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Kingsbury, B., Soltau H.., Saon G.., Chu S.., Kuo H.-K.., Mangu L.., et al. (2011).  The IBM 2009 GALE Arabic Speech Transcription System. 4672-4675.
Kingsbury, B., Morgan N., & Greenberg S. (1997).  Improving ASR Performance for Reverberant Speech. Proceedings of the ESCA Workshop of Robust Speech Recognition. 87-90.
Wu, S-L., Kingsbury B., Morgan N., & Greenberg S. (1998).  Incorporating Information from Syllable-length Time Scales into Automatic Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 1998). 721-724.
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Greenberg, S., & Kingsbury B. (1997).  The Modulation Spectrogram: In Pursuit of an Invariant Representation of Speech. The 22nd International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 1997). 3, 1647-1650.
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Cook, G.., Christie J.., Ellis D. P. W., Fosler-Lussier E., Gotoh Y.., Kingsbury B., et al. (1999).  An Overview of the SPRACH System for the Transcription of Broadcast News. Proceedings of the DARPA Broadcast News Transcription and Understanding Workshop.
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Kingsbury, B., Irissou B., Asanović K., Wawrzynek J., & Morgan N. (1991).  Recent Work in VLSI Elements for Digital Implementations of Artificial Neural Networks.
Kingsbury, B., & Morgan N. (1997).  Recognizing Reverberant Speech With RASTA-PLP. The 22nd International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 1997). 2, 1259-1262.
Morgan, N., Ellis D. P. W., Fosler-Lussier E., Janin A., & Kingsbury B. (1999).  Reducing Errors by Increasing the Error Rate: MLP Acoustic Modeling for Broadcast News Transcription. Proceedings of the DARPA Broadcast News Transcription and Understanding Workshop.
Kingsbury, B., Morgan N., & Greenberg S. (1998).  Robust Speech Recognition Using the Modulation Spectrogram. Speech Communication. 25, 117-132.