Modelling the recognition of spectrally reduced speech

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  title={Modelling the recognition of spectrally reduced speech},
  author={Jon Barker and Martin Cooke},
  booktitle={EUROSPEECH},
  year={1997}
}
Jon Barker and Martin Cooke fj.barker,m.cookeg@dcs.shef.ac.uk Department of Computer Science, University of She eld, She eld, UK ABSTRACT Progress in robust automatic speech recognition may bene t from a fuller account of the mechanisms and representations used by listeners in processing distorted speech. This paper reports on a number of studies which consider how recognisers trained on clean speech can be adapted to cope with a particular form of spectral distortion, namely reduction of clean… CONTINUE READING
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