Table of contents for Talker variability in speech processing / edited by Keith Johnson, John W. Mullennix.
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K. Johnson and J.W. Mullennix, Complex Representations Used in Speech Processing: Overview of the Book.
D.B. Pisoni, Some Thoughts on "Normalization" in Speech Perception.
S.D. Goldinger, Words and Voices: Perception and Production in an Episodic Lexicon.
J.W. Mullennix, On the Nature of Perceptual Adjustment to Voice.
J. Kreiman, Listening to Voices: Theory and Practice in Voice Perception Research.
H. Nusbaum and J. Magnuson, Talker Normalization: Phonetic Constancy as a Cognitive Process.
D.H. Whalen and S.M. Sheffert, Normalization of Vowels by Breath Sounds.
K. Johnson, Speech Perception without Speaker Normalization: An Exemplar Model.
N. Strom, Speaker Modeling for Speaker Adaptation in Automatic Speech Recognition.
Y. Zhao, Overcoming Speaker Variability in Automatic Speech Recognition: The Speaker Adaptation Approach.
R.S. McGowan, Vocal Tract Normalization for Articulatory Recovery and Adaptation.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Psycholinguistics, Speech perception, Automatic speech recognition, Language and languages Variation