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KAWANAMI, Hiromichi

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KAWANAMI, Hiromichi
Affiliation
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Section
Graduate School of Information Science
Degree
Ph.D (Engineering)

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川波弘道, 猿渡洋
立石科学技術振興財団助成研究成果集   (22) 64-67   Sep 2013
吉田雄太, 久保慶伍, 川波弘道, 猿渡洋, 鹿野清宏
日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2013 ROMBUNNO.3-P-45A   Mar 2013
真嶋温佳, TORRES Rafael, 川波弘道, 原直, 松井知子, 猿渡洋, 鹿野清宏
日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2013 ROMBUNNO.3-9-5   Mar 2013
Rafael Torres, Hiromichi Kawanami, Tomoko Matsui, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ Journal   54(2)    Feb 2013
In this work, we address the topic classification of spoken inquiries in Japanese that are received by a speech-oriented guidance system operating in a real environment. The classification of spoken inquiries is often hindered by automatic speech ...
MAJIMA HARUKA, FUJITA YOKO, TORRES RAFAEL, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, HARA SUNAO, MATSUI TOMOKO, SARUWATARI HIROSHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO
情報処理学会論文誌ジャーナル(CD-ROM)   54(2) 443-451   Feb 2013
KUBO KEIGO, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, SARUWATARI HIROSHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO
情報処理学会論文誌ジャーナル(CD-ROM)   54(2) 452-462   Feb 2013
西村竜一, 原直, 川波弘道, LEE Akinobu, 鹿野清宏
人工知能学会誌   28(1) 52-59   Jan 2013
真嶋温佳, TORRES Rafael, 川波弘道, 原直, 松井知子, 猿渡洋, 鹿野清宏
日本音響学会研究発表会講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2012 ROMBUNNO.3-1-8   Sep 2012
HARA SUNAO, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, SARUWATARI HIROSHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO
情報処理学会研究報告(CD-ROM)   2012(2) ROMBUNNO.SLP-92,NO.1   Aug 2012
MAJIMA HARUKA, FUJITA YOKO, RAFAEL TORRES, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, HARA SUNAO, MATSUI TOMOKO, SARUWATARI HIROSHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO
情報処理学会研究報告(CD-ROM)   2012(2) ROMBUNNO.SLP-92,NO.7   Aug 2012
Majima Haruka, Fujita Yoko, Torres Rafael, Kawanami Hiromichi, Hara Sunao, Matsui Tomoko, Saruwatari Hiroshi, Shikano Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2012(7) 1-6   Jul 2012
On a real environment speech-oriented information guidance system, a valid and invalid input discrimination is important as invalid inputs such as noise, laugh, cough and utterances between users lead to unpredictable system responses. Generally, ...
Sunao Hara, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2012(1) 1-6   Jul 2012
In this paper we propose a novel speech service software for speech-oriented guidance systems. This software has been developed based on Takemaru-kun system, that is implemented at a community center since Nov. 2002. It is consisted of several mod...
NISHIMURA KAZUMA, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, SARUWATARI HIROSHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO
情報処理学会研究報告(CD-ROM)   2012(1) ROMBUNNO.NL-206,NO.14   Jun 2012
Hara Sunao, Kawanami Hiromichi, Saruwatari Hiroshi, Shikano Kiyohiro
Proceedings of the IEICE General Conference   2012(1)    Mar 2012
Kazuma Nishimura, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2011(12) 1-6   Jul 2011
An example-based question answering (QA) is a robust and practical approach for a real-environment information guidance system. However, it cannot appropriately respond to unexpected user's utterances if a similar example of a question-answer pair...
Keigo Kubo, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2011(16) 1-6   Jan 2011
Previously, a variety of automatic reading annotation to an unknown word has been researched, as improvement of the performance is expected in speech recognition, speech synthesis and predictive transform of a retrieval query, etc. Automatic readi...
Rafael Torres, Hiromichi Kawanami, Tomoko Matsui, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2011(6) 1-6   Jan 2011
Stacked generalization is a method that allows to combine outputs of multiple classifiers using a second-level classification, minimizing the generalization error of first-level classifiers and achieving greater predictive accuracy. In a previous ...
Keigo Kubo, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2010(15) 1-6   Jul 2010
Following the success of real-time ASR, voice search and spoken document retrieval services have been put into practice. These services are expected to deal with wide range vocabulary including OOV (Out-of-vocabulary) words to the system such as n...
Yoko Fujita, Shota Takeuchi, Hiromichi Kawanami, Tomoko Matsui, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2010(3) 1-6   Feb 2010
On a real environment speech-oriented information guidance system, a valid and invalid input discrimination process is important as invalid inputs such as noise, laugh, cough and meaningless utterances lead to unpredictable system responses. Gener...
SARUWATARI Hiroshi, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan   28(1) 31-34   Jan 2010
IEICE technical report   109(356) 189-194   Dec 2009
Keigo Kubo, Jumpei Miyake, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2009(33) 1-6   Dec 2009
In recent years, spoken dialogue systems capable of responding to various utterances have been studied. For example, there is an approach that detects out-of-task utterances and process them by the Web retrieval. However, in general, a language mo...
Shota Takeuchi, Hiromichi Kawanami, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano
IPSJ SIG Notes   2009(15) 1-6   Jul 2009
In a real-environmental speech-oriented information guidance system, the example-based response generation method, which determinates a system response by using a question and answer database (QADB), has been investigated. When the QADB is expande...
Yoko FUJITA, Shota TAKEUCHI, Hiromichi KAWANAMI, Tomoko MATSUI, Hiroshi SARUWATARI, Kiyohiro SHIKANO
IPSJ SIG Notes   2009(14) 1-6   Jul 2009
Example-based response selection approach is applied to a spoken dialogue system. This method can effectively cope with a variety of users' utterances. There are two advantages in this method using question and answer database (QADB). First one is...
Rafael TORRES, Shota TAKEUCHI, Hiromichi KAWANAMI, Tomoko MATSUI, Hiroshi SARUWATARI, Kiyohiro SHIKANO
IPSJ SIG Notes   2009(13) 1-6   Jul 2009
The issue of providing appropriate responses for users' inquiries in a speechoriented guidance system can be addressed with an example-based response generation method, which compares a user's utterance with example questions stored in a question ...
SHIKANO Kiyohiro, TAKEDA Kazuya, KAWAHARA Tatsuya, KAWAHARA Hideki, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, TOKUDA Keiichi, LEE Akinobu, KAWANAMI hiromichi, NISIMURA Ryuichi, GOMEZ Randy, TODA Tomoki, NISHIURA Takanobu, TAKAHASHI Toru, BANNO Hideki, ZEN Heiga
The Journal of the Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers   92(6) 475-491   Jun 2009
MATSUMOTO Yoshinori, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, FUKUSHIMA Shigenobu
71(2) "2-105"-"2-106"   Mar 2009
MIYAKE Jumpei, TAKEUCHI Shota, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   108(422) 1-6   Jan 2009
In this paper, we propose a novel method to automatically annotate readings (kana, furigana) to Japanese trendy words and new wordsin Kanji and so on. In speech recognition, Out-of-Vocabulary (OOV) processing has been one of problems. Since trendy...
MIYAKE Jumpei, TAKEUCHI Shota, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2008(68) 19-24   Jul 2008
This paper presents a analysis of utterance and a comparing investigation of a training corpora for language model of web search task in a speech-oriented dialog system. A dialogue system called "Takemaru-kun" has been developed in our laboratory ...
Shikano K., Cincarek Tobias, Takeuchi S., Kawanami H., Lee A., Nisimura R., Saruwatari H.
70(5) "5-335"-"5-336"   Mar 2008
Kawanami Hiromichi, Cincarek Tobias, Takeuchi Shota, Saruwatari Hiroshi, Shikano Kiyohiro
70(5) "5-337"-"5-338"   Mar 2008
Saruwatari Hiroshi, Takahashi Yu, Cincarek Tobias, Sakai Hiroyuki, Takeuchi Shota, Osako Keiichi, Miyabe Shigeki, Mori Yoshimitsu, Kawanami Hiromichi, Lee Akinobu, Shikano Kiyohiro
70(5) "5-353"-"5-354"   Mar 2008
Proceedings of the Spoken Document Processing Workshop   2 27-32   Feb 2008
SAKAI Hiroyuki, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, LEE Akinobu
IPSJ SIG Notes   2007(129) 13-18   Dec 2007
Introduction of hands-free interface into speech recognition (SR) systems is expected for natural it-eraction between humans and spoken dialogue robots. In hands-free SR system, Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) of input signal becomes worse because of ...
TAKEUCHI Shota, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2007(129) 295-300   Dec 2007
A speech-oriented dialog system employed in real-environment requires dialog control techniques which enable flexible processing of various utterance expressions. As a robust response generation method for various utterance expressions, an example...
SAKAI Hiroyuki, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, LEE Akinobu
IEICE technical report. Speech   107(406) 13-18   Dec 2007
Introduction of hands-free interface into speech recognition (SR) systems is expected for natural iteraction between humans and spoken dialogue robots. In hands-free SR system, Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) of input signal becomes worse because of b...
TAKEUCHI Shota, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   107(406) 295-300   Dec 2007
A speech-oriented dialog system employed in real-environment requires dialog control techniques which enable flexible processing of various utterance expressions. As a robust response generation method for various utterance expressions, an example...
SAKAI Hiroyuki, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, LEE Akinobu
IEICE technical report. Natural language understanding and models of communication   107(405) 13-18   Dec 2007
Introduction of hands-free interface into speech recognition (SR) systems is expected for natural iteraction between humans and spoken dialogue robots. In hands-free SR system, Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) of input signal becomes worse because of b...
TAKEUCHI Shota, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Natural language understanding and models of communication   107(405) 295-300   Dec 2007
A speech-oriented dialog system employed in real-environment requires dialog control techniques which enable flexible processing of various utterance expressions. As a robust response generation method for various utterance expressions, an example...
OKAMOTO Hideki, KOJIMA Mariko, MATSUI Tomoko, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   107(165) 79-84   Jul 2007
We investigated a speaker verification method that uses non-audible murmur (NAM) segments using newly collected data and obtained several findings that will be useful when speaker verification systems are made in practice. NAM is recorded using a ...
TAKEUCHI Shota, CINCAREK Tobias, KIDA Manabu, HAYAKAWA Naoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   107(116) 31-36   Jun 2007
A speech-oriented guidance system using example-based response selection is a pro approach to build a real-environment speech dialog system. This system can cope with variants of naturally spoken utterances. Its response performance depends on a q...
SAKAI Hiroyuki, CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, LEE Akinobu
IEICE technical report. Speech   107(116) 55-60   Jun 2007
This paper proposes a new Voice Activity Detection (VAD) method by decoding using Acoustic Model (AM) and Language Model (AM) applied to Hands-Free speech recognition. SNR degrades in real-environment Hands-Free because of the various background n...
CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, KIDA Manabu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, NISHIMURA Ryuichi, LEE Akinobu
IPSJ SIG Notes   2006(136) 173-178   Dec 2006
The development of the speech-oriented guidance system Takemaru is simulated using the data collected during the first two-years of regular operation. The relationship between the period of data collection, the number of speech inputs, number of w...
CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, KIDA Manabu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, NISHIMURA Ryuichi, LEE Akinobu
106(443) 173-178   Dec 2006
CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, KIDA Manabu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, NISHIMURA Ryuichi, LEE Akinobu
IEICE technical report. Speech   106(443) 173-178   Dec 2006
The development of the speech-oriented guidance system Takemaru is simulated using the data collected during the first two-years of regular operation. The relationship between the period of data collection, the number of speech inputs, number of w...
CINCAREK Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, KIDA Manabu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro, NISHIMURA Ryuichi, LEE Akinobu
IEICE technical report. Natural language understanding and models of communication   106(441) 173-178   Dec 2006
The development of the speech-oriented guidance system Takemaru is simulated using the data collected during the first two-years of regular operation. The relationship between the period of data collection, the number of speech inputs, number of w...
Shikano Kiyohiro, Cincarek Tobias, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, Nisimura Ryuichi, Lee Akinobu
IPSJ SIG Notes   2006(107) 33-38   Oct 2006
We have been developing and operating "Takemaru-kun" spoken information guidance system in North Community Center in Ikoma city these four years. Takemaru-kun, which is composed of large vocabulary continuous speech recognition program Julius and ...
KIDA Manabu, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2006(73) 81-86   Jul 2006
In this paper an approach to optimize the question-response database of a speech based guidance system is proposed and evaluated. Such a system uses speech as input, and offers information for the user demands. However the system response may not ...
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, KIDA Manabu, HAYAKAWA Naoki, Cincarek Tobias, KITAMURA Takahiro, KATO Tomoyuki, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   106(123) 19-24   Jun 2006
We have been developing the "Takemaru-kun" spoken information guidance system set on a real environment: the public city center ISTA in Ikoma, Nara. Following success of the system, two new spoken systems are developed and have been in operation a...
OIDATE Shingo, TODA Tomoki, LEE Akinobu, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2006(12) 7-12   Feb 2006
A rapid speaker adaptaion in a public speech-recognition system such as the humanoid robots and ticket vending machines is important because a speaker frequently exchanges. Cepstral Mean Normalization (CMN) is widely used as a technique for normal...
KITAMURA Takahiro, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, LEE Akinobu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2005(127) 103-108   Dec 2005
A suitable task domain for speech recognition and speech dialogue systems used in a real environment is important. It is indispensable to popularize such systems so that its technology can easily be applied or enhanced to a required task. When a n...
KITAMURA Takahiro, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, LEE Akinobu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   105(496) 13-18   Dec 2005
A suitable task domain for speech recognition and speech dialogue systems used in a real environment is important. It is indispensable to popularize such systems so that its technology can easily be applied or enhanced to a required task. When a n...
KITAMURA Takahiro, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, LEE Akinobu, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Natural language understanding and models of communication   105(494) 13-18   Dec 2005
A suitable task domain for speech recognition and speech dialogue systems used in a real environment is important. It is indispensable to popularize such systems so that its technology can easily be applied or enhanced to a required task. When a n...
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIGASHI Takeo, NAKAJIMA Yoshitaka, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
2005(1) 289-290   Mar 2005
OMOTO Yasumichi, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
2005(1) 183-184   Mar 2005
ADACHI Kazuki, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE transactions on information and systems   E88-D(3) 519-524   Mar 2005
This research aims to construct a high-quality Japanese TTS (Text-to-Speech) system that has high flexibility in treating prosody. Many TTS systems have implemented a prosody control system but such systems have been fundamentally designed to outp...
ADACHI Kazuki, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyoshiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   103(750) 37-42   Mar 2004
This paper describes a speech synthesis method to express various utterance styles using TTS (Text-To-Speech) system. To express various utterance styles, spectral and prosodic control is necessary. In this research, average prosodic features are ...
HANAZONO Masaya, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   103(750) 43-48   Mar 2004
GMM (Gaussian Mixture Model)-based voice conversion technique has been proposed as a method which can convert a speaker's voice into another speaker's voice. The conversion is done by continuous acoustic feature mapping using correlation between o...
MASUDA Tsuyoshi, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
The transactions of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers. D-II   87(2) 447-455   Feb 2004
SHIRAISHI T., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SARUWATARI H., SHIKANO K.
2003(1) 399-400   Mar 2003
OHNO Yasunori, MASHIMO Mikiko, LEE Akinobu, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
2003(1) 363-364   Mar 2003
IWAMI Y., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SARUWATARI H., SHIKANO K.
2003(1) 267-268   Mar 2003
IWAMI Yohei, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   102(619) 11-16   Jan 2003
Because it is well known that prosodic features play an important role to express emotions, many researches have been conducted to analyze prosodic features and to construct emotional speech synthesis rules. On the other hand, the preceding papers...
MASHIMO MIKIKO, TODA TOMOKI, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, SHIKANO KIYOHIRO, CAMPBELL NICK
IPSJ Journal   43(7) 2177-2185   Jul 2002
This paper describes experiments that test an extension of techniques for converting the voice of one speaker to sound like that of another speaker, to include cross-language utterances, such as would be required for spoken language translation or...
SHIRAISHI Tatsuya, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IPSJ SIG Notes   2002(65) 23-29   Jul 2002
Both speech and image information are important for natural communication. This paper describes a visual speech synthesis method using real image database. Recently, the corpus-based speech synthesis technique becomes in use. We apply that to the ...
MASUDA T., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SARUWATARI H., SHIKANO K.
2002(1) 289-290   Mar 2002
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
2002(1) 287-288   Mar 2002
MASHIMO M., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SHIKANO K.
2002(1) 261-262   Mar 2002
MASUDA Tsuyoshi, TODA Tomoki, KAWANAMI Hiromichi, SARUWATARI Hiroshi, SHIKANO Kiyohiro
IEICE technical report. Speech   101(603) 61-68   Jan 2002
This paper studies a new speech synthesis method which makes it possible to synthesize high quality speech with variety of speech-rate. Remarkable modification for phoneme duration causes quality degradation in concatenative speech synthesis. Ther...
MASUDA T., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SARUWATARI H., SHIKANO K.
2001(2) 245-246   Oct 2001
MASHIMO M., TODA T., KAWANAMI H., SHIKANO K., CAMPBELL N.
2001(2) 389-390   Oct 2001
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, ITO Katsunobu
2001(1) 371-372   Mar 2001
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
2000(1) 237-238   Mar 2000
KITAZAWA S., KITAMURA T., KAWANAMI H., HIROSE K.
1999(2) 289-290   Sep 1999
Kawanami Hiromichi, Hirose Keikichi
IEICE technical report. Speech   99(74) 1-8   May 1999
We have been conducting a comparative study on the prosody of dialogue-style and reading-style, to construct prosodic rules for the synthesis of naturally sounding dialogue speech. From the analysis results for utterances in simulated dialogue by ...
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
1999(1) 253-254   Mar 1999
Kawanami Hiromichi, Hirose Keikichi
IPSJ SIG Notes   98(68) 49-54   Jul 1998
We have been conducting a comparative study on the dialogue-style and reading-style, to construct prosodic rules for the synthesis of dialogue speech. In the current report, analyses were conducted for the speech rate and rules were constructed wi...
KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, HIROSE KEIKICHI
情報処理学会研究報告   98(68(SLP-22)) 49-54   Jul 1998
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
1998(1) 223-224   Mar 1998
Kawanami Hiromichi, Hirose Keikichi
IEICE technical report. Speech   97(396) 73-80   Nov 1997
Prosodic features were analysed for utterances with various kinds of attitude and emotion and were compared to those of reading speech. The results clearly showed the lack of declination in fundamental frequency contours of emotional speech. Analy...
KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, HIROSE KEIKICHI
電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   97(396(SP97 57-67)) 73-80   Nov 1997
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
1997(2) 232-234   Sep 1997
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
1997(1) 207-208   Mar 1997
Kawanami Hiromichi, Hirose Keikichi
IPSJ SIG Notes   97(16) 15-20   Feb 1997
Dialogue speech exhibits prosodic features not found in read speech, such as adding prosodic emphasis to information-rich words or phrases, and using prosodic patterns that are more lively or expressive compared to those found in the more monotoni...
KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, HIROSE KEIKICHI
情報処理学会研究報告   97(16(SLP-15)) 15-20   Feb 1997
HIROSE KEIKICHI, TAKAHASHI NOBORU, SENOO TOORU, SAKATA MAYUMI, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI
音声・言語・概念の統合的処理による対話の理解と生成に関する研究 平成5-7年度   67-78   1997
KAWANAMI Hiromichi, HIROSE Keikichi
1996(2) 201-202   Sep 1996
HIROSE KEIKICHI, KAWANAMI HIROMICHI, SAKATA MAYUMI
人工知能学会全国大会論文集   10th 399-402   Jun 1996

Published Papers

 
Haruka Majima,Rafael Torres,Yoko Fujita,Hiromichi Kawanami,Tomoko Matsui,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2012, 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Portland, Oregon, USA, September 9-13, 2012      2012   [Refereed]
Keigo Kubo,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2012, 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Portland, Oregon, USA, September 9-13, 2012      2012   [Refereed]
Rafael Torres,Shota Takeuchi,Hiromichi Kawanami,Tomoko Matsui,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2010, 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Makuhari, Chiba, Japan, September 26-30, 2010   1261-1264   2010   [Refereed]
Hiroshi Saruwatari,Hiromichi Kawanami,Shota Takeuchi,Yu Takahashi,Tobias Cincarek,Kiyohiro Shikano
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP 2009, 19-24 April 2009, Taipei, Taiwan   2009 Vol.7 3729-3732   2009   [Refereed]
Hideki Okamoto,Tomoko Matsui,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2008, 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Brisbane, Australia, September 22-26, 2008   1369-1372   2008   [Refereed]
Hiroshi Saruwatari,Yu Takahashi,Hiroyuki Sakai,Shota Takeuchi,Tobias Cincarek,Hiromichi Kawanami,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2008, 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Brisbane, Australia, September 22-26, 2008   455-458   2008   [Refereed]
Shota Takeuchi,Tobias Cincarek,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2008, 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Brisbane, Australia, September 22-26, 2008   451-454   2008   [Refereed]
Tobias Cincarek,Hiromichi Kawanami,Ryuichi Nisimura,Akinobu Lee,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
IEICE Transactions   E91-D(3) 576-587   2008   [Refereed]
Hiroyuki Sakai,Tobias Cincarek,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano,Akinobu Lee
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Robot Communication and Coordination, ROBOCOMM 2007, Athens, Greece, October 15-17, 2007   16   2007   [Refereed]
Hideki Okamoto,Mariko Kojima,Tomoko Matsui,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2007, 8th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Antwerp, Belgium, August 27-31, 2007   2017-2020   2007   [Refereed]
Tobias Cincarek,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition & Understanding, ASRU 2007, Kyoto, Japan, December 9-13, 2007   520-525   2007   [Refereed]
Mariko Kojima,Tomoko Matsui,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
INTERSPEECH 2006 - ICSLP, Ninth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, September 17-21, 2006      2006   [Refereed]
Kazuki Adachi,Tomoki Toda,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
IEICE Transactions   E88-D(3) 519-524   2005   [Refereed]
Kazuki Adachi,Tomoki Toda,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2004, May 26-28, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal      2004   [Refereed]
Tatsuya Shiraishi,Tomoki Toda,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 2003 - INTERSPEECH 2003, Geneva, Switzerland, September 1-4, 2003      2003   [Refereed]
Hiromichi Kawanami,Yohei Iwami,Tomoki Toda,Hiroshi Saruwatari,Kiyohiro Shikano
8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 2003 - INTERSPEECH 2003, Geneva, Switzerland, September 1-4, 2003      2003   [Refereed]
Hiromichi Kawanami,Tsuyoshi Masuda,Tomoki Toda,Kiyohiro Shikano
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2002, May 29-31, 2002, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain      2002   [Refereed]
Mikiko Mashimo,Tomoki Toda,Hiromichi Kawanami,Hideki Kashioka,Kiyohiro Shikano,Nick Campbell
7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP2002 - INTERSPEECH 2002, Denver, Colorado, USA, September 16-20, 2002      2002   [Refereed]
Hiromichi Kawanami,Tsuyoshi Masuda,Tomoki Toda,Kiyohiro Shikano
7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP2002 - INTERSPEECH 2002, Denver, Colorado, USA, September 16-20, 2002      2002   [Refereed]
Keikichi Hirose,Hiromichi Kawanami
Speech Communication   36(1-2) 97-111   2002   [Refereed]

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Kiyoshiro SHIKANO
Two invented new speech media, Non-Audible Murmur (NAM) and High fidelity Blind Source Separation (SIMO-ICA), have been theoretically and practically developed. These new media technologies have been transferred to industries. As for speech recogn...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2003 - 2006    Investigator(s): Kiyohiro SHIKANO
The research plan includes the following topics,1. Noise reduction signal processing, accurate phoneme modeling, and speaker and environment adaptation.2. Task adapted language model for accepting spontaneous utterances.3. Hands-free speech recogn...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2003 - 2006    Investigator(s): Hiroshi SARUWATARI
In this research, we resolve a source separation problem, which was considered within acoustics problem, by combining information theory and acoustic signal processing theory. Also we mainly aim to construct a general system consisting of "sound s...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 1998 - 2001    Investigator(s): Kiyohiro SHIKANO
We have been developing several noise and speaker adaptation algorithms for Japanese dictation systems. We have been also developing task-oriented language models. These research results are summarized as follows :1. Unsupervised speaker adaptatio...