Matthew Aylett
Matthew Aylett
CSO, CereProc Ltd., Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh
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The smooth signal redundancy hypothesis: A functional explanation for relationships between redundancy, prosodic prominence, and duration in spontaneous speech
M Aylett, A Turk
Language and speech 47 (1), 31-56, 2004
6792004
Analysis of speaker adaptation algorithms for HMM-based speech synthesis and a constrained SMAPLR adaptation algorithm
J Yamagishi, T Kobayashi, Y Nakano, K Ogata, J Isogai
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 17 (1), 66-83, 2009
3832009
Controlling the intelligibility of referring expressions in dialogue
EG Bard, AH Anderson, C Sotillo, M Aylett, G Doherty-Sneddon, ...
Journal of Memory and Language 42 (1), 1-22, 2000
3632000
Language redundancy predicts syllabic duration and the spectral characteristics of vocalic syllable nuclei
M Aylett, A Turk
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119 (5), 3048-3058, 2006
2482006
Referential form, word duration, and modeling the listener in spoken dialogue
EG Bard, MP Aylett, J Trueswell, M Tanenhaus
Approaches to studying world-situated language use: Bridging the language-as …, 2004
1142004
Prosodic transcription of Glasgow English: an evaluation study of GlaToBI
C Mayo, M Aylett, DR Ladd
Intonation: Theory, Models and Applications, 1997
841997
The dissociation of deaccenting, givenness, and syntactic role in spontaneous speech
EG Bard, MP Aylett
Proceedings of the XIVth international congress of phonetic sciences 3, 1753-6, 1999
811999
The cerevoice characterful speech synthesiser sdk
MP Aylett, CJ Pidcock
IVA, 413-414, 2007
732007
An analysis of the timing of turn-taking in a corpus of goal-oriented dialogue
M Bull, M Aylett
Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1998
691998
The Romanian speech synthesis (RSS) corpus: Building a high quality HMM-based speech synthesis system using a high sampling rate
A Stan, J Yamagishi, S King, M Aylett
Speech Communication 53 (3), 442-450, 2011
662011
Stochastic suprasegmentals: Relationships between redundancy, prosodic structure and care of articulation in spontaneous speech
M Aylett
Sixth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2000
472000
None of a CHInd: relationship counselling for HCI and speech technology
MP Aylett, PO Kristensson, S Whittaker, Y Vazquez-Alvarez
CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 749-760, 2014
422014
The State of Speech in HCI: Trends, Themes and Challenges
L Clark, P Doyle, D Garaialde, E Gilmartin, S Schlögl, J Edlund, M Aylett, ...
Interacting with Computers 31 (4), 349-371, 2019
392019
A statistically motivated database pruning technique for unit selection synthesis
P Rutten, MP Aylett, J Fackrell, P Taylor
Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2002
322002
Is disfluency just difficulty?
EG Bard, RJ Lickley, MP Aylett
ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW) on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, 2001
312001
Prediction and realisation of conversational characteristics by utilising spontaneous speech for unit selection
S Andersson, K Georgila, D Traum, M Aylett, RAJ Clark
Speech Prosody 2010-Fifth International Conference, 2010
262010
Combining statistical parameteric speech synthesis and unit-selection for automatic voice cloning
MP Aylett, J Yamagishi
Proc. LangTech 2008, 2008
252008
Ask Alice: an artificial retrieval of information agent
M Valstar, T Baur, A Cafaro, A Ghitulescu, B Potard, J Wagner, E André, ...
Proceedings of the 18th ACM International Conference on Multimodal …, 2016
212016
Speaker and language independent voice quality classification applied to unlabelled corpora of expressive speech
J Kane, S Scherer, M Aylett, LP Morency, C Gobl
2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2013
212013
Stochastic suprasegmentals: Relationships between redundancy, prosodic structure and syllabic duration
MP Aylett
Proceedings of ICPhS–99, San Francisco, 1999
191999
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