Marco Matassoni
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The second ‘CHiME’speech separation and recognition challenge: Datasets, tasks and baselines
E Vincent, J Barker, S Watanabe, J Le Roux, F Nesta, M Matassoni
2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2013
2232013
Acoustic source location in a three-dimensional space using crosspower spectrum phase
P Svaizer, M Matassoni, M Omologo
1997 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1997
1421997
Environmental conditions and acoustic transduction in hands-free speech recognition
M Omologo, P Svaizer, M Matassoni
Speech Communication 25 (1-3), 75-95, 1998
1121998
Training of HMM with filtered speech material for hands-free recognition
D Giuliani, M Matassoni, M Omologo, P Svaizer
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ACOUSTICS SPEECH AND SIGNAL PROCESSING 1 …, 1999
961999
The second ‘CHiME’speech separation and recognition challenge: An overview of challenge systems and outcomes
E Vincent, J Barker, S Watanabe, J Le Roux, F Nesta, M Matassoni
2013 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, 162-167, 2013
942013
Microphone array based speech recognition with different talker-array positions
M Omologo, M Matassoni, P Svaizer, D Giuliani
1997 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1997
751997
Hidden Markov model training with contaminated speech material for distant-talking speech recognition
M Matassoni, M Omologo, D Giuliani, P Svaizer
Computer Speech & Language 16 (2), 205-223, 2002
602002
Use of a CSP-based voice activity detector for distant-talking ASR
L Armani, M Matassoni, M Omologo, P Svaizer
Eighth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2003
442003
Speech recognition with microphone arrays
M Omologo, M Matassoni, P Svaizer
Microphone arrays, 331-353, 2001
422001
The HIWIRE database, a noisy and non-native English speech corpus for cockpit communication
JC Segura, T Ehrette, A Potamianos, D Fohr, I Illina, PA Breton, V Clot, ...
Online. http://www. hiwire. org, 2007
362007
An auditory based modulation spectral feature for reverberant speech recognition
HK Maganti, M Matassoni
Eleventh Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2010
312010
Hands free continuous speech recognition in noisy environment using a four microphone array
D Giuliani, M Matassoni, M Omologo, P Svaizer
1995 International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing 1 …, 1995
261995
A flexible spatial blind source extraction framework for robust speech recognition in noisy environments
F Nesta, M Matassoni, RF Astudillo
Proc. CHiME, 33-40, 2013
252013
Robust automatic speech recognition through on-line semi blind source extraction
F Nesta, M Matassoni
Machine Listening in Multisource Environments, 2011
252011
Blind source extraction for robust speech recognition in multisource noisy environments
F Nesta, M Matassoni
Computer Speech & Language 27 (3), 703-725, 2013
242013
The DIRHA-GRID corpus: baseline and tools for multi-room distant speech recognition using distributed microphones
M Matassoni, RF Astudillo, A Katsamanis, M Ravanelli
Fifteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2014
222014
Hands-free speech recognition using a filtered clean corpus and incremental HMM adaptation
M Matassoni, M Omologo, D Giulini
2000 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2000
222000
Use of different microphone array configurations for hands-free speech recognition in noisy and reverberant environment
D Giuliani, M Matassoni, M Omologo, P Svaizer
Fifth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 1997
211997
Non-native children speech recognition through transfer learning
M Matassoni, R Gretter, D Falavigna, D Giuliani
2018 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2018
192018
Efficient time delay estimation based on cross-power spectrum phase
M Matassoni, P Svaizer
2006 14th European Signal Processing Conference, 1-5, 2006
192006
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