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NAKAGAWA Seiichi

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Year of Birth 1948
Place of Birth Kyoto
Title Designated Professor
Belong to Dept. of Computer Science
Computer Science (graduate school)
Graduated Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering
Degree Doctor of Engineering (Kyoto University)
Academic Institutional Membership IEEE (Life Member)
ISCA
IEICE (Fellow)
IPSJ (Fellow)
ASJ
JSAI
Field of Study Computer Science, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence
Research, Studies Speech recognition, Speaker recognition, Spoken dialog, Speech translation, Huamun iterface, Natural language processing
Curriculum Specialized Speech processing, Numerical analysis
Contact Mail address:nakagawa@isc.chubu.ac.jp

Books Published, Translation

Spoken Language Systems(Ed), IOS Press, 2005

Academic Papers, Critique

Replay attack detection with auditory filter-based relative phase features, Eurasip Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing (Springer), 11 pages, 2019:8

Discriminative learning of filterbank layer with deep neural network based speech recognition for speaker adaptation, IEICE Trans. Vol.E102D, No.2, pp.364-374, 2019

Phase and reverberation aware DNN for distant-talking speech enhancement, Multimedia Tools and Applications, Springer, pp.1-16, 2018.2.20

Noise robust voice activity detection using joint phase and magnitude based feature enhancement, Jour. Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, pp.1-15, Springer, 2017.4.11

Spoofing speech detection using modified relative phase information, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Vol.11, Issue 4, pp.660-670, 2017

Single-channel dereverberation by feature mapping using cascade neural networks for robust distant speaker identification and speech recognition, EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing, Vol.2014, No.13, pp.1-23, 2014

Statistical method of evaluating pronunciation proficiency/intelligibility of English presentation by Japanese speakers, RECALL, Vol.27, No.1, pp.58-83, 2014

Modeling filled pauses and silences for responses of a spoken dialogue system, Int. Jour. Computers, Vol.8, pp.136-143, 2013

Effect of acoustic and linguistic contexts on human and machine speech recognition, Computer Speech and Language, Vol.28, No.3, pp.769-787, 2013

A robust/fast spoken term detection method based on a syllable n-gram index with a distance metric, Speech Cmmunication, Vol.35, pp.470-485, 2013

Risk-based semi-supervised discriminative language modeling for broadcast transcription, IEICE Trans. Information and Systems, Vol.E95-D, No.11, pp.2674-2681, 2012

Class-based n-gram language model for new words using out-of-vocabulary to in-vocabulary similarity, IEICE Trans. Information and Systems, Vol.E95-D, No.9. pp.2308-2316, 2012

Hidden conditional neural fields for continuous phoneme recognition, IEICE Trans. Information and Systems, Vol. E95-D, No.8, pp.2094-2104, 2012

Improving the readability of ASR results for lectures using multiple hypotheses and sentence-level knowledge, IEICE Trans. Information and Systems, Vol.E95-D, No.4, pp.1101-1111, 2012

Topic-dependent class-based n-gram language model, IEEE Trans. on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, Vol.20, No.5, PP.1513-1525, 2012

Speaker identification and verification by combining MFCC and phase information, IEEE transaction on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, 20(4): 1084-1095, 2012

Awards

Acievement Award from IEICE (2015)

Prize for Distinguished Acievements in Acoustics, ASJ (2015)

IEICE Paper Award (2013, 2001, 1978;3 times)

IPSJ Fellow (2005)

IEICE Fellow (2004)

IETE Best Paper Award (J. C. Bose Memorial Award) (1990)

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