Oriental COCOSDA 2018 Program


May 7, 2018

9:30-9:40 Opening Remarks
9:40-10:05 Development of Text and Speech Corpus for Designing the Multilingual Recognition System

Shweta Bbansal and Shyam S. Agrawal

10:05-10:30 Urdu Speech Corpora for Banking Sector in Pakistan

Benazir Mumtaz, Sahar Rauf, Hafsa Qadir, Javairia Khalid, Tania Habib, Sarmad Hussain, Rukhsana Barkat, and Ehsan Ul Haq

10:30-10:55 AWA Long-Term Recorded Speech Corpus and Robust Speaker Recognition Method for Session Variability

Satoru Tsuge, Shingo Kuroiwa, Tomoko Ohsuga, and Yuichi Ishimoto

11:05-11:30 Parenthetical – A Special Type of Prosodic Reduction in Continuous Speech

Chiu-yu Tseng, Helen Kai-yun Chen, and Yen-Hsing Chen

11:30-11:55 Acoustic Comparison of Vowel Articulation When Combined with Different Tone Categories in Mandarin

Chong Cao, Yanlu Xie, and Jinsong Zhang

12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Keynote 1:

Linguistic Unit Discovery from Multi-modal Inputs in Unwritten Languages

Odette Scharenborg

14:30-14:45 Group Photo
14:45-15:10 Naso-Articulometry Speech Database for Cleft-Palate Speech Assessment

Chai Wutiwiwatchai, Patcharika Chootrakool, Sawit Kasiriya, Kalyanee Makarabhirom, Nantiya Ooppanasak, and Benjamas Prathanee

15:10-15:35 Multi-Modal Multi-Task Deep Learning for Speaker and Emotion Recognition of TV-Series Data

Sashi Novitasari, Quoc Truong Do, Sakriani Sakti, Dessi Lestari, and Satoshi Nakamura

15:35-16:05 Mathematical Modeling for Daniel – IPA Vowel System in CSOLP and Actual Application in Quantitative & Dynamic Research on IPA Diphthongs

Qiaoli FENG, Xuan XIONG, Wei HE, Ziyu YE, Min YU, and Xiaogan Huang

16:15-16:40 A Typological Study of English Monophthongs Acquisition of EFL Learners in Shandong Dialect Area Region

Yuan Jia, Bin Li and Aijun Li

16:40-17:05 Typology of Convergences and Divergences of English Monophthongs by Chinese Northeastern EFL Learners

Yuan Jia and Yu Wang

17:05-17:30 Acoustic Features of Mandarin Diphthongs by Uyghur Learners at Primary Level

Yultuz Rapkat, Gulnur Arkin, Mijit Ablimit, and Askar Hamdulla


May 8, 2018

9:00-9:25 Japanese-English Code-Switching Speech Data Construction

Sahoko Nakayama, Takatomo Kano, Quoc Truong Do, Sakriani Sakti, and Satoshi Nakamura

9:25-9:50 Speech Corpora of Under Resourced Languages of North-East India

Barsha Deka, Joyshree Chakraborty, Abhishek Dey, Shikhamoni Nath, Priyankoo Sarmah, Nirmala S.R., and Samudravijaya K

9:50-10:15 Unsupervised Dependency Corpus Annotation for Myanmar Language
Hnin Thu Zar Aye, Win Pa Pa, and Ye Kyaw Thu
10:45-12:00 SESSION-6 (POSTERS)
 Poster 1 The BLCU-SAIT Speech Corpus of Non-Native Chinese

Wei Wang, Xing Wei, Jiawei Yu, Yanlu Xie, and Jinsong Zhang

 Poster 2 An Enhancement of English-Thai Pronunciation Dictionary

Patcharika Chootrakool, Sittipong Saychum, Chai Wutiwiwatchai, and Anocha Rugchatjaroen

 Poster 3 Assessment of Korean Spontaneous Speech Produced by Non-Native Learners: Issues and Methodology

Seung Hee Yang and Minhwa Chung

 Poster 4 Acoustic Feature Analysis on the Chinese Mandarin Monophthongs Pronounced by Kazakh College Students

Guljan Alijan, Gulnur Arkin, Dilmurat Tursun, Mijit Ablimit, and Askar Hamdulla

 Poster 5 The Patterns of Unvoiced Fricatives in Uyghur Language

Parizat Keyim, Gulnur Arkin, Mijit Ablimit, and Askar Hamdulla

 Poster 6 A High Quality and Phonetic Balanced Speech Corpus for Vietnamese

Phuong Pham Ngoc, Quoc Truong Do, and LUONG CHI MAI

 Poster 7 Acoustic Analysis of Vowels in Two Southern Angami Dialects

Viyazonuo Terhiija, Priyankoo Sarmah, and K Samudravijaya

 Poster 8 Noise-Resistant Telephone Quality Isolated Digit ASR: Towards Application in a Disaster Participatory Toolkit

Emmanuel Malaay, Ronald John Cabatic, Michael Simora, Shrestha Mohanty, Justin Mi, Jonathan Lee, Thanatcha Panpairoj, Sirej Dua, Brandie Nonnecke, Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg, Nathaniel Oco, and Rachel Edita Roxas

 Poster 9 Utilizing Indonesian Data Resources for Text-to-Speech Using End-to-End Method

Agung Santosa, Asril Jarin, Made Gunawan, Teduh Uliniansyah, Gunarso Gunarso, Elvira Nurfadhilah, Lyla Ruslana, Fara Ayuningtyas, Harnum Annisa, and Hammam Riza

12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Keynote 2:

Aspects of L2 Learners’ English Speeches: A Study Based on the ICNALE

Shinichiro Ishikawa

14:40-15:05 Phonetic Realization of Information Structures in Chinese English Learners’ Reading Texts

Xinyi Wen, Yuan Jia, and Aijun Li

15:05-15:30 Examining the Influence of Word Tonality on Pitch Contours when Singing in Mandarin

Yi-Jhe Lee, Bang-Yin Chen, Yun-Ting Lai, Hsueh-Wei Liao, Ting-Chun Liao, Sheng-Lun Kao, Kuan-Yi Kang, Chun-Tang Hsu, and Yi-Wen Liu

15:30-15:55 Tonal Target and Peak Delay in Mandarin Neutral Tone

Aijun Li, Zhiqiang Li, Gan Huang, and Liang Zhang

16:05-17:35 Country Report
17:35-17:45 Closing Remarks

Instructions for Poster Presentation

The size of poster holders is 90cm x 150 cm and the format is vertical (Portrait). The Poster Boards cannot accommodate Landscape posters. You can print your poster in Portrait A0 (84,1 x 118,9cm).