan Fricker The change in Australian English vowels over three generations
195--200 Z. Evans, C. Watson An acoustic comparison of Australian and New Zealand English
201--206 C. Watson, S. Palethorpe, J. Harrington Capturing the vowel change in New Zealand English over a thirty year period via a diachronic study.
207--212 Christian Langstrof The centring diphthongs of New Zealand English in the Intermediate Period
213--214 F. Cox, S. Palethorpe, K. Tsukada A Century of Accent Change in Australian English
215--220 L. Bauer, P. Warren Curing the goat's mouth
221--226 R. Mannell Perceptual Vowel Space for Australian English Lax Vowels: 1988 and 2004

Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology

Pages Authors Title
227--230 Kevin Adistambha, Christian H Ritz, Jason Lukasiak An Investigation into Embedded Audio Coding Using An AAC Perceptually Lossless Base Layer
231--236 S. Ishihara, C. I. Watson Using Wavelets to Acoustically Analyse Oral Stops
237--242 Phil Rose Defying Explanation? -- Accounting for Tones in Wenzhou Dialect Disyllabic Lexical Tone Sandhi
243--248 Hyung-Soon Yim The Necessity for an Intermediate Phrase in Korean Intonational Phonology
(Includes Additional Material)
249--252 C. H. Ritz, J. Parsons Lossless Wideband Speech Coding
253--258 Vinod Chandran, Sridha Sridharan Higher Order Spectral Phase Features for Speaker Identification
259--264 Erik J. Eriksson, Luis F. Cepeda, Robert D. Rodman Robustness of Spectral Moments: a Study using Voice Imitations
265--270 Patrick Lucey, Terrence Martin, Sridha Sridharan. Confusability of Phonemes Grouped According to their Viseme Classes in Noisy Environments
271--276 Niklas Torstensson, Kirk P. H. Sullivan, Erik J. E Mimicked accents -- Do speakers have similar cognitive prototypes?
277--282 M. Stevens, J. Hajek A Preliminary Investigation of Some Acoustic Characteristics of Ejectives in Waima'a: VOT and Closure Duration
283--288 Thomas J. Millhouse & Frantz Clermont Systematic comparison of spoken and sung vowels using perceptual linear-prediction analysis
289--294 D.Loakes Front Vowels as Speaker-Specific: Some Evidence from Australian English
295--300 J. Hajek, M. Stevens Tonal activity in Kara, an Austronesian language spoken in New Britain
301--305 Sung-Joon Park, Kyung-Ae Jang, Jae-In Kim, Myoung- Membering: A Conference Call Service with Speaker-Independent Name Dialing on AIN
306--311 K. Thambiratnam, S. Sridharan A study on the effects of limited training data for English, Spanish and Indonesian keyword spotting
312--315 Youyi Lu, Fei Lu, Siddharth Sehgal, Swati Gupta, Jingsheng Du, Chee Hong Tham, Phil Green, Vincent Wan Multitask Learning in Connectionist Speech Recognition
316--321 Fredrik Karlsson, Elisabeth Zetterholm, Kirk P. H. Development of a Gender Difference in Voice Onset Time
322--327 Supphanat Kanokphara, Julie Carson-Berndsen Automatic Question Generation for HMM State Tying using a Feature Table
328--333 Sonya Bird, Marion Caldecott Timing differences in St'át'imcets glottalised resonants: Linguistic or biomechanical
334--339 M. Stevens, J. Hajek How pervasive is preaspiration? Investigating sonorant devoicing in Sienese Italian
340--345 M. Stevens, J. Hajek Comparing voiced and voiceless geminates in Sienese Italian: what role does preaspiration play?
346--351 William Steed, Peter Hardie Acoustic Properties of the Kuman Voiceless Velar Lateral Fricative
352--357 T. Martin, K. Thambiratnam, S.Sridharan Target Structured Cross Language Model Refinement
358--363 Girija Chetty, Michael Wagner Liveness Verification in Audio-Video Authentication
364--369 L. Stephenson Lexical Frequency and Neighbourhood Density effects on Vowel Production in Words and Nonwords
370--375 V. Widjaja, H. Winskel, Phonological awareness and word reading in a transparent orthography: Preliminary findings on Indonesian
376--381 K. Croot, K. Rastle Is there a syllabary containing stored articulatory plans for speech production in English?
382--386 Kitamura, Christine and Lorenzo, Jennifer Vowel Duration and Pitch Contour as Contenders for Infant Attention
387--392 Odette Scharenborg, Lou Boves, Louis ten Bosch `On-line Early Recognition' of Polysyllabic Words in Continuous Speech
393--397 Elisabeth Zetterholm, Mats Blomberg, Daniel Eleniu A comparison between human perception and a speaker verification system score of a voice imitation
398--403 Michael Mason, Robbie Vogt, Brendan Baker, Sridha The QUT NIST 2004 Speaker Verification System: A fused acoustic and high-level approach
404--409 R. Vogt, S. Sridharan Frame-Weighted Bayes Factor Scoring for Speaker Verification
410--414 Maragret Lech, Glen Hawksworth A Speech Enhancement Method for Improved Intelligibility in the Presence of an Ambient Noise
415--419 Patricia Vermillion Using Prosodic Completion Tasks to explore the Phonetics and Phonology of Intonation
420--425 T. S. Gunawan, E. Ambikairajah Speech Enhancement using Temporal Masking and Fractional Bark Gammatone Filters
426--431 Hyun-Soo KIM, W. Harvey Holmes Spectral Estimation and Speech Analysis Techniques Using Morphological Filters
432--435 M. Tabain, P. Perrier, C. Savariaux, R. Beare An Articulatory Prosody Study of /u/: Motor Equivalence
436--439 J. Fletcher, N. Evans, B. Ross Pausing strategies and prosodic boundaries in Dalabon
440--444 Kristine Rickard Lanqi Citation Tones: an Initial Acoustically-based Study
445--450 Phil Rose The Acoustics and Probabilistic Phonology of Short Stopped-Syllable Tones in Hong Kong Cantonese
451--456 Eric Choi Noise Robust Front-end for ASR using Spectral Subtraction, Spectral Flooring and Cumulative Distribution Mapping
457--462 Stephen Choularton, Robert Dale User responses to Speech Recognition Errors: Consistency of Behaviour Across Domains
463--468 Shunichi Ishihara Surface Tonal Representations of Kagoshima Japanese Accentual Contrast
469--474 Michael McGreevy Pseudo-Syntactic Language Modeling for Disfluent Speech Recognition
475--480 Petra Bodén A New Variety of Swedish?
481--485 John Ingram, Thu Nguyen Development of a multi-tiered speech annotation system for Modeling Accented English
486--491 R. Goecke, J.B. Millar A Detailed Description of the AVOZES Data Corpus
(Includes Additional Material)
492--497 P. Rose, D. Lucy, T.Osanai Linguistic-Acoustic Forensic Speaker Identification with Likelihood Ratios from a Multivariate Hierarchical Random Effects Model: A "Non-Idiot's Bayes" Approach
498--503 Yuko Kinoshita LR estimation using long term F0 as a parameter: good, bad or useless? Initial investigation using Japanese data
504--509 Mehrdad Khodai-Joopari, F. Clermont, M. Barlow Speaker variability on a continuum of spectral sub-bands from 297-speakers' non-contemporaneous cepstra of Japanese vowels
510--515 Tony Alderman The Bernard Data Set as a Reference Distribution for Bayesian Likelihood Ratio-based Forensic Speaker Identification using Formants
516--521 T. Nguyen, J. Ingram A corpus-based analysis of transfer effects and connected speech processes in Vietnamese English
522--527 F. Clermont Inter-Speaker Scaling of Poly-Segmental Formant Ensembles
528--532 S. Cassidy Evaluation of the Macquarie Meeting Room Speaker Diarisation System
533--538 M.R. Flax, W.H. Holmes A Lumped Model of the Neural Peripheral and Central Nervous Auditory Link -- Qualitative View II
539--544 Michael A. Eager, David B. Grayden, Anthony N. Bur A Neural Network Model of the Cochlear Nucleus
545--550 Hartmut R. Pfitzinger Unsupervised Speech Morphing between Utterances of any Speakers
551--556 Brendan Baker, Robbie Vogt, Sridha Sridharan Phonetic and Lexical Speaker Recognition in Reduced Training Scenarios
557--562 H. Moulder, H. Meffin, D. B. Grayden Mechanisms for the Perception of Concurrent Vowels
563--568 Kimiko Tsukada Cross-language perception of final stops in Thai and English: A comparison of native and non-native listeners
 
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