Toshio IRINO
Toshio IRINO
Professor of Systems Engineering, Wakayama University
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TANDEM-STRAIGHT: A temporally stable power spectral representation for periodic signals and applications to interference-free spectrum, F0, and aperiodicity estimation
H Kawahara, M Morise, T Takahashi, R Nisimura, T Irino, H Banno
2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2008
3482008
A time-domain, level-dependent auditory filter: The gammachirp
T Irino, RD Patterson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 101 (1), 412-419, 1997
3211997
The processing and perception of size information in speech sounds
DRR Smith, RD Patterson, R Turner, H Kawahara, T Irino
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (1), 305-318, 2005
2232005
A compressive gammachirp auditory filter for both physiological and psychophysical data
T Irino, RD Patterson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (5), 2008-2022, 2001
1772001
A dynamic compressive gammachirp auditory filterbank
T Irino, RD Patterson
IEEE transactions on audio, speech, and language processing 14 (6), 2222-2232, 2006
1632006
Segregating information about the size and shape of the vocal tract using a time-domain auditory model: The stabilised wavelet-Mellin transform
T Irino, RD Patterson
Speech Communication 36 (3-4), 181-203, 2002
1462002
Speech separation by humans and machines
P Divenyi
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004
1112004
Temporal asymmetry in the auditory system
T Irino, RD Patterson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 99 (4), 2316-2331, 1996
981996
Nearly defect-free F0 trajectory extraction for expressive speech modifications based on STRAIGHT
H Kawahara, A Cheveigné, H Banno, T Takahashi, T Irino
Ninth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2005
902005
Comparison of the roex and gammachirp filters as representations of the auditory filter
M Unoki, T Irino, B Glasberg, BCJ Moore, RD Patterson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (3), 1474-1492, 2006
882006
Robust and accurate fundamental frequency estimation based on dominant harmonic components
T Nakatani, T Irino
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 116 (6), 3690-3700, 2004
882004
Extending the domain of center frequencies for the compressive gammachirp auditory filter
RD Patterson, M Unoki, T Irino
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (3), 1529-1542, 2003
842003
Underlying principles of a high-quality speech manipulation system STRAIGHT and its application to speech segregation
H Kawahara, T Irino
Speech separation by humans and machines, 167-180, 2005
772005
Temporally variable multi-aspect auditory morphing enabling extrapolation without objective and perceptual breakdown
H Kawahara, R Nisimura, T Irino, M Morise, T Takahashi, H Banno
2009 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2009
662009
Signal reconstruction from modified auditory wavelet transform
T Irino, H Kawahara
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 41 (12), 3549-3554, 1993
661993
An analysis/synthesis auditory filterbank based on an IIR implementation of the gammachirp
T Irino, M Unoki
Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan (E) 20 (6), 397-406, 1999
551999
Modeling temporal asymmetry in the auditory system
RD Patterson, T Irino
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 104 (5), 2967-2979, 1998
531998
Implementation of realtime STRAIGHT speech manipulation system: Report on its first implementation
H Banno, H Hata, M Morise, T Takahashi, T Irino, H Kawahara
Acoustical science and technology 28 (3), 140-146, 2007
472007
Robust fundamental frequency estimation using instantaneous frequencies of harmonic components
Y Atake, T Irino, H Kawahara, J Lu, S Nakamura, K Shikano
432000
A method for fundamental frequency estimation and voicing decision: Application to infant utterances recorded in real acoustical environments
T Nakatani, S Amano, T Irino, K Ishizuka, T Kondo
Speech Communication 50 (3), 203-214, 2008
302008
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