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Dual-Domain Hierarchical Classification of Phonetic Time Series

Hossein Hamooni, Abdullah Mueen
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining  
In this paper, we introduce the phoneme classification problem as a data mining task. We propose a dual-domain (time and frequency) hierarchical classification algorithm.  ...  With the recent advancement of phonetic segmentation algorithms, it is now possible to generate datasets of millions of phonemes automatically.  ...  We introduce the dual-domain hierarchical classification for phonetic time series and use K-NN for the first time on phonemes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdm.2014.92 dblp:conf/icdm/HamooniM14 fatcat:5yep2wnvp5curbai7j64iwekga

The significance of the morphographic principle for the classification of writing systems

2011 Written Language & Literacy  
The significance of the morphographic principle – by which the orthographic units of a writing system primarily represent morphemes – has been seriously undervalued within the study and classification  ...  Keywords: morphographic principle; logographic; writing system classification; Japanese writing system; kanji; psycholinguistics; mental lexicon  ...  The traditional classification, known as 六書 Rikusho 'Six Scripts, ' was introduced by 許慎 Kyoshin in his dictionary, 説文解字 Setsumon kaiji compiled in China around 120 CE, and is  ... 
doi:10.1075/wll.14.1.04joy fatcat:6plk42wkajfdvefx67oxps4vcq

Bird Species Recognition Using Support Vector Machines

Seppo Fagerlund
2007 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
Recognition is performed in a decision tree with support vector machine (SVM) classifiers at each node that perform classification between two species.  ...  Automatic identification of bird species by their vocalization is studied in this paper.  ...  Algorithm 1 The segmentation of a recording into individual syllables is performed using an iterative time-domain algorithm [14] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/38637 fatcat:e4ljsrrvk5fo5d6reccjez3sem

Literature Review on Automatic Speech Recognition

Wiqas Ghai, Navdeep Singh
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Automatic speech recognition, which was considered to be a concept of science fiction and which has been hit by number of performance degrading factors, is now an important part of information and communication  ...  Improvements in the fundamental approaches and development of new approaches by researchers have lead to the advancement of ASRs which were just responding to a set of sounds to sophisticated ASRs which  ...  Vocabulary Size and domain  ... 
doi:10.5120/5565-7646 fatcat:wu46s3bhjbejhmskufomiodxma

Cerebral lateralization and early speech acquisition: A developmental scenario

Yasuyo Minagawa-Kawai, Alejandrina Cristià, Emmanuel Dupoux
2011 Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience  
We review three competing classes of hypotheses (i.e. signal-driven, domain-driven, and learning biases hypotheses) regarding the causes of hemispheric specialization for speech processing.  ...  We assess the fit between each of these hypotheses and neuroimaging evidence in speech perception and show that none of the three hypotheses can account for the entire set of observations on its own.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported in part by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) (Project no. 21682002), Global COE program (Keio University), Academic Frontier Project supported by Ministry of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2011.03.005 pmid:22436509 pmcid:PMC6987554 fatcat:zcmt4meefzdflhkhmtez4sa2oa

Predicting segmental substitution errors in aphasic patients with phonological and phonetic encoding impairments

Anna Marczyk, Lorraine Baqué
2015 Loquens  
Errors were elicited using a list of words where type of consonant, lexical stress and phonetic context were controlled for and where variables related to frequency of occurrence (word and syllable) and  ...  While our results lent support to the hypothesis of a concomitant phonetic deficit in fluent aphasia, contrary to the classical claim, it also revealed differential patterns in the phonic behaviour of  ...  to a given domain.  ... 
doi:10.3989/loquens.2015.023 fatcat:opwh7zqsefeizlb4cyet4a72ca


1991 Folia linguistica  
Baumann (1976) find s repercussions of this passage in the work of Leonard Bloomfield, Nikolaj Sergejevic TVubetzkoy, Vladimir Skalicka, and perhaps also Wilhelm Meyer-Lübke.  ...  See also Koerner (1974) on the controversial issue of Gabelentz's influence. f\ Curiously Reichling (1948) states and Baumann (1976) implies that it was already present in the original edition of 1891.  ...  at the same time rank them hierarchically: The conditional connection A~3B~3C defines this hierarchical classification: languages with languages without 4 (also Sharing 8 and C) languages wfth B languages  ... 
doi:10.1515/flin.1991.25.3-4.421 fatcat:tmsxmaizkzg7xhs5mt2vb2lvwm

A Story of /v/: Voiced Spirants In The Obstruent-Sonorant Divide

Christina Bjorndahl
2018 Zenodo  
Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 focus on the phonetic characteristics of /v/.  ...  The patterning of /v/ in Russian and other languages has long posed a problem for phonological theory because of its ambiguous classification with respect to the feature [sonorant]: like obstruents, /v  ...  Osu, who argue in a series of papers that the domain of nasalizability in Ikwere are the non-obstruent consonants (Clements and Osu, 2002 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3725904 fatcat:qoijabj2frghxbztpatksu75eu

A Support Vector Machine-Based Dynamic Network for Visual Speech Recognition Applications

Mihaela Gordan, Constantine Kotropoulos, Ioannis Pitas
2002 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
We test the performance of the proposed approach on a small visual speech recognition task, namely the recognition of the first four digits in English.  ...  The word recognition rate obtained is at the level of the previous best reported rates.  ...  We also have to consider the dual aspect corresponding to the concept of allophones in the acoustic domain.  ... 
doi:10.1155/s1110865702207039 fatcat:qg2fz4q76jgg5gtdireop4ipxm

Stages of Lexical Access [chapter]

Willem J. M. Levelt, Herbert Schriefers
1987 Natural Language Generation  
An additional problem with discrimination nets is that there are large parts of the lexicon which do not seem to be hierarchically organized; there are cross-classifications, circular arrangements, and  ...  LOCALIZING ACCESS EFFECTS: THE CASE OF SEMANTIC MARKEDNESS In a recent series of experiments (Schriefers, 1985) it was discovered that, in making comparative judgments, speakers take more time to generate  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-009-3645-4_25 fatcat:5os6gl7mjzepxlteswizpudqxq

The phonological mistake and 5D paradigm

Piero Crispiani
2016 Health Psychology Report  
In this sense the dyslexic reader does not make a phonological mistake in terms of association, but a kinetic-motor one, in space-time from left to right. key words phonetics; phonology; praxic motor paradigm  ...  In this perspective, the dyslexia condition is a disorder related to lack of coordination, including disorganization in space-time and lateral dominance.  ...  phoneme, phonological / phonetic learning / enforceability, etc. 6.  ... 
doi:10.5114/hpr.2016.56606 fatcat:osyozcdqa5ejle7ugwdnt7bhoe

Rhotic underspecification: Deriving variability and arbitrariness through phonological representations

David Natvig
2020 Glossa  
This proposal captures the seemingly arbitrary relationship between the phonetics and phonology present among r-sounds and accounts for why corresponding degrees of divergent surface forms are not attested  ...  Rhotics show considerable surface variation, which has precluded classification based on cohesive articulatory or acoustic properties.  ...  It is also partly supported by the Research Council of Norway through its Centres of Excellence funding scheme, project number 223265.  ... 
doi:10.5334/gjgl.1172 fatcat:kchdrpdn5ja4vhn5hvhescfraq

Revised Criteria for Mild Cognitive Impairment: Validation within a Longitudinal Population Study

Sylvaine Artero, Ronald Petersen, Jacques Touchon, Karen Ritchie
2006 Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders  
The identification of cases of subclinical cognitive impairment at high risk of evolving towards dementia is important both for early treatment and protection of the individual.  ...  At 2 years of follow-up, a diagnosis of dementia was made by a neurologist using DSM-IIIR criteria and without knowledge of the results of the cognitive testing.  ...  Acknowledgements Financial support for the Eugeria project has been given by the French Social Security (CNAM-TS), the Fondation de France, the Regional Government of Languedoc-Roussillon and the Direction  ... 
doi:10.1159/000096287 pmid:17047325 fatcat:2whcsadggnednhi3nsfeha7obi

Paralinguistics in speech and language—State-of-the-art and the challenge

Björn Schuller, Stefan Steidl, Anton Batliner, Felix Burkhardt, Laurence Devillers, Christian Müller, Shrikanth Narayanan
2013 Computer Speech and Language  
chain of processing.  ...  summary of methods used by the participants, and their results.  ...  This work was supported by a fellowship within the postdoc program of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csl.2012.02.005 fatcat:2izbs3usxbgj5drbehlyknfciq

Speech Technology Progress Based on New Machine Learning Paradigm

Vlado Delić, Zoran Perić, Milan Sečujski, Nikša Jakovljević, Jelena Nikolić, Dragiša Mišković, Nikola Simić, Siniša Suzić, Tijana Delić
2019 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
of speech signal processing.  ...  Owing not only to their intrinsic complexity but also to their relation with cognitive sciences, speech technologies are now viewed as a prime example of interdisciplinary knowledge area.  ...  Acknowledgments e work described in this paper was supported in part by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, through the project "Development of Dialogue  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/4368036 pmid:31341467 pmcid:PMC6614991 fatcat:yfwrwisz7jgrtlijfpj7rkuuoi
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