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Mark Liberman

University of Pennsylvania

Automatic recognition of suprasegmentals in speech

Aug 04, 2021
Jiahong Yuan, Neville Ryant, Xingyu Cai, Kenneth Church, Mark Liberman

* submitted to ASRU 2021 

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Neural Representations for Modeling Variation in English Speech

Nov 25, 2020
Martijn Bartelds, Wietse de Vries, Faraz Sanal, Caitlin Richter, Mark Liberman, Martijn Wieling

* Submitted to Journal of Phonetics 

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The Second DIHARD Diarization Challenge: Dataset, task, and baselines

Jun 18, 2019
Neville Ryant, Kenneth Church, Christopher Cieri, Alejandrina Cristia, Jun Du, Sriram Ganapathy, Mark Liberman

* Accepted by Interspeech 2019 

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A Formal Framework for Linguistic Annotation (revised version)

Oct 26, 2000
Steven Bird, Mark Liberman

* 29 pages, 20 figures, to appear in Speech Communication, An earlier version appeared as cs.CL/9903003 

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ATLAS: A flexible and extensible architecture for linguistic annotation

Jul 13, 2000
Steven Bird, David Day, John Garofolo, John Henderson, Christophe Laprun, Mark Liberman

* Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, pp. 1699-1706, Paris: European Language Resources Association, 2000 
* 8 pages, 9 figures 

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Annotation graphs as a framework for multidimensional linguistic data analysis

Jul 05, 1999
Steven Bird, Mark Liberman

* 10 pages, 10 figures, Towards Standards and Tools for Discourse Tagging, Proceedings of the Workshop. pp. 1-10. Association for Computational Linguistics 

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A Formal Framework for Linguistic Annotation

Mar 02, 1999
Steven Bird, Mark Liberman

* 49 pages 

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