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Text, Speech and Dialogue : 6th International Conference, Tsd 2003, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, September 8-12, 2003, Proceedings - Vaclav Matousek

Text, Speech and Dialogue

6th International Conference, Tsd 2003, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, September 8-12, 2003, Proceedings

By: Vaclav Matousek (Editor), Pavel Mautner (Editor)

Paperback Published: 2nd June 2003
ISBN: 9783540200246
Number Of Pages: 426

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The International Conference TSD 2003, the sixth event in the series on Text, Speech, and Dialogue, which originated in 1998, presents state-of-the-art technology and - cent achievements in the ?eld of natural language processing. This year's conference includes invited talks given by top-class researchers (Frederick Jelinek from Johns H- kinsUniversityofBaltimore,SadaokiFuruifromtheUniversityofTechnologyinTokyo, President of ISCA, and Steven Krauwer from the Institute of Linguistics of Utrecht U- versity), plenary and problem-oriented sessions, as well as poster sessions and dem- strations involving 28 functional applications. The conference declares its intent to be an interdisciplinary forum, which intertwines researchinspeechandlanguageprocessingaswellasresearchintheEasternandWestern hemispheres. We feel that the mixture of different approaches and applications gives agreatopportunitytogetacquaintedwiththecurrentactivitiesinallaspectsoflanguage communication and to witness the amazing vitality of research from the former East Block countries. The ?nancial support of ISCA (International Speech Communication Association) enables the wide attendance of researchers from all active regions of the world. This volume contains a collection of all the papers presented at the international conf- ence organized by the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen in collaboration with the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University in Brno, ? and held in the beautiful city of Ceske ยด Budejo ? vice (South Bohemia, Czech Republic), September 8-12, 2003. Each of the submitted papers was thoroughly reviewed by three membersoftheconferencereviewingteamconsistingofmorethan40world-famouss- cialists in the conference topic areas.

Combating the Sparse Data Problem of Language Modellingp. 1
Toward Robust Speech Recognition and Understandingp. 2
A Pilot Study of English Selectional Preferences and Their Cross-Lingual Compatibility with Basquep. 12
Auto-tagging of Text Documents into XMLp. 20
Stable Coordinated Pairs in Text Processingp. 27
Backoff DOP: Parameter Estimation by Backoffp. 35
Document Clustering into an Unknown Number of Clusters Using a Genetic Algorithmp. 43
Experiments in German Treebank Parsingp. 50
A Theoretical Basis of an Architecture of a Shell of a Reasonably Robust Syntactic Analyserp. 58
Si3Trenn and Si3Silb: Using the SiSiSi Word Analysis System for Pre-hyphenation and Syllable Counting in German Documentsp. 66
Detecting Annotation Errors in a Corpus by Induction of Syntactic Paternsp. 74
The Computational Complexity of Rule-Based Part-of-Speech Taggingp. 82
Text Corpus with Errorsp. 90
Identification of Multiwords as Preprocessing for Automatic Extraction of Lexical Similaritiesp. 98
Build a Large-Scale Syntactically Annotated Chinese Corpusp. 106
Computational Benefits of a Totally Lexicalist Grammarp. 114
Using a Czech Valency Lexicon for Annotation Supportp. 120
On Concept Based Approach for Determining Semantic Index Termsp. 126
Corpora Issues in Validation of Serbian Wordnetp. 132
Optimising Attribute Selection in Conversational Searchp. 138
Russian Corpus of the 19th Centuryp. 146
On Homogeneous Segmentsp. 152
Advances in Automatic Speech Recognition by Imitating Spreading Activationp. 158
The Incorporation of Confidence Measures to Language Understandingp. 165
Speech Recognition with [mu]-Law Companded Features on Reverberated Signalsp. 173
Understanding Speech Based on a Bayesian Concept Extraction Methodp. 181
A Data-Driven Framework for Intonational Phrase Break Predictionp. 189
Phoneme Recognition Using Temporal Patternsp. 198
Multi-array Multi-speaker Trackingp. 206
Towards Automatic Transcription of Spontaneous Czech Speech in the MALACH Projectp. 214
TERSEO: Temporal Expression Resolution System Applied to Event Orderingp. 220
Non-native Pronunciation Variants of City Names as a Problem for Speech Technology Applicationsp. 229
Improving Speech Recognition by Utilizing Domain Knowledge and Confidence Measuresp. 237
Comparison of Acoustic Adaptation Methods in Multilingual Speech Recognition Environmentp. 245
A Comparison of Unit Selection Techniques in Limited Domain Speech Synthesisp. 251
Recognition of Speech with Non-random Attributesp. 257
Text-Independent Speaker Verification: The WCL-l Systemp. 263
Local Time-Frequency Operators in TRAPs for Speech Recognitionp. 269
Entropy and Dynamism Criteria for Speech and Audio Classification Applicationsp. 275
Speech Production: Phonetic Encoding of Real and Non-wordsp. 281
Experiments with Automatic Segmentation for Czech Speech Synthesisp. 287
All-Pole Modeling for Definition of Speech Features in Aurora3 DSR Taskp. 295
Building of a Vocabulary for the Automatic Voice-Dictation Systemp. 301
Real-Time Vocal Tract Length Normalization in a Phonological Awareness Teaching Systemp. 309
Hard-Testing the Multi-stream Approach to Automatic Speech Recognitionp. 315
Pitch-Synchronous Speech Signal Segmentation and Its Applicationsp. 321
Building LVCSR System for Transcription of Spontaneously Pronounced Russian Testimonies in the MALACH Project: Initial Steps and First Resultsp. 327
The Phase Substitutions in Czech Harmonic Concatenative Speech Synthesisp. 333
Combining Task Descriptions and Ontological Knowledge for Adaptive Dialoguep. 341
Large Text and Audio Data Alignment for Multimedia Applicationsp. 349
Building Multilingual Speech Corpora from Interpreted Spontaneous Dialogues on the Netp. 357
Multi-modal Voice Application Design in a Multi-client Environmentp. 365
User Modeling and Plan Recognition under Conditions of Uncertaintyp. 372
Bilingual Speech Recognition for a Weather Information Retrieval Dialogue Systemp. 380
On the Use of Prosodic Labelling in Corpus-Based Linguistic Studies of Spontaneous Speechp. 388
A Multi-modal Eliza Using Natural Langauge Processing and Emotion Recognitionp. 394
The Wizard of Oz System for Weather Information Retrievalp. 400
Directives in Estonian Information Dialoguesp. 406
SpeechDat-Like Estonian Databasep. 412
Dialogue Experiment for Elderly People in Home Health Care Systemp. 418
Author Indexp. 425
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ISBN: 9783540200246
ISBN-10: 354020024X
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Lecture Notes in Artific
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 426
Published: 2nd June 2003
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.31
Weight (kg): 0.62
Edition Type: Annotated

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