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Michael Alan Picheny
Michael Alan Picheny
NYU - Courant CS and CDS
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Speaking clearly for the hard of hearing II: Acoustic characteristics of clear and conversational speech
MA Picheny, NI Durlach, LD Braida
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 29 (4), 434-446, 1986
8261986
Speaker adaptation of neural network acoustic models using i-vectors
G Saon, H Soltau, D Nahamoo, M Picheny
2013 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, 55-59, 2013
6712013
Speaking clearly for the hard of hearing I: Intelligibility differences between clear and conversational speech
MA Picheny, NI Durlach, LD Braida
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 28 (1), 96-103, 1985
6271985
Automatic indexing and aligning of audio and text using speech recognition
HA Ellozy, D Kanevsky, MY Kim, D Nahamoo, MA Picheny, WW Zadrozny
US Patent 5,649,060, 1997
5431997
English conversational telephone speech recognition by humans and machines
G Saon, G Kurata, T Sercu, K Audhkhasi, S Thomas, D Dimitriadis, X Cui, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.02136, 2017
3982017
Deep belief networks using discriminative features for phone recognition
A Mohamed, TN Sainath, G Dahl, B Ramabhadran, GE Hinton, ...
2011 IEEE international conference on acoustics, speech and signal …, 2011
3842011
Semantic language modeling and confidence measurement
ME Epstein, H Erdogan, Y Gao, MA Picheny, R Sarikaya
US Patent 7,475,015, 2009
2972009
Constructing Markov model word baseforms from multiple utterances by concatenating model sequences for word segments
LR Bahl, PV Desouza, RL Mercer, MA Picheny
US Patent 4,819,271, 1989
2651989
Automatic determination of labels and Markov word models in a speech recognition system
PF Brown, PV De Souza, D Nahomoo, MA Picheny
US Patent 5,072,452, 1991
2591991
Speech recognition using noise-adaptive prototypes
A Nádas, D Nahamoo, MA Picheny
ICASSP-88., International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1988
2551988
Automatic generation of simple Markov model stunted baseforms for words in a vocabulary
LR Bahl, PV Desouza, RL Mercer, MA Picheny
US Patent 4,833,712, 1989
2481989
The IBM 2015 English conversational telephone speech recognition system
G Saon, HKJ Kuo, S Rennie, M Picheny
arXiv preprint arXiv:1505.05899, 2015
2462015
Speech recognition apparatus having a speech coder outputting acoustic prototype ranks
LR Bahl, PV De Souza, PS Gopalakrishnan, MA Picheny
US Patent 5,222,146, 1993
2451993
Speech recognizer having a speech coder for an acoustic match based on context-dependent speech-transition acoustic models
LR Bahl, PV De Souza, PS Gopalakrishnan, MA Picheny
US Patent 5,333,236, 1994
2321994
Feneme-based Markov models for words
LR Bahl, PV Desouza, RL Mercer, MA Picheny
US Patent 5,165,007, 1992
2241992
Method and apparatus for a communication device for use by a hearing impaired/mute or deaf person or in silent environments
PT Brunet, AP Ittycheriah, C Narayanaswami, MA Picheny, ...
US Patent 5,995,590, 1999
2211999
Telephone messaging and editing system
M Padmanabhan, M Picheny, D Nahamoo, S Roukos
US Patent 6,219,638, 2001
2192001
Acoustic Markov models used in the Tangora speech recognition system
LR Bahl, PF Brown, PV de Souza, MA Picheny
ICASSP-88., International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1988
2111988
Decision trees for phonological rules in continuous speech
LR Bahl, PV deSouza, PS Gopalakrishnan, D Nahamoo, MA Picheny
Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, IEEE International Conference on …, 1991
2101991
Large vocabulary natural language continuous speech recognition
LR Bahl, R Bakis, J Bellegarda, PF Brown, D Burshtein, SK Das, ...
International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing,, 465-467, 1989
1941989
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