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PHONUS 5

PHONUS 5 (2000)

PHONUS 5 contains the proceedings of the Worshop on "Phonetics and Phonology in ASR. Parameters and Features, and their Implications", held from 1-3 March 200 at the Institute of Phonetics in Saarbrücken. Click here to download the foreword.

The articles can be downloaded if you click on the title below. They are in pdf format. If you want us to send you this issue of PHONUS in printed and bound form, please contact our secretary.

Wrench, A. (2000). A Multi-Channel/Multi-Speaker Articulatory Database for Continuous Speech Recognition Research. PHONUS 5, pp. 1-14. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

King, S., P. Taylor, J. Frankel & K. Richmond (2000). Speech Recognition via Phonetically-Featured Syllables. PHONUS 5, pp. 15-34. Saarbr6UUML,cken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Erriquez, A., R. Caradonna & J. Koreman (2000). The Application of a Fuzzy Clustering Neural Network to Acoustic-Phonetic Mapping for ASR. PHONUS 5, pp. 35-46. Saarbr6UUML,cken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Koreman, J. & B. Andreeva (2000). Can We Use the Linguistic Information in the Signal?. PHONUS 5, pp. 47-58. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Wokurek, W. (2000). Entropy Rate-Based Stationary/Non-Stationary Segmentation of Speech. PHONUS 5, pp. 59-71. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Kichhoff, K. (2000). Integrating Articulatory Features into Acoustic Models for Speech Recognition. PHONUS 5, pp. 73-86. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Morris, A. (2000). Some Applications of a Priori knowledge in Multi-Stream HMM and HMM/ANN based ASR. PHONUS 5, pp. 87-103. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Wester, M., J. Kessens & H. Strik (2000). Using Dutch Phonological Rules to Model Pronunciation Variation in ASR. PHONUS 5, pp. 105-116. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Kessens, J., M. Wester & H. Strik (2000). Automatic Detection and Verification of Dutch Phonological Rules. PHONUS 5, pp. 117-128. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Adda-Decker, M. & G. Adda (2000). Morphological Decomposition for ASR in German. PHONUS 5, pp. 129-143. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Adda-Decker, M. & L. Lamel (2000). Modeling Reduced Pronunciations in German. PHONUS 5, pp. 145-159. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.

Reetz, H. (2000). Underspecified Phonological Features for Lexical Access. PHONUS 5, pp. 161-173. Saarbrücken: Institute of Phonetics, University of the Saarland.