Panagiotis Zervas
Panagiotis Zervas
Lecturer, Music Technology and Acoustics, TEI Crete, Greece
Verified email at staff.teicrete.gr
TitleCited byYear
Benchmarking feature selection techniques on the speaker verification task
T Ganchev, P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Fifth International Symposium on Communication Systems, Networks And Digital…, 2006
222006
Bayesian Induction of intonational phrase breaks
P Zervas, M Maragoudakis, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Eighth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2003
192003
Segmental duration modeling for Greek speech synthesis
A Lazaridis, P Zervas, G Kokkinakis
19th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence…, 2007
172007
Collaborative music making as remediatedpractice
D Akoumianakis, G Ktistakis, G Vlachakis, P Zervas, C Alexandraki
2013 18th International Conference on Digital Signal Processing (DSP), 1-8, 2013
132013
An analysis of students performance using genetic algorithm
TM Lakshmi, A Martin, VP Venkatesan
Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications 1 (4), 75-79, 2013
122013
Development and evaluation of a prosodic database for Greek speech synthesis and research
P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 15 (2), 154-184, 2008
122008
A CART approach for duration modeling of Greek phonemes
A Lazaridis, P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Proc. of SPECOM, 287-292, 2007
122007
Development of a prosodic database for greek speech synthesis
P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Proceedings of SPECOM, 603-606, 2005
92005
The MusiNet project: Towards unraveling the full potential of Networked Music Performance systems
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki, V Alexiou, C Anagnostopoulou, ...
IISA 2014, The 5th International Conference on Information, Intelligence…, 2014
82014
Greek emotional database: construction and linguistic analysis
P Zervas, I Geourga, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Proc. of 6th International Conference of Greek Linguistics, Rethymno, 2003
82003
Employing Fujisakis intonation model parameters for emotion recognition
P Zervas, I Mporas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 443-453, 2006
72006
Recognition of greek phonemes using support vector machines
I Mporas, T Ganchev, P Zervas, N Fakotakis
Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 290-300, 2006
72006
Evaluation of corpus based tone prediction in mismatched environments for Greek TtS synthesis
P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis, G Kouroupetroglou, G Xydas
Eighth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2004
72004
A data-driven framework for intonational phrase break prediction
M Maragoudakis, P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, 189-197, 2003
72003
A Greek TTS based on Non uniform unit concatenation and the utilization of Festival architecture
P Zervas, I Potamitis, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
First Balkan Conference on Informatics, Thessalonica, Greece, 662-668, 2003
72003
The musinet project: Addressing the challenges in networked music performance systems
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki, V Alexiou, C Anagnostopoulou, ...
2015 6th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and…, 2015
42015
Pitch accent prediction from ToBI annotated corpora based on Bayesian learning
P Zervas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, 545-552, 2004
42004
Negative Emotional State Detection from Speech
P Zervas, T Ganchev, N Fakotakis
symposium on Communication systems, Networks and Digital Signal Processing…, 2006
32006
Experimental evaluation of tree-based algorithms for intonational breaks representation
P Zervas, G Xydas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis, G Kouroupetroglou
International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, 334-341, 2005
32005
Evaluating intonational features for emotion recognition from speech
P Zervas, I Mporas, N Fakotakis, G Kokkinakis
International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 16 (06), 1001-1014, 2007
22007
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