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|Title:||Some experiments in audio-visual speech processing||Authors:||Chollet, Gérard
|Affiliations:||Department of Electrical Engineering||Keywords:||Linear discriminant analysis (LDA)
Discrete Cosine Transformation
Dynamic Time Warping
|Subjects:||Automatic speech recognition||Issue Date:||2007||Part of:||Advances in Nonlinear Speech Processing||Start page:||28||End page:||56||Conference:||International Conference on Nonlinear Speech Processing (22-25 May 2007 : Paris, France)||Abstract:||
Natural speech is produced by the vocal organs of a particular talker. The acoustic features of the speech signal must therefore be correlated with the movements of the articulators (lips, jaw, tongue, velum,...). For instance, hearing impaired people (and not only them) improve their understanding of speech by lip reading. This chapter is an overview of audiovisual speech processing with emphasis on some experiments concerning recognition, speaker verification, indexing and corpus based synthesis from tongue and lips movements.
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Electrical Engineering|
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