BEST PAPERS : Speech Communication

On an exceptional basis, this year two papers have been selected for this award:

Tiago H. Falk, Wai-Yip Chan, Fraser Shein
Characterization of atypical vocal source excitation, temporal dynamics and prosody for objective measurement of dysarthric word intelligibility
Speech Communication 54 (2012), 622–631

Kuldip Paliwal, Belinda Schwerin, Kamil Wojcicki
Speech enhancement using a minimum mean-square error short-time spectral modulation magnitude estimator
Speech Communication 54 (2012), 282–305.


Denby, T. Schultz, K. Honda, T. Hueber, J.M. Gilbert, J.S. Brumberg
Silent speech interfaces
Speech Communication. Vol. 52, Issue 4. Pages 270–287, 2010


Tomoki Toda, Alan W. Black, Keiichi Tokuda
Statistical mapping between articulatory movements and acoustic spectrum using a Gaussian mixture model
Speech Communication. Vol. 50, Issue 3. Pages 215-227, 2008


Zeynep Inanoglu, Steve Young
Data-Driven Emotion Conversion in Spoken English
Speech Communication. Vol. 51. Pages 268-283, 2009


J.P. Barker, M.P. Cooke, D.P.W. Ellis
Decoding speech in the presence of other sources
Speech Communication. Vol. 45. Pages 5–25, 2005


Gokhan Tur, Dilek Hakkani-Tur, Robert E. Schapire
Combining active and semi-supervised learning for spoken language understanding
Speech Communication. Vol. 45, Issue 2. Pages 171-186, 2005


Julia Hirschberg, Diane Litman, and Marc Swerts
Prosodic and Other Cues to Speech Recognition Failures
Speech Communication. Vol. 43, Issues 1-2. Pages 155-176, 2004


Ralf Schlόter, Wolfgang Macherey, Boris Mόller, and Hermann Ney
Comparison of discriminative training criteria and optimization methods for speech recognition
Speech Communication. Vol. 34. Pages 287-310, 2001


B. Roberts, Y. Ephraim
Hidden Markov modeling using Toeplitz covariance matrices
Speech Communication. Vol. 31. Pages 1-14, 2000


Hideki Kawahara, Ikuyo Masuda-Katsuse and Alain de Cheveigné
Restructuring speech representations using a pitch-adaptive time-frequency smoothing and an instantaneous-frequency based F0 extraction: Possible role of a repetitive structure in sounds
Speech Communication. Vol. 27, Nos. 3-4. Pages 187-207, 1999


V. Valtchev, P. C. Woodland, S. J. Young
MMIE training of large vocabulary recognition systems
Speech Communication. Vol. 22, Issue 4. Pages 303-314, 1997