[62] Eran Raveh and Ingmar Steiner. Automatic analysis of segmental features in a real-time phonetic convergence pipeline. In Phonetik & Phonologie 13, Berlin, Germany, September 2017. accepted.
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[61] Iona Gessinger, Bernd Möbius, and Ingmar Steiner. Capturing phonetic convergence by global analysis of spectral distance. In Phonetik & Phonologie 13, Berlin, Germany, September 2017. accepted.
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[60] Sébastien Le Maguer and Ingmar Steiner. The “uprooted” MaryTTS entry for the Blizzard Challenge 2017. In Blizzard Challenge, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2017.
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[59] Iona Gessinger, Eran Raveh, Sébastien Le Maguer, Bernd Möbius, and Ingmar Steiner. Shadowing synthesized speech -- segmental analysis of phonetic convergence. In Interspeech, pages 3797--3801, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2017.
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[58] Eran Raveh, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius. A computational model for phonetically responsive spoken dialogue systems. In Interspeech, pages 884--888, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2017.
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[57] Sébastien Le Maguer, Ingmar Steiner, and Alexander Hewer. An HMM/DNN comparison for synchronized text-to-speech and tongue motion synthesis. In Interspeech, pages 239--243, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2017.
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[56] Eran Raveh and Ingmar Steiner. A phonetic adaptation module for spoken dialogue systems. In Volha Petukhova and Ye Tian, editors, 21st Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SemDial), pages 162--163, Saarbrücken, Germany, August 2017.
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[55] Arif Khan and Ingmar Steiner. Qualitative evaluation and error analysis of phonetic segmentation. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 138--144, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[54] Eran Raveh, Iona Gessinger, Sébastien Le Maguer, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius. Investigating phonetic convergence in a shadowing experiment with synthetic stimuli. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 254--261, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[53] Ingmar Steiner, Sébastien Le Maguer, Judith Manzoni, Peter Gilles, and Jürgen Trouvain. Developing new language tools for MaryTTS: the case of Luxembourgish. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 186--192, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[52] Ingmar Steiner. A DevOps manifesto for speech corpus management. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 160--166, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[51] Sébastien Le Maguer and Ingmar Steiner. Uprooting MaryTTS: Agile processing and voicebuilding. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 152--159, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[50] Benjamin Weitz, Ingmar Steiner, and Peter Birkholz. Gesture-based articulatory text-to-speech synthesis. In Jürgen Trouvain, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius, editors, 28th Conference on Electronic Speech Signal Processing (ESSV), pages 324--331, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2017.
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[49] Boyuan Deng, Denis Jouvet, Yves Laprie, Ingmar Steiner, and Aghilas Sini. Towards confidence measures on fundamental frequency estimations. In 42nd IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pages 5605--5609, New Orleans, LA, USA, March 2017.
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[48] Ingmar Steiner, Sébastien Le Maguer, and Alexander Hewer. Synthesis of tongue motion and acoustics from text using a multimodal articulatory database. December 2016. submitted.
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[47] Alexander Hewer, Stefanie Wuhrer, Ingmar Steiner, and Korin Richmond. A multilinear tongue model derived from speech related MRI data of the human vocal tract. December 2016. submitted.
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[46] Iona Gessinger, Eran Raveh, Johannah O'Mahony, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius. A shadowing experiment with natural and synthetic stimuli. In Christoph Draxler and Felicitas Kleber, editors, Phonetik & Phonologie 12, pages 58--61, Munich, Germany, October 2016.
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[45] Alexander Hewer, Stefanie Wuhrer, Ingmar Steiner, and Korin Richmond. Tongue mesh extraction from 3D MRI data of the human vocal tract. In Michael Breuß, Alfred M. Bruckstein, Petros Maragos, and Stefanie Wuhrer, editors, Perspectives in Shape Analysis, Mathematics and Visualization, chapter 16, pages 345--365. Springer, 2016.
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[44] Sébastien Le Maguer and Ingmar Steiner. The MaryTTS entry for the Blizzard Challenge 2016. In Blizzard Challenge, Cupertino, CA, USA, September 2016.
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[43] Kristy James, Alexander Hewer, Ingmar Steiner, and Stefanie Wuhrer. A real-time framework for visual feedback of articulatory data using statistical shape models. In Interspeech, pages 1569--1570, San Francisco, CA, USA, September 2016.
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[42] Sébastien Le Maguer, Bernd Möbius, Ingmar Steiner, and Damien Lolive. De l'utilisation de descripteurs issus de la linguistique computationnelle dans le cadre de la synthèse par HMM. In 31ème Journées d'Études sur la Parole, pages 714--722, Paris, France, July 2016.
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[41] Sébastien Le Maguer, Bernd Möbius, and Ingmar Steiner. Toward the use of information density based descriptive features in HMM based speech synthesis. In 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, pages 1029--1033, Boston, MA, USA, May 2016.
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[40] Kristy James, Ingmar Steiner, Martijn Wieling, Alexander Hewer, and Angelika Braun. Watch your tongue: A point-tracking visualisation system in Blender. In Workshop on Feedback in Pronunciation Training, Tholey, Germany, November 2015.
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[39] Sébastien Le Maguer, Ingmar Steiner, and Bernd Möbius. Toward a speech synthesis guided by the modeling of unexpected events. In Antje Schweitzer and Grzegorz Dogil, editors, Workshop on Modeling Variability in Speech, Stuttgart, Germany, October 2015.
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[38] Ingmar Steiner, Jürgen Trouvain, Judith Manzoni, and Peter Gilles. MaryLux -- Luxemburgische Sprachsynthese. In 5. Kongress der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Dialektologie des Deutschen e.V. (IGDD), Luxembourg, September 2015.
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[37] Arif Khan, Ingmar Steiner, Ross Macdonald, Yusuke Sugano, and Andreas Bulling. Scene viewing and gaze analysis during phonetic segmentation tasks. In 18th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM), Vienna, Austria, August 2015.
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[36] Alexander Hewer, Ingmar Steiner, Timo Bolkart, Stefanie Wuhrer, and Korin Richmond. A statistical shape space model of the palate surface trained on 3D MRI scans of the vocal tract. In 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Glasgow, UK, August 2015.
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[35] Pablo Garrido, Levi Valgaerts, Hamid Sarmadi, Ingmar Steiner, Kiran Varanasi, Patrick Perez, and Christian Theobalt. VDub -- modifying face video of actors for plausible visual alignment to a dubbed audiotrack. Computer Graphics Forum, 34(2):193--204, May 2015.
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[34] Alexander Hewer, Ingmar Steiner, and Stefanie Wuhrer. A hybrid approach to 3D tongue modeling from vocal tract MRI using unsupervised image segmentation and mesh deformation. In Interspeech, pages 418--421, Singapore, September 2014.
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[33] Felix Burkhardt, Christian Becker-Asano, Edmon Begoli, Roddy Cowie, Gerhard Fobe, Patrick Gebhard, Abe Kazemzadeh, Ingmar Steiner, and Tim Llewellyn. Application of EmotionML. In 5th International Workshop on Emotion, Social Signals, Sentiment & Linked Open Data (ES3LOD), pages 1--5, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2014.
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[32] Ingmar Steiner, Peter Knopp, Sebastian Musche, Astrid Schmiedel, Angelika Braun, and Slim Ouni. Investigating the effects of posture and noise on speech production. In 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), pages 417--420, Cologne, Germany, May 2014.
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[31] Felix Burkhardt, Christian Becker-Asano, Edmon Begoli, Roddy Cowie, Gerhard Fobe, Patrick Gebhart, Abe Kazemzadeh, and Ingmar Steiner. Application of EmotionML. In Rüdiger Hoffmann, editor, Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2014, number 71 in Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, pages 201--208. TUDpress, Dresden, Germany, March 2014.
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[30] Éva Székely, Ingmar Steiner, Zeeshan Ahmed, and Julie Carson-Berndsen. Facial expression-based affective speech translation. Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, 8(1):87--96, March 2014.
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[29] Ingmar Steiner, Marc Schröder, and Annette Klepp. The PAVOQUE corpus as a resource for analysis and synthesis of expressive speech. In Phonetik & Phonologie 9, pages 83--84, Zurich, Switzerland, October 2013.
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[28] Marcela Charfuelan, Sathish Pammi, and Ingmar Steiner. MARY TTS unit selection and HMM-based voices for the Blizzard Challenge 2013. In Blizzard Challenge, Barcelona, Spain, September 2013.
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[27] Ingmar Steiner, Korin Richmond, and Slim Ouni. Speech animation using electromagnetic articulography as motion capture data. In Slim Ouni, Frédéric Berthomier, and Alexandra Jesse, editors, 12th International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP), pages 55--60, Annecy, France, August-September 2013.
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[26] Marcela Charfuelan and Ingmar Steiner. Expressive speech synthesis in MARY TTS using audiobook data and EmotionML. In Interspeech, pages 1564--1568, Lyon, France, August 2013.
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[25] Zeeshan Ahmed, Ingmar Steiner, Éva Székely, and Julie Carson-Berndsen. Progress in facial expression based affective speech translation. In Petra Wagner, editor, Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2013, number 65 in Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, pages 189--196. TUDpress, Dresden, Germany, March 2013.
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[24] Zeeshan Ahmed, Ingmar Steiner, Éva Székely, and Julie Carson-Berndsen. A system for facial expression-based affective speech translation. In ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), pages Companion 57--58, Santa Monica, CA, USA, March 2013.
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[23] Ingmar Steiner, Korin Richmond, and Slim Ouni. Using multimodal speech production data to evaluate articulatory animation for audiovisual speech synthesis. In Michael Pucher, Darren Cosker, Gregor Hofer, Michael Berger, and William Smith, editors, ACM 3rd International Symposium on Facial Analysis and Animation (FAA), Vienna, Austria, September 2012.
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[22] Éva Székely, Zeeshan Ahmed, Ingmar Steiner, and Julie Carson-Berndsen. Facial expression as an input annotation modality for affective speech-to-speech translation. In Ronald Böck, Francesca Bonin, and Nick Campbell, editors, International Workshop on Multimodal Analyses for Human Machine Interaction (MA3), Santa Cruz, CA, USA, September 2012.
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[21] Slim Ouni, Loïc Mangeonjean, and Ingmar Steiner. VisArtico: a visualization tool for articulatory data. In Interspeech, pages 1878--1881, Portland, OR, USA, September 2012.
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[20] Ingmar Steiner and Slim Ouni. Artimate: an articulatory animation framework for audiovisual speech synthesis. In João Cabral and John Kane, editors, ISCA Workshop on Innovation and Applications in Speech Technology (IAST), pages 57--60, Dublin, Ireland, March 2012.
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[19] Ingmar Steiner, Korin Richmond, Ian Marshall, and Calum D. Gray. The magnetic resonance imaging subset of the mngu0 articulatory corpus. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131(2):106--111, February 2012.
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[18] Ingmar Steiner and Slim Ouni. Progress in animation of an EMA-controlled tongue model for acoustic-visual speech synthesis. In Bernd J. Kröger and Peter Birkholz, editors, Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2011, number 61 in Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, pages 245--252. TUDpress, Dresden, Germany, September 2011.
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[17] Marc Schröder, Marcela Charfuelan, Sathish Pammi, and Ingmar Steiner. Open source voice creation toolkit for the MARY TTS platform. In Piero Cosi, Renato De Mori, Giuseppe Di Fabbrizio, and Roberto Pieraccini, editors, Interspeech, pages 3253--3256, Florence, Italy, August 2011.
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[16] Ingmar Steiner and Slim Ouni. Investigating articulatory differences between upright and supine posture using 3D EMA. In Yves Laprie and Ingmar Steiner, editors, 9th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), Montréal, Canada, June 2011.
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[15] Ingmar Steiner and Slim Ouni. Towards an articulatory tongue model using 3D EMA. In Yves Laprie and Ingmar Steiner, editors, 9th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), pages 147--154, Montréal, Canada, June 2011.
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[14] Marcela Charfuelan, Marc Schröder, and Ingmar Steiner. Prosody and voice quality of vocal social signals: the case of dominance in scenario meetings. In Takao Kobayashi, Keikichi Hirose, and Satoshi Nakamura, editors, Interspeech, pages 2558--2561, Tokyo, Japan, September 2010.
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[13] Ingmar Steiner, Marc Schröder, Marcela Charfuelan, and Annette Klepp. Symbolic vs. acoustics-based style control for expressive unit selection. In Yoshinori Sagisaka and Keiichi Tokuda, editors, 7th ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Speech Synthesis (SSW7), pages 114--119, Kyoto, Japan, September 2010.
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[12] Sathish Pammi, Marc Schröder, Marcela Charfuelan, Oytun Türk, and Ingmar Steiner. Synthesis of listener vocalisations with imposed intonation contours. In Yoshinori Sagisaka and Keiichi Tokuda, editors, 7th ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Speech Synthesis (SSW7), pages 240--245, Kyoto, Japan, September 2010.
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[11] Ingmar Steiner. Observations on the dynamic control of an articulatory synthesizer using speech production data. PhD thesis, Saarland University, May 2010.
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[10] Ingmar Steiner. (Sprach-)Signalverarbeitung. In Irene Cramer and Sabine Schulte im Walde, editors, Computerlinguistik und Sprachtechnologie, volume 36 of Studienbibliographien Sprachwissenschaft. Julius Groos, Tübingen, Germany, 2010.
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[9] Ingmar Steiner and Korin Richmond. Towards unsupervised articulatory resynthesis of German utterances using EMA data. In Maria Uther, Roger Moore, and Stephen Cox, editors, Interspeech, pages 2055--2058, Brighton, England, September 2009.
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[8] Ingmar Steiner and Korin Richmond. Generating gestural timing from EMA data using articulatory resynthesis. In Rudolph Sock, Susanne Fuchs, and Yves Laprie, editors, 8th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), pages 313--316, Strasbourg, France, December 2008.
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[7] William J. Barry, Bistra Andreeva, and Ingmar Steiner. The phonetic exponency of phrasal accentuation in French and German. In Interspeech, pages 1010--1013, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2007.
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[6] Peter Birkholz, Ingmar Steiner, and Stefan Breuer. Control concepts for articulatory speech synthesis. In Petra Wagner, Julia Abresch, Stefan Breuer, and Wolfgang Hess, editors, 6th ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Speech Synthesis (SSW6), pages 5--10, Bonn, Germany, August 2007.
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[5] Bistra Andreeva, William J. Barry, and Ingmar Steiner. Producing phrasal prominence in German. In Jürgen Trouvain and William J. Barry, editors, 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), pages 1209--1212, Saarbrücken, Germany, August 2007. [ extra material ].
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[4] Ingmar Steiner. On the analysis of speech rhythm through acoustic parameters. In Bernhard Fisseni, Hans-Christian Schmitz, Bernhard Schröder, and Petra Wagner, editors, Sprachtechnologie, mobile Kommunikation und linguistische Ressourcen, number 8 in Computer Studies in Language and Speech, pages 647--658. Peter Lang, Frankfurt (Main), Germany, 2005.
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[3] Volker Dellwo, Ingmar Steiner, Bianca Aschenberner, Jana Dankovičová, and Petra Wagner. BonnTempo Corpus and BonnTempo Tools: A database for the study of speech rhythm and rate. In 8th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP), pages 777--780, Jeju, Korea, October 2004.
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[2] Ingmar Steiner. Zur Rhythmusanalyse mittels akustischer Parameter. Master's thesis, University of Bonn, February 2004. [ English abstract ].
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[1] Ingmar Steiner. A refined acoustic analysis of speech rhythm. In 38th Linguistics Colloquium, Piliscsaba, Hungary, 2003.
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