2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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2021 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing

6-11 June 2021 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Technical Program

SPE-56: Paralinguistics in Speech

Session Type: Poster
Time: Friday, 11 June, 14:00 - 14:45
Location: Gather.Town
Session Chair: Visar Berisha, Arizona State University
 
SPE-56.1: MODELLING PARALINGUISTIC PROPERTIES IN CONVERSATIONAL SPEECH TO DETECT BIPOLAR DISORDER AND BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
         Bo Wang; University of Oxford
         Yue Wu; University of Oxford
         Nemanja Vaci; University of Sheffield
         Maria Liakata; Queen Mary University of London
         Terry Lyons; University of Oxford
         Kate Saunders; University of Oxford
 
SPE-56.2: AN ATTENTION MODEL FOR HYPERNASALITY PREDICTION IN CHILDREN WITH CLEFT PALATE
         Vikram C Mathad; Arizona State University
         Nancy Scherer; Arizona State University
         Kathy Chapman; University of Utah
         Julie Liss; Arizona State University
         Visar Berisha; Arizona State University
 
SPE-56.3: AN END-TO-END SPEECH ACCENT RECOGNITION METHOD BASED ON HYBRID CTC/ATTENTION TRANSFORMER ASR
         Qiang Gao; NetEase Youdao
         Haiwei Wu; NetEase Youdao
         Yanqing Sun; NetEase Youdao
         Yitao Duan; NetEase Youdao
 
SPE-56.4: MULTI-TASK ESTIMATION OF AGE AND COGNITIVE DECLINE FROM SPEECH
         Yilin Pan; University of Sheffield
         Venkata Srikanth Nallanthighal; Radboud University Nijmegen
         Daniel Blackburn; University of Sheffield
         Heidi Christensen; University of Sheffield
         Aki Harma; Philips Research
 
SPE-56.5: DEEPEMOCLUSTER: A SEMI-SUPERVISED FRAMEWORK FOR LATENT CLUSTER REPRESENTATION OF SPEECH EMOTIONS
         Wei-Cheng Lin; University of Texas at Dallas
         Kusha Sridhar; University of Texas at Dallas
         Carlos Busso; University of Texas at Dallas
 
SPE-56.6: THE ROLE OF TASK AND ACOUSTIC SIMILARITY IN AUDIO TRANSFER LEARNING: INSIGHTS FROM THE SPEECH EMOTION RECOGNITION CASE
         Andreas Triantafyllopoulos; audEERING GmbH/University of Augsburg
         Björn Schuller; University of Augsburg