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Kleinschmidt, M. (2002).  Spectro-temporal Gabor Features as a Front End for Automatic Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the Triennial Forum Acusticum 2002.
Lei, H., Meyer B. T., & Mirghafori N. (2012).  Spectro-Temporal Gabor Features for Speaker Recognition. 4241-4244.
Tsai, T.. J., & Morgan N. (2013).  Speech Activity Detection: An Economics Approach.
Gold, B., & Morgan N. (1999).  Speech and Audio Signal Processing.
Gold, B., Morgan N., & Ellis D. P. W. (2011).  Speech and Audio Signal Processing: Processing and Perception of Speech and Music, 2nd Edition.
Morgan, N. (1996).  Speech Data Modeling at WS96: The Questionable Parameter Group. Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 96).
Holmberg, M., Gelbart D., & Hemmert W. (2007).  Speech Encoding in a Model of Peripheral Auditory Processing: Quantitative Assessment by Means of Automatic Speech Recognition. Speech Communication. 49(12), 917-932.
Grant, K.. W., & Greenberg S. (2001).  Speech Intelligibility Derived From Asynchrounous Processing of Auditory-Visual Information. Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing Workshop (AVSP 2001).
Greenberg, S., Arai T., & Silipo R. (1998).  Speech Intelligibility Derived From Exceedingly Sparse Spectral Information. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP '98). 74-77.
Arai, T., & Greenberg S. (1998).  Speech Intelligibility in the Presence of Cross-Channel Spectral Asynchrony. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP-98). 933-936.
Greenberg, S., & Arai T. (1998).  Speech Intelligibility is Highly Tolerant of Cross-Channel Spectral Asynchrony. Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the 137th Acoustical Society of America and the 16th International Congress on Acoustics (ICA/ASA). 2677-2678.
Somervuo, P. (2002).  Speech Modeling Using Variational Bayesian Mixture of Gaussians. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 2002).
Morgan, N., Bourlard H., & Hermansky H. (2004).  Speech Recognition and the Auditory Perspective.
Abe, T. (2000).  Speech Recognition Experiments on Switchboard Corpus.
Plauché, M., Nallasam U., Wooters C., Pal J., & Ramachandran D. (2006).  Speech Recognition for Illiterate Access to Information and Technology. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD '06). 83-92.
Janin, A. (2004).  Speech recognition on vector architectures.
Franco, H., Beaufays F.., Morgan N., & Bourlard H. (2004).  Speech Recognition Technology.
Morgan, N., Fosler-Lussier E., & Mirghafori N. (1997).  Speech Recognition Using On-line Estimation of Speaking Rate. Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '97). 4, 2079-2082.
Zweig, G. (1998).  Speech Recognition with Dynamic Bayesian Networks.
Wooters, C., & Morgan N. (1990).  Speech Segmentation and Labeling on the NeXT Machine.
Ostendorf, M., Favre B., Grishman R., Hakkani-Tür D., Harper M. P., Hillard D., et al. (2008).  Speech Segmentation and Spoken Document Processing. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. 25(3), 59-69.
Janin, A., & Morgan N. (2001).  SpeechCorder, The Portable Meeting Recorder. Proceedings of the Workshop on Hands-Free Speech Communication.
Williams, G., & Ellis D. P. W. (1999).  Speech/music Discrimination Based on Posterior Probability Features. Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '99).
Müller, C., Biel J-I., Kim E., & Rosario D. (2008).  Speech-Overlapped Acoustic Event Detection for Automotive Applications. 2590-2593.
Berenbrink, P., Cooper C.., Elsässer R., Radzik T.., & Sauerwald T. (2010).  Speeding Up Random Walks with Neighborhood Exploration. 1422-1435.

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