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  • Sunny H. Wong, Sailesh Gochhait, Dheeraj Malhotra, Fredrik H. Pettersson, Yik Y. Teo, Chiea C. Khor +29 others
  • 2010
Leprosy is an infectious disease caused by the obligate intracellular pathogen Mycobacterium leprae and remains endemic in many parts of the world. Despite several major studies on susceptibility to leprosy, few genomic loci have been replicated independently. We have conducted an association analysis of more than 1,500 individuals from different(More)
In recent years, Twitter has become one of the most important modes for social networking and disseminating content on a variety of topics. It has developed into a popular medium for political discourse and social organization during elections. There has been growing body of literature demonstrating the ability to predict the outcome of elections from(More)
Although anticapsular antibodies confer serotype-specific immunity to pneumococci, children increase their ability to clear colonization before these antibodies appear, suggesting involvement of other mechanisms. We previously reported that intranasal immunization of mice with pneumococci confers CD4+ T cell-dependent, antibody- and serotype-independent(More)
because it is impossible to efficiently locate information in large audio archives. By itself, speech does not permit content-based searches for information like those commonly employed for text documents over the Internet. But now, after more than a decade of steady advances in speech recognition, speaker identification, and language understanding , it is(More)
This paper describes a low-latency online speaker adaptation framework. The main objective is to apply fast speaker adaptation to a real-time (RT) large vocabulary continuous speech recognition (LVCSR) engine. In this framework, speaker adaptation is performed on speaker turns generated by online speaker change detection and speaker clustering. To maximize(More)