Ching Elizabeth Ho

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Assessment of vocal imitation requires a widely accepted way of describing and measuring any similarities between the song of a tutor and that of its pupil. Quantifying the similarity between two songs, however, can be difficult and fraught with subjective bias. We present a fully automated procedure that measures parametrically the similarity between(More)
  • C E Ho
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1998
How are second-order (texture-defined) and third-order (pattern-tracking) motions processed in our brains? As shown here in the context of an ambiguous motion task involving a nominal second-order stimuli first devised by Werkhoven et al., [Werkhoven, P., Sperling, G. & Chubb, C. (1993) Vision Res. 33, 463-485.], the observers fell into two distinct groups(More)
High-resolution 1H-NMR spectroscopy has been used to investigate the molecular basis of the Bohr effect in human normal adult hemoglobin in the presence of anions which serve as heterotropic effectors, i.e., Cl-, Pi, and 2,3-diphosphoglycerate. The individual H+ equilibria of 22-26 histidyl residues of hemoglobin in both deoxy and carbonmonoxy forms have(More)
The purpose of an automated speaker recognition system is two-fold: speaker identification and speaker verification. In this project, I first follow the outline of project milestones suggested in the CNS 248 handout [Roweis, Bjorn and Munich 1995] and am able to produce a system that can perform the speaker identification and verification tasks. The(More)
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