Publications

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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
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Sinha, S. (2008).  Answering Questions about Complex Events.
Lei, H. (2007).  Applications of Keyword-Constraining in Speaker Recognition.
Kohler, E. (2000).  The Click Modular Router.
Althaus, E. (2001).  Curve Reconstruction and the Traveling Salsman Problem..
Hersch, M.. (2003).  Data-Driven Speaker and Subword Unit Clustering in Speech Processing.
Marczak, B. (2016).  Defending Dissidents from Targeted Digital Surveillance.
Shire, M. Lee (2000).  Discriminant Training of Front-End and Acoustic Modeling Stages to Heterogeneous Acoustic Environments for Multi-stream Automatic Speech Recognition.
Fosler-Lussier, E. (1999).  Dynamic Pronunciation Models for Autmoatic Speech Recognition.
Fosler-Lussier, E. (1999).  Dynamic Pronunciation Models for Automatic Speech Recognition.
Lee, Y. (2011).  Efficient VLSI Implementations of Vector-Thread Architectures.
Kitzelmann, E. (2011).  Ein kombinierter analytischer und suchbasierter Ansatz zur induktiven Synthese funktionaler Programme.
Stoll, L. (2011).  Finding Difficult Speakers in Automatic Speaker Recognition.
Feldman, J. (1964).  A Formal Semantics for Computer Oriented Languages.
Warren, W. (2000).  Global Posterior Probability Estimates as Decision Confidence Measures in an Automatic Speech Recognition System.
Waterman, A. (2011).  Improving Energy Efficiency and Reducing Code Size with RISC-V Compressed.
Wu, S-L. (1998).  Incorporating Information from Syllable-length Time Scales into Automatic Speech Recognition.
Narayanan, S. (1997).  KARMA: Knowledge-Based Active Representations For Metaphor and Aspect.
Saffell, M. (2005).  Knowledge Discovery for Time Series.
Chen, B. Y. (2005).  Learning Discriminant Narrow-Band Temporal Patterns for Automatic Recognition of Conversational Telephone Speech.
Paxson, V. (1997).  Measurements and Analysis of End-to-End Internet Dynamics.
Mirghafori, N. (1998).  A Multi-Band Approach to Automatic Speech Recognition.
M. Font, F. (2005).  Multi-Microphone Signal Processing for Automatic Speech Recognition in Meeting Rooms.

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