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Automatic Segmentation, Classification and Clustering of Broadcast News Audio
Automatic recognition of broadcast feeds from radio and television sources has been gaining importance recently, especially with the success of systems such as the CMU Informedia system [1]. Expand
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Lunar equatorial surface temperatures and regolith properties from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment
[1] The Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment onboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has measured solar reflectance and mid-infrared radiance globally, over four diurnal cycles, at unprecedentedExpand
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Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of Cold Traps in the Moon’s South Polar Region
Watering the Moon About a year ago, a spent upper stage of an Atlas rocket was deliberately crashed into a crater at the south pole of the Moon, ejecting a plume of debris, dust, and vapor. The goalExpand
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On the effects of speech rate in large vocabulary speech recognition systems
  • M. Siegler, R. Stern
  • Computer Science
  • International Conference on Acoustics, Speech…
  • 9 May 1995
We propose three methods to improve the recognition accuracy of fast speech, each addressing different aspects of performance degradation. Expand
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Evidence for exposed water ice in the Moon’s south polar regions from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter ultraviolet albedo and temperature measurements
We utilize surface temperature measurements and ultraviolet albedo spectra from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to test the hypothesis that exposed water frost exists within the Moon’s shadowedExpand
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Global regolith thermophysical properties of the Moon from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment
We used infrared data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment to globally map thermophysical properties of the Moon's regolith fines layer. ThermalExpand
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Lunar heat flow: Regional prospective of the Apollo landing sites
[1] We reexamine the Apollo Heat Flow Experiment in light of new orbital data. Using three-dimensional thermal conduction models, we examine effects of crustal thickness, density, and radiogenicExpand
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Evidence for surface water ice in the lunar polar regions using reflectance measurements from the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter and temperature measurements from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer
We find that the reflectance of the lunar surface within 5 ° of latitude of the South Pole increases rapidly with decreasing temperature, near ~110K, behavior consistent with the presence of surfaceExpand
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Effects of orbital evolution on lunar ice stability
[1] Many regions near the lunar poles are currently cold enough that surface water ice would be stable against sublimation losses for billions of years. However, most of these environments areExpand
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Evolution of lunar polar ice stability
Abstract The polar regions of the Moon and Mercury both have permanently shadowed environments, potentially capable of harboring ice (cold traps). While cold traps are likely to have been stable forExpand
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