Phil Green
Phil Green
Professor of Computer Science, University of Sheffield
Verified email at dcs.shef.ac.uk
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Robust automatic speech recognition with missing and unreliable acoustic data
M Cooke, P Green, L Josifovski, A Vizinho
Speech communication 34 (3), 267-285, 2001
8242001
The PASCAL CHiME speech separation and recognition challenge
J Barker, E Vincent, N Ma, H Christensen, P Green
Computer Speech & Language 27 (3), 621-633, 2013
2452013
Soft decisions in missing data techniques for robust automatic speech recognition
J Barker, L Josifovski, M Cooke, P Green
Sixth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2000
1732000
Robust ASR based on clean speech models: An evaluation of missing data techniques for connected digit recognition in noise
J Barker, M Cooke, P Green
Seventh European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2001
1582001
Missing data techniques for robust speech recognition
M Cooke, A Morris, P Green
1997 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1997
1471997
The CHiME corpus: a resource and a challenge for computational hearing in multisource environments
H Christensen, J Barker, N Ma, PD Green
Eleventh Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2010
1432010
Some solution to the missing feature problem in data classification, with application to noise robust ASR
AC Morris, MP Cooke, PD Green
Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 1998
1251998
Handling missing data in speech recognition
M Cooke, P Green, M Crawford
Third International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1994
1121994
Missing data theory, spectral subtraction and signal-to-noise estimation for robust ASR: An integrated study
A Vizinho, P Green, M Cooke, L Josifovski
Sixth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 1999
1051999
A speech-controlled environmental control system for people with severe dysarthria
MS Hawley, P Enderby, P Green, S Cunningham, S Brownsell, ...
Medical Engineering & Physics 29 (5), 586-593, 2007
942007
Automatic speech recognition with sparse training data for dysarthric speakers
P Green, J Carmichael, A Hatzis, P Enderby, M Hawley, M Parker
Eighth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 2003
932003
A comparative study of adaptive, automatic recognition of disordered speech
H Christensen, S Cunningham, C Fox, P Green, T Hain
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2012
862012
From WER and RIL to MER and WIL: improved evaluation measures for connected speech recognition
AC Morris, V Maier, P Green
Eighth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2004
822004
A voice-input voice-output communication aid for people with severe speech impairment
MS Hawley, SP Cunningham, PD Green, P Enderby, R Palmer, S Sehgal, ...
IEEE Transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 21 (1), 23-31, 2012
792012
Auditory scene analysis and hidden Markov model recognition of speech in noise
PD Green, MP Cooke, MD Crawford
1995 International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing 1 …, 1995
741995
State based imputation of missing data for robust speech recognition and speech enhancement
L Josifovski, M Cooke, P Green, A Vizinho
Sixth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 1999
721999
Exploiting correlogram structure for robust speech recognition with multiple speech sources
N Ma, P Green, J Barker, A Coy
Speech Communication 49 (12), 874-891, 2007
692007
Recognising occluded speech
M Cooke, A Morris, P Green
Auditory Basis of Speech Perception, 1996
641996
Isolated word recognition of silent speech using magnetic implants and sensors
JM Gilbert, SI Rybchenko, R Hofe, SR Ell, MJ Fagan, RK Moore, P Green
Medical engineering & physics 32 (10), 1189-1197, 2010
572010
Computational auditory scene analysis: Listening to several things at once
M Cooke, GJ Brown, M Crawford, P Green
Endeavour 17 (4), 186-190, 1993
571993
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