Chinese Spoken Language Processing: 5th International by Stephanie Seneff (auth.), Qiang Huo, Bin Ma, Eng-Siong Chng,

By Stephanie Seneff (auth.), Qiang Huo, Bin Ma, Eng-Siong Chng, Haizhou Li (eds.)

This publication constitutes the completely refereed lawsuits of the fifth foreign Symposium on chinese language Spoken Language Processing, ISCSLP 2006, held in Singapore in December 2006, co-located with ICCPOL 2006, the twenty first foreign convention on desktop Processing of Oriental Languages.

The seventy four revised complete papers offered including five invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 183 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on issues in speech technology, speech research, speech synthesis and new release, speech enhancement, acoustic modeling for computerized speech acceptance, powerful speech reputation, speech adaptation/normalization, common themes in speech attractiveness, huge vocabulary non-stop speech reputation, multilingual popularity and id, speaker reputation and characterization, spoken language realizing, human language acquisition, improvement and studying, spoken and multimodal conversation platforms, speech facts mining and record retrieval, laptop translation of speech, in addition to spoken language assets and annotation.

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It has already been shown that phrase and accent/tone commands have good correspondence with various linguistic and paralinguistic information of speech. The details of the model formulation are described in [1], [13]. 9 in the current study. Unlike most non-tone languages that need only positive accent commands, tone languages usually require tone commands of both positive and negative polarities due to faster local tonal changes. For a specific tone language, a set of tone command patterns needs to be specified in the model.

4 Conclusions Results from the perception experiments demonstrate that statement intonation is easier to identify than question intonation, and, while the tone of the last syllable does not affect statement intonation identification, it does affect question intonation identification. The intonation identification test was a forced choice test: listeners must identify the intonation type of each utterance as either statement or question intonation. That question intonation identification was less accurate means that many question intonation utterances were identified as statement intonation.

29. S. Seneff, “Response Planning and Generation in the Mercury Flight Reservation System,” Computer Speech and Language, V. 16, 283–312, 2002. 30. C. Seneff, “High-quality Speech Translation for Language Learning,” 99–102, InSTIL Symposium on Computer Assisted Language Learning, Venice, Italy, 2004. 31. C. Yao and Y. Liu Yao, Integrated Chinese, 2nd Edition, Cheng and Tsui Company, Boston, MA, 2005. 32. S. Seneff, C. Y. Lee, “Combining Linguistic and Statistical Methods for Bi-directional English Chinese Translation in the Flight Domain,” To appear, AMTA ’06.

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