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Inhalt Invited Papers.- Parsing and Real-World Applications.- Knowledge for Everyman.- Evolution of the ASR Decoder Design.- Text.... Weiterlesen
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Invited Papers.- Parsing and Real-World Applications.- Knowledge for Everyman.- Evolution of the ASR Decoder Design.- Text.- Encoding Event and Argument Structures in Wordnets.- Lexical-Conceptual Relations as Qualia Role Encoders.- Towards Disambiguation of Word Sketches.- Towards an N-Version Dependency Parser.- Advanced Searching in the Valency Lexicons Using PML-TQ Search Engine.- These Nouns That Hide Events: An Initial Detection.- Can Corpus Pattern Analysis Be Used in NLP?.- Extracting Human Spanish Nouns.- Semantic Duplicate Identification with Parsing and Machine Learning.- Comparison of Different Lemmatization Approaches through the Means of Information Retrieval Performance.- Evaluation of a Sentence Ranker for Text Summarization Based on Roget's Thesaurus.- Real Anaphora Resolution Is Hard.- Event-Time Relation Identification Using Machine Learning and Rules.- Question Answering for Not Yet Semantic Web.- Automatic Acquisition of Wordnet Relations by Distributionally Supported Morphological Patterns Extracted from Polish Corpora.- Study on Named Entity Recognition for Polish Based on Hidden Markov Models.- Semantic Role Patterns and Verb Classes in Verb Valency Lexicon.- Opinion Mining by Transformation-Based Domain Adaptation.- Improving Automatic Image Captioning Using Text Summarization Techniques.- Perplexity of n-Gram and Dependency Language Models.- Analysis of Czech Web 1T 5-Gram Corpus and Its Comparison with Czech National Corpus Data.- Borda-Based Voting Schemes for Semantic Role Labeling.- Towards a Bank of Constituent Parse Trees for Polish.- Coverage-Based Methods for Distributional Stopword Selection in Text Segmentation.- Using TectoMT as a Preprocessing Tool for Phrase-Based Statistical Machine Translation.- Automatic Sentiment Analysis Using the Textual Pattern Content Similarity in Natural Language.- Speech.- Correlation Features and a Linear Transform Specific Reproducing Kernel.- Automatic Detection and Evaluation of Edentulous Speakers with Insufficient Dentures.- Diagnostics for Debugging Speech Recognition Systems.- Automatic Lip Reading in the Dutch Language Using Active Appearance Models on High Speed Recordings.- Towards the Optimal Minimization of a Pronunciation Dictionary Model.- Multimodal Emotion Recognition Based on the Decoupling of Emotion and Speaker Information.- Listening-Test-Based Annotation of Communicative Functions for Expressive Speech Synthesis.- Czech HMM-Based Speech Synthesis.- Using Syllables as Acoustic Units for Spontaneous Speech Recognition.- Embedded Speech Recognition in UPnP (DLNA) Environment.- Estonian: Some Findings for Modelling Speech Rhythmicity and Perception of Speech Rate.- Using Gradient Descent Optimization for Acoustics Training from Heterogeneous Data.- Recovery of Rare Words in Lecture Speech.- Enhancing Emotion Recognition from Speech through Feature Selection.- Collection and Analysis of Data for Evaluation of Concatenation Cost Functions.- Emotion Recognition from Speech by Combining Databases and Fusion of Classifiers.- Emologus-A Compositional Model of Emotion Detection Based on the Propositional Content of Spoken Utterances.- Automatic Segmentation of Parasitic Sounds in Speech Corpora for TTS Synthesis.- Adapting Lexical and Language Models for Transcription of Highly Spontaneous Spoken Czech.- Fast Phonetic/Lexical Searching in the Archives of the Czech Holocaust Testimonies: Advancing Towards the MALACH Project Visions.- CORPRES.- Hybrid HMM/BLSTM-RNN for Robust Speech Recognition.- Some Aspects of ASR Transcription Based Unsupervised Speaker Adaptation for HMM Speech Synthesis.- Online TV Captioning of Czech Parliamentary Sessions.- Adaptation of a Feedforward Artificial Neural Network Using a Linear Transform.- Gender-Dependent Acoustic Models Fusion Developed for Automatic Subtitling of Parliament Meetings Broadcasted by the Czech TV.- Parallel Training of Neural Networks for Speech Recognition.- Design and Implementation of a Bayesian Network Speech Recognizer.- Special Speech Synthesis for Social Network Websites.- Robust Statistic Estimates for Adaptation in the Task of Speech Recognition.- A Priori and A Posteriori Machine Learning and Nonlinear Artificial Neural Networks.- Posterior Estimates and Transforms for Speech Recognition.- Dialogue.- A Multimodal Dialogue System for an Ambient Intelligent Application in Home Environments.- Integrating Aggregation Strategies in an In-Home Domain Dialogue System.- A Methodology for Learning Optimal Dialog Strategies.- The Structure of a Discontinuous Dialogue Formed by Internet Comments.- Using Knowledge about Misunderstandings to Increase the Robustness of Spoken Dialogue Systems.- Linguistic Adaptation in Semi-natural Dialogues: Age Comparison.- Automatic Speech Recognition Based on Multiple Level Units in Spoken Dialogue System for In-Vehicle Appliances.- Dialogue System Based on EDECÁN Architecture.- Integration of Speech and Text Processing Modules into a Real-Time Dialogue System.- Client and Speech Detection System for Intelligent Infokiosk.- Prototype of Czech Spoken Dialog System with Mixed Initiative for Railway Information Service.- An NLP-Oriented Analysis of the Instant Messaging Discourse.- Expressive Gibberish Speech Synthesis for Affective Human-Computer Interaction.


Titel: Text, Speech and Dialogue
Untertitel: 13th International Conference, TSD 2010, Brno, Czech Republic, September 6-10, 2010.Proceedings
EAN: 9783642157608
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 593
Veröffentlichung: 03.09.2010
Dateigrösse: 10.3 MB

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