Accepted Papers

(alphabetically ordered by author names)

1) Khan Baykaner, Mark Huckvale, Iya Whiteley, Oleg Ryumin and Svetlana Andreeva. The Prediction of Fatigue Using Speech as a Biosignal
2) Luis Chiruzzo and Dina Wonsever. Supertagging for a statistical HPSG parser for Spanish
3) Tamás Gábor Csapó, Géza Németh and Milos Cernak. Residual-based excitation with continuous F0 modeling in HMM-based speech synthesis
4) Mathilde Dargnat, Katarina Bartkova and Denis Jouvet. Discourse Particles in French: Prosodic Parameters Extraction and Analysis
5) Julia Efremova, Alejandro Montes García, Jianpeng Zhang and Toon Calders. Effects of evolutionary linguistics in text classification
6) Marc Evrard, Albert Rilliard and Christophe d'Alessandro. Evaluation of the Impact of Corpus Phonetic Alignment on the HMM-Based Speech Synthesis Quality
7) Lorenzo Ferrone, Fabio Massimo Zanzotto and Xavier Carreras. Decoding Distributed Tree Structures
8) Sahar Ghannay, Yannick Estève, Nathalie Camelin, Camille Dutrey, Fabian Santiago and Martine Adda-Decker. Combining continous word representation and prosodic features for ASR error prediction
9) Fatemeh Ghiyafeh Davoodi and Yllias Chali. Semi-Extractive Multi-Document Summarization via Submodular Functions
10) Mark Huckvale and Aimee Webb. A Comparison of Human and Machine Estimation of Speaker Age
11) Denis Jouvet and Bartkova Katarina. Acoustical Frame Rate and Pronunciation Variant Statistics
12) Tatiana Kachkovskaia. The influence of boundary depth on phrase-final lengthening in Russian
13) Ferenc Kazinczi, Klára Vicsi and Krisztina Mészáros. Automatic detection of voice disorders
14) Pavel Král, Ladislav Lenc and Christophe Cerisara. Semantic Features for Dialogue Act Recognition
15) Rasa Lileikyte, Lori Lamel and Jean-Luc Gauvain. Conversational telephone speech recognition for Lithuanian
16) Erfan Loweimi, Mortaza Doulaty, Jon Barker and Thomas Hain. Long-term Statistical Feature Extraction from Speech Signal and its Application in Emotion Recognition
17) Bogdan Ludusan, Antonio Origlia and Emmanuel Dupoux. Rhythm-Based Syllabic Stress Learning without Labelled Data
18) André Mansikkaniemi and Mikko Kurimo. Unsupervised and user feedback based lexicon adaptation for foreign names and acronyms
19) Luiza Orosanu and Denis Jouvet. Combining lexical and prosodic features for automatic detection of sentence modality in French
20) Konstantinos Pechlivanis and Stasinos Konstantopoulos. Corpus Based Methods for Learning Models of Metaphor in Modern Greek
21) Raheel Qader, Gwénolé Lecorvé, Damien Lolive and Pascale Sébillot. Probabilistic Speaker Pronunciation Adaptation for Spontaneous Speech Synthesis Using Linguistic Features
22) Lina Maria Rojas-Barahona and Christophe Cerisara. Weakly supervised discriminative training of linear models for Natural Language Processing
23) Sarah Samson Juan, Laurent Besacier and Benjamin Lecouteux. Merging of Native and Non-native Speech for Low-resource Accented ASR
24) Daniel Soutner and Luděk Müller. On Continuous Space Word Representations as Input of LSTM Language Model
25) Xiaoyi Wu, Yuji Matsumoto, Kevin Duh and Hiroyuki Shindo. An Improved Hierarchical Word Sequence Language Model Using Word Association
26) Jan Zelinka, Jan Vaněk and Ludek Muller. Neural-Network-based Spectrum Processing for Speech Recognition and Speaker Verification

General Statistics

Acceptance rate37%
External reviewers5
External reviews9