Silicon Speech  Communication Advances Through Technology

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The presentations listed can be downloaded in Powerpoint format by clicking on [PPT].

Selected Presentations (2000-2007)

2007

Greenberg, S. (2007) Hearing Health – The Looming Crisis and What Can Be Done. AAAS Annual Meeting. [PPT]

Other Talks in the AAAS Session:

Edwards, B. (2007) The Intersection of Hearing Science And Hearing Technology [PPT]

Heller, S. (2007) The Intersection of Hearing Science And Hearing Technology [PPT]

Schmiedt, R. (2007) Recharging the Cochlear Battery in Aged Ears [PPT]

2006

Greenberg, S. (2006) The Modulation Spectrum – Its Role in Sentence and Consonant Identifcation. [PPT]

 

2005

Greenberg, S., (2005) What are the Essential Cues for Understanding Spoken Language?[PPT]

Greenberg, S., (2005) Quest for the Essence of Language. [PPT]

 

2004

Greenberg, S., (2004) The Uninvited Guest – Information's Role in Spoken Language. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2004) Temporal Properties of Spoken Language. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2004) The Analysis of Spoken Language – Transcending the Beads-on-a-String Paradigm. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2004) Strategies for Multi-Tier Annotation of Spoken Language Corpora. [PPT]

 

2003

Greenberg, S. (2003) Pronunciation Variation is Key to Understanding Spoken Language. [PPT]

Greenberg, S., Carvey, H, Hitchcock, L. and Chang, S. (2003) The Phonetic Patterning of Spontaneous American English discourse. [PPT]

Greenberg, S., Carvey, H, Hitchcock, L. and Chang, S. (2003) Temporal Properties of Spontaneous Speech – A Syllable-Centric Perspective. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2003) The Soul of a New (Speech Recognition) Machine – Prosody's Prospective Role. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2003) Whither Speech Technology? – A Twenty-First-Century Perspective. [PPT–1] [PPT–2]

 

2002

Greenberg, S. and Grant, K.W. (2002) Speech Intelligibility Derived from Asynchronous Processing of Auditory-Visual Information. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. Automatic Phonetic and Prosodic Annotation of Spoken Language. [PPT]

 

2001

Chang, S., Greenberg, S. and Wester, M. (2001) An Elitist Approach to Articulatory-Acoustic Feature Classification. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2001) From Here to Utility – Melding Phonetic Insight with Speech Technology. [PPT]

Greenberg, S (2001) Phonetic Dissection of Switchboard-Corpus Automatic Speech Recognition Systems. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. (2003) Whither Speech Technology? [PPT]

Greenberg, S. and Arai, T. (2001) The Relation Between Speech Intelligibility and the Complex Modulation Spectrum. [PPT]

 

2000

Greenberg, S., Chang, S. and Hollenback, J. (2000) An Introduction to the Diagnostic Evaluation of the Switchboard-Corpus Automatic Speech Recognition Systems. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. and Chang, S. (2000) Linguistic Dissection of Switchboard-Corpus Automatic Speech Recognition Systems. [PPT]

Greenberg, S. and Silipo, R. (2000) Prosodic Stress Revisited: Reassessing the Role of Fundamental Frequency. [PPT]