Elmar Nöth
Elmar Nöth
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How to find trouble in communication
A Batliner, K Fischer, R Huber, J Spilker, E Nöth
Speech communication 40 (1-2), 117-143, 2003
The interspeech 2012 speaker trait challenge
B Schuller, S Steidl, A Batliner, E Nöth, A Vinciarelli, F Burkhardt, ...
INTERSPEECH 2012, Portland, OR, USA, 2012
Verbmobil: The use of prosody in the linguistic components of a speech understanding system
E Noth, A Batliner, A Kießling, R Kompe, H Niemann
IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio processing 8 (5), 519-532, 2000
Desperately seeking emotions or: Actors, wizards, and human beings
A Batliner, K Fischer, R Huber, J Spilker, E Nöth
ISCA tutorial and research workshop (ITRW) on speech and emotion, 2000
PEAKS–A system for the automatic evaluation of voice and speech disorders
A Maier, T Haderlein, U Eysholdt, F Rosanowski, A Batliner, M Schuster, ...
Speech Communication 51 (5), 425-437, 2009
" you stupid tin box"-children interacting with the aibo robot: A cross-linguistic emotional speech corpus
A Batliner, C Hacker, S Steidl, E Nöth, S D'Arcy, MJ Russell, M Wong
New Spanish speech corpus database for the analysis of people suffering from Parkinson's disease.
JR Orozco-Arroyave, JD Arias-Londoño, JF Vargas-Bonilla, ...
LREC, 342-347, 2014
The INTERSPEECH 2015 computational paralinguistics challenge: Nativeness, Parkinson's & eating condition
B Schuller, S Steidl, A Batliner, S Hantke, F Hönig, JR Orozco-Arroyave, ...
Automatic detection of Parkinson's disease in running speech spoken in three different languages
JR Orozco-Arroyave, F Hönig, JD Arias-Londoño, JF Vargas-Bonilla, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (1), 481-500, 2016
" Of all things the measure is man" automatic classification of emotions and inter-labeler consistency [speech-based emotion recognition]
S Steidl, M Levit, A Batliner, E Noth, H Niemann
Proceedings.(ICASSP'05). IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 2005
Age and gender recognition for telephone applications based on gmm supervectors and support vector machines
T Bocklet, A Maier, JG Bauer, F Burkhardt, E Noth
2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2008
Evaluation of speech intelligibility for children with cleft lip and palate by means of automatic speech recognition
M Schuster, A Maier, T Haderlein, E Nkenke, U Wohlleben, F Rosanowski, ...
International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 70 (10), 1741-1747, 2006
Dialog act classification with the help of prosody
M Mast, R Kompe, S Harbeck, A Kießling, H Niemann, E Noth, ...
Proceeding of Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing …, 1996
The prosody module
A Batliner, J Buckow, H Niemann, E Nöth, V Warnke
Verbmobil: foundations of speech-to-speech translation, 106-121, 2000
Characterization methods for the detection of multiple voice disorders: neurological, functional, and laryngeal diseases
JR Orozco-Arroyave, EA Belalcazar-Bolanos, JD Arias-Londoño, ...
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 19 (6), 1820-1828, 2015
Vowel-and text-based cepstral analysis of chronic hoarseness
C Moers, B Möbius, F Rosanowski, E Nöth, U Eysholdt, T Haderlein
Journal of Voice 26 (4), 416-424, 2012
Private emotions versus social interaction: a data-driven approach towards analysing emotion in speech
A Batliner, S Steidl, C Hacker, E Nöth
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 18 (1-2), 175-206, 2008
Automatic pronunciation scoring of words and sentences independent from the non-native’s first language
T Cincarek, R Gruhn, C Hacker, E Nöth, S Nakamura
Computer Speech & Language 23 (1), 65-88, 2009
Integrated dialog act segmentation and classification using prosodic features and language models.
V Warnke, R Kompe, H Niemann, E Nöth
Eurospeech, 1997
M= Syntax+ Prosody: A syntactic–prosodic labelling scheme for large spontaneous speech databases
A Batliner, R Kompe, A Kießling, M Mast, H Niemann, E Nöth
Speech communication 25 (4), 193-222, 1998
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