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  • Publications List

    PUBLICATIONS

    Lori Lamel

    LIMSI/CNRS (UPR3251),Campus Universitaire bâtiment 507, Rue du Belvédère,

    91405 Orsay, France

    Telephone: (33) 1 69 15 76 16Email: [email protected]

    August 2020

    h-index 54, over 14500 citations (google scholar)https://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=TIctiQ4AAAAJ&hl=enhttp://www.guide2research.com/u/lori-lamel

    Scientific Production• specialized journals with review (revues à comité de lecture): [1] à [38] (invited [6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 21])• proceedings & special issues: [39] à [42]• book chapters (chapitres d’ouvrages): [43] – [69]• revised conference proceedings published in book series [70] – [80]• theses (thèses) : [81] – [83]• keynotes and invited presentations at conferences or workshops (conférences invitées dans des congrès où séminaires) : [84]

    – [127], [392, 396, 398], [405] –[407], [413] – [417], [424] – [432], [472, 475, 478, 485, 490], [493] – [500]

    • international conferences and workshops with reviewed proceedings (conférences internationales avec actes et comité delecture) : [128] – [360]

    • national workshops with review (conférences et colloques nationales avec actes et comité de lecture ): [362] – [383]• international and national workshops (colloques) : [385] – [384]

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    • contractual and other reports (rapports de contrats et rapports internes) : [504] – [547]• patents and licenses (brevets et licences) : [549], [550], [551]• other (autres) : [552] – [567]• ISCA Speech Communication Journal best paper award 2004 [19]

    Specialized journals (with review):

    [1] L. F. Lamel, L. R. Rabiner, A. E. Rosenberg, J.G. Wilpon, “An Improved Endpoint Detector for Isolated WordRecognition,” IEEE Transactions Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing, ASSP-29(4):777-785, August 1981.

    [2] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, J. Mariani, “Speech-to-Text Conversion in French,” International JournalPattern Recognition and A.I., 8(1):99-131, January 1994.

    [3] L. F. Lamel, “A knowledge-based system for stop consonant identification based on speech spectrogram reading,”Computer Speech and Language 7(2):169-191, April 1993.

    [4] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker “Speaker-Independent Continuous Speech Dictation,” SpeechCommunication, 15(1-2):21-37, September 1994.

    [5] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “A Phone-based Approach to Non-Linguistic Speech Feature Identification,” ComputerSpeech and Language, 9(1):87-103, January 1995.

    [6] J.J. Mariani, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Comments on ‘Towards increasing speech recognition error rates,’ by H.Bourlard, H. Hermansky, N. Morgan,” Speech Communication, 18(3):249-252, May 1996. Invited publication.

    [7] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition: from Laboratory Systems towardsReal-World Applications,” Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, J79-D-II:2005-2021, December 1996. (Invited publication).

    [8] S. Young, M. Adda-Decker, X. Aubert, C. Dugast, J.L. Gauvain, D. J. Kershaw, L. Lamel, D. A. van Leeuwen, D.Pye, A. J. Robinson, H. J. M. Steeneken, P. C. Woodland, “Multilingual Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition: TheEuropean SQALE Project,” Computer Speech and Language, 11(1):73-89, January 1997.

    [9] R. Billi, L. F. Lamel, “ RailTel: Railway Telephone Services,” Speech Communication, 23(1-2):63-65 October 1997.

    [10] L. Lamel, S. K. Bennacef, S. Rosset, L. Devillers, S. Foukia, J.J. Gangolf, J.L. Gauvain, “ The LIMSI RailTelSystem: Field Trials of a Telephone Service for Rail Travel Information,” Speech Communication, 23(1-2):67-82,October 1997. Invited publication).

    [11] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Pronunciation Variants Across Systems, Languages and Speaking Style,” Speech Com-munication, “Special Issue on Pronunciation Variation Modeling”, 29(2-4):83-98, November 1999. (Invited publica-tion).

    [12] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “Transcribing broadcast news for audio and video indexing” Communications ofthe ACM, 43(2):64-70, February 2000. (Invited publication).

    [13] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speaker Verification over the Telephone,” Speech Communication, 31(2-3):141-154, June2000. (Invited publication).

    [14] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, J.L. Gauvain, S. Bennacef, M. Garnier-Rizet, B. Prouts “The LIMSI ARISE System,” SpeechCommunication, 31(4):339-354, August 2000.

    [15] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel “Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition: Advances and Applications,” Proceed-ings of the IEEE, 88(8):1181-1200, August 2000. (Invited publication).

    [16] L. Lamel, W. Minker, P. Paroubek, “Towards Best Practice in the Development and Evaluation of Speech Recogni-tion Components of a Spoken Language Dialogue System,” Natural Language Engineering dans “special issue onBest Practice in Spoken Language Dialogue Systems Engineering,” 6(3-4):305-322, October 2000.

    [17] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “Audio Partitioning and Transcription for Broadcast Data Indexation,” Journal onMultimedia Tools and Applications, 14(2):187-200, June 2001.

    [18] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Lightly Supervised and Unsupervised Acoustic Model Training Computer,Speech and Language, 16(1):115-229, January 2002.

    [19] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “The LIMSI Broadcast News Transcription System” Speech Communication,37(1-2):89-108, May 2002. Speech Communication Journal best paper award 2004.

    [20] L. Lamel, S. Bennacef, J.L. Gauvain, H. Dartigues, J.N. Temem “User Evaluation of the MASK Kiosk,” SpeechCommunication, 38(1-2):131-139, September 2002.

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    [21] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Structuring Broadcast Audio for Information Access,” EURASIP journal on Applied SignalProcessing, special issue on Unstructured Information Management from Multimedia Data Sources, 2003(2):140-150; February 2003. (Invited publication).

    [22] F. Lefevre, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Genericity and Portability for Task-Independent Speech Recognition,” Com-puter, Speech and Language, 19:345-363, July 2005.

    [23] M. Adda-Decker, P. Boula de Mareuil, G. Adda, L. Lamel, “Investigating syllabic structure and its variation inspeech from French radio interviews,” Speech Communication, 46(2):119-139, June 2005.

    [24] J. Goldman, S. Renals, S. Bird, F. de Jong, M. Federico, C. Fleischhauer, M. Kornbluh, L. Lamel, D. W. Oard,F. Sebastiani, C. Stewart, R. Wright, “Spoken Word Audio Collections,” International Journal of Digital libraries,5(4):287-298, August 2005.

    [25] L. Devillers, L. Vidrascu, L. Lamel, “Challenges in real-life emotion annotation and machine learning based detec-tion,” Journal Neural Networks, 18(4):407-422, May 2005.

    [26] J.-L. Gauvain, G. Adda, L. Lamel, F. Lefèvre et H. Schwenk, “Transcription de la parole conversationnelle,” TAL,353, 2005.

    [27] S. Matsoukas, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, T. Colthurst, C.L. Kao, O. Kimball, L. Lamel, F. Lefevre, J. Ma, J. Makhoul,L. Nguyen, R. Prasad, R. Schwartz, H. Schwenk, B. Xiang, “Advances in Transcription of Broadcast News andConversational Telephone Speech within the Combined EARS BBN/LIMSI System,” IEEE Trans. on Audio, Speechand Language Processing, 2006.

    [28] S. Rosset, D. Tribout, L Lamel, “Multi-level Information and Automatic dialog Act Detection in Human-HumanSpoken Dialogs,” Speech Communication, 50(1):1-13, January 2008.

    [29] T. Pellegrini, L. Lamel, “Automatic Word Decompounding for ASR in a Morphologically Rich Language: Applica-tion to Amharic,” IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 17(10):863-873, July 2009.

    [30] L Lamel, A. Messaoudi, J.L. Gauvain, “Automatic Speech-to-Text Transcription in Arabic” publication in SpecialIssue on Arabic Natural Language Processing in the ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing,8(4):1-18, December 2009.

    [31] M. Adda-Decker, C. Fougeron, C. Gendrot, L. Lamel and E. Delais-Roussarie. La liaison dans la parole spontanéefamilière : une étude sur grand corpus (French liaison in casually spoken French, as investigated in a large corpus ofcasual French speech). In Revue Française de Linguistique Appliquée (RFLA), Vol. XVII, 2012-1 issue on Langueparlée : norme et variations (Oral language: norm and variations), XVII-1, pp.113-128.

    [32] A. Rialland, G.M. Embanga Aborobongui, M. Adda-Decker and L. Lamel, “Dropping of the Class-Prefix Consonant,Vowel Elision and Automatic Phonological Mining in Embosi (Bantu C 25),” Selected Proceedings of the 44thAnnual Conference on African Linguistics, Ruth Kramer, Elizabeth C. Zsiga, and One Tlale Boyer, (eds) CascadillaPress, Jan 2015.

    [33] I. Vasilescu, C. Dutrey, L. Lamel, “Large Scale Data Based Linguistic Investigations Using Speech TechnologyTools: the Case of Romanian,” in the Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Speech Technology and Human-Computer Dialogue SpeD 2015, Bucharest, October 14-17, 2015, 6 p., ISBN: 978-1-4673-7560-3, IEEE CatalogNumber CFP1555H-ART.

    [34] R. Lileikyte, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain. A. Gorin, “Conversational telephone speech recognition for Lithuanian, specialissue Computer Speech and Language, 4971-82, 2018. DOI : 10.1016/j.csl.2017.11.005.

    [35] I. Vasilescu, I. Chitoran, B. Vieru, M. Adda-Decker, M. Candea, L. Lamel, I. Niculescu, “Studying variation inRomanian: deletion of the definite article -l in continuous speech,” Linguistics Vanguard. Volume 5, Issue 1, 2019.https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2017-0046

    [36] Y. Wu, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Schwa deletion in word-initial syllables of polysyllabic words: Investigationsusing large French speech corpora,” Journal of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech, (accepted for publication).

    [37] I. Vasilescu, Y. Wu, A. Jateau, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel , “Alternances de voisement et processus de lénition et defortition : une étude automatisée de grands corpus en cinq langues romanes,” Revue TAL, 61(1) (sciencesconf.org:tal-61-1:328185) (accepted for publication).

    [38] M. Hutin, A. Jateau, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, Y. Wu, M. Adda-Decker, “Word-final schwa in Standard French”Linguistics Vanguard. (under final revision).

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    Proceedings & Special Issues

    [39] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel (eds.) Proc. ISCA ITRW Automatic Speech Recognition: Challenges for the new Millennium,ASR’2000, September 18-20, Paris, France.

    [40] J.L. Gauvain, R. Demori, L. Lamel, eds., “Special issue on Advances in Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition,”Computer, Speech and Language, 16(1), January 2002.

    [41] D. Pallett, L. Lamel, (eds.), “Special issue on Automatic Transcription of Broadcast News Data, Speech Communi-cation, 37(1-2), May 2002.

    [42] F. Bimbot, C. Cerisara, C. Fougeron, G. Gravier, L. Lamel, F. Pellegrino, P. Perrier Proceedings of the 14th An-nual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech), 25-29 August 2013, Lyon(France).

    Book Chapters

    Note: Included here are only real book chapters that were written as such. Revised conference papers that were published in book seriesare listed separately.

    [43] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, J. Mariani, “Recent Progress in Speech-to-Text Conversionat LIMSI,” chapter in Esprit Speech Project Workshop book, Springer Verlag, 1994.

    [44] L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, “Reconnaissance Multilingue de Grands Vocabulaires,” pp. 299-309. In Fondements et Perspectives en Traitement Automatique de la Parole, Paris:Aupelf-Uref, H. Meloni, ed., 1996.(après les actes École Thématique, Fondements et Perspectives en Traitement Automatique de la Parole, GDR-PRCCommunication Homme-Machine, Marseille-Luminy, juillet 1995.)

    [45] F. Neel, G. Chollet, L. Lamel, W. Minker, A. Constantinescu, “Reconnaissance et compréhension de la parole :évaluation et applications,” pp. 331-367. In Fondements et Perspectives en Traitement Automatique de la Parole,Paris:Aupelf-Uref, H. Meloni, ed., 1996. (après les actes École Thématique, Fondements et Perspectives en Traite-ment Automatique de la Parole, GDR-PRC Communication Homme-Machine, Marseille-Luminy, juillet 1995.)

    [46] J.L. Gauvain, S. K. Bennacef, L. Devillers, L. F. Lamel, S. Rosset, “The Spoken Language Component of the MaskKiosk,” dans Human Comfort and Security of Information Systems, Advanced Interfaces for the Information Society,K.C. Varghese et S. Pfleger, eds., Springer Verlag, pp. 93-103, 1997.

    [47] L. Lamel, R. Cole, “Spoken Language Corpora,” Chapter 12.3 in Survey on the State of the Art in Speech and NaturalLanguage Processing, pp. 388-391, LRE 61101 and NSF IRI 9401658, 1997.

    [48] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “The use of lexica in automatic speech recognition,” Chapter in Lexicon Developmentfor Speech and Language Processing, F. Van Eynde and D. Gibbon, eds., The Netherlands: Kluwer, pp. 235-266,2000.

    [49] G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Le système de dictée du LIMSI pour l’évaluation AU-PELF’97”, pp. 337-349. in Ressources et Evaluation en Ingénierie de la Langue, collection "Universités Franco-phones,” série "Actualité Scientifique", K. Chibout, J.J. Mariani, N. Masson, F. Néel, eds., Aupelf-Uref, 2000.

    [50] G. Adda, M. de Calmès, L. Lamel, G. Pérennou, M. Rajman, S. Rosset, J. Zeiliger, “Ressources pour l’apprentissage,le développement et l’évaluation des systèmes de dictée vocale en français : corpus de texte, de parole et lexical,”pp. 365-376. in Ressources et Evaluation en Ingénierie de la Langue, collection "Universités Francophones,” série"Actualité Scientifique", K. Chibout, J.J. Mariani, N. Masson, F. Néel, eds., Aupelf-Uref, 2000.

    [51] S. Rosset, L. Lamel, S. Bennacef, L. Devillers, J.L. Gauvain, “Corpus oral de renseignements touristiques”, pp. 483-489. in Ressources et Evaluation en Ingénierie de la Langue, collection "Universités Francophones,” série "ActualitéScientifique", K. Chibout, J.J. Mariani, N. Masson, F. Néel, eds., Aupelf-Uref, 2000.

    [52] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Systèmes de reconnaissance, de compréhension et de dialogue,” Chapter 2 in Reconnas-sance de la parole Traitement automatique du langage parlé 2, Paris : Hermes Lavoisier, pp. 47-83, 2002.

    [53] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Speech recognition systems,” J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel chapter 7, published in a versiontranslated to English Spoken Language Processing of[52] , edited by Joseph Mariani, iSTE Wiley, Dec. 2008.

    [54] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speech Recognition,” Chapter 16 in OUP Handbook on Computational Linguistics,R. Mitkov, ed., pp. 305-322, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

    [55] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition Based on Statistical Methods,” Chapter 5 inPattern Recognition in Speech and Language Processing, W. Chou et F. Juang, eds., pp. 149-189, Boca Raton: CRCPress, 2003.

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    [56] M. Adda-Decker, L. F. Lamel, “ Dictionaries for Multilingual Speech Processing,” Chapter 5 in Multilingual SpeechProcessing, Katrin Kirchhoff and Tanja Schultz, Elsevier, 2006.

    [57] G Potamianos, L. Lamel, M. Wölfel, J. Huang, E. Marcheret, C. Barras, X. Zhu, J. McDonough, J. Hernando, D.Macho, C. Nadeu, “Automatic Speech Recognition,” Part II, Chaper 6 in Computers in the Human Interaction Loop,Waibel & Stiefelhagen (Eds), pp. 43-59, 2009.

    [58] A. Waibel, R. Stiefelhagen, R. Carlson, J. Casas, J. Kleindienst, L. Lamel, O. Lanz, D. Mostefa, M. Omologo, F.Pianesi, L. Polymenakos, G. Potamianos, J. Soldatos, G. Sutschet, J. Terken, “Computers in the Human Interac-tion Loop,” Chapter 20, pp. 1071-1116 in Springer , Handbook on Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments,Springer, 2010.

    [59] P. Fousek, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, Combining MLP and PLP Features for Speech Transcription, chapter in Hand-book of Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation: DARPA Global Autonomous Language ExploitationJoseph Olive, Caitlin Christianson, John McCary (Eds), Springer, March 2011 ISBN-10: 1441977120 | ISBN-13:978-1441977120.

    [60] L. Lamel, A. Messaoudi, J.L. Gauvain, Explicit and Implicit Modeling of Short Vowels for Arabic STT , chapterin Handbook of Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation: DARPA Global Autonomous LanguageExploitation Joseph Olive, Caitlin Christianson, John McCary (Eds), Springer, March 2011 ISBN-10: 1441977120 |ISBN-13: 978-1441977120

    [61] S. Matsoukas, B. Zhang, J. Ma, T. Ng, L. Nguyen F. Diehl, M. J. F. Gales, X. A. Liu, J. Park, M. Tomalin, P.C. Woodland P. Fousek, J. L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, J. Luo, A. Messaoudi, Optimizing STT system combination forMT, chapter in Handbook of Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation: DARPA Global AutonomousLanguage Exploitation Joseph Olive, Caitlin Christianson, John McCary (Eds), Springer, March 2011 ISBN-10:1441977120 | ISBN-13: 978-1441977120.

    [62] S. Rosset, O. Galibert and L. Lamel. Spoken Question Answering, chapter 6 in Spoken Language Understanding:Systems for Extracting Semantic Information from Speech. Gokhan Tur, Renato De Mori (eds) ISBN: 978-0-470-68824-3 March 2011

    [63] O. Galibert, S. Rosset and L. Lamel. Questions-réponses sur des documents audio. chapter in "Recherched’information et Web" edited by Patrice Bellot Broché: 1 septembre 2011 Editeur : Hermes Science PublicationsCollection : Recherche d’information et web ISBN : 978-2-7462-2583-1 EAN : 9782746225831

    [64] M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda and L. Lamel, Les systemes de transcription automatique de la parole comme instrumentsde mesure de grands corpus oraux, Chapter in Méthodes et outils pour l’analyse phonétique des grands corpus oraux,Nguyen, Adda-Decker N. (eds), Hermes/Lavoisier, Cognition et Traitement de l’Information, pp.159-202, 2013,DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199573691.013.37

    [65] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speech Recognition,” Chapter 37 in OUP Handbook on Computational Lin-guistics, second edition R. Mitkov, ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, April Dec 2015. DOI: 10.1093/ox-fordhb/9780199573691.001.0001

    [66] M. Adda-Decker and L. Lamel, “Discovering speech reductions across speaking styles and languages,” chapter inRethinking Reduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on conditions, mechanisms, and domains for phonetic varia-tion, Cangemi, F., Clayards M., Niebuhr O., Schuppler B., & Zellers M., eds.. Phonology and Phonetics. 25, DeGruyter Mouton, Berlin, 2018.

    [67] I. Chitoran, I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, L. Lamel, “Connected speech in Romanian: Exploring sound change through anASR system,” Chapter in D. Recasens & F Sánchez Miret (eds.), Production and Perception Mechanisms of SoundChange, Munich, Lincom Europa, 2018.

    [68] M. Candea, J. Wottowa, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “ «Merci-chh, entendu-chh » : variation phonétique ancienneou émergence d’un marqueur en voie de stabilisation ?”, Le français innovant F. Diémoz, G. Dostie, P. Habermann, F.Lefeuvre, eds. Le Français innovant, 130, pp. 291-308, 2020, Sciences pour la Communication, 978-3-0343-4143-1.hal- 02505343?.

    [69] P. Boula de Mareüil, G. Adda, L. Lamel, “Comparaison dialectométriques de parlers du Croissant avec d’autres par-lers d’oc et d’oïl,” L. Esher, M. Guérin, N. Quint. M. Russo (eds), Le Croissant Linguistique : nouvelles perspectivesaux confins oc/oïl, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2020. (to appear)

    Revised Conference Proceedings Published in Book Series

    [70] L. Lamel, E. Bilinski, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, H. Schwenk, “The LIMSI RT06s Lecture Transcription System,” Proc.3rd Joint Workshop on Multimodal Interaction and Related Machine Learning Algorithms (MLMI’06), S. Renals, S.Bengio & J. Fiscus Ed., Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4299.

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    [71] X. Zhu, C. Barras, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speaker Diarization: from Broadcast News to Lectures,” CLEAR’06Evaluation Campaign and Workshop - Classification of Events, Activities and Relationships, R. Stiefelhagen Ed., inSpringer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4299.

    [72] L. Lamel, E. Bilinski, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, C. Barras, X. Zhu, “The LIMSI RT07 Lecture Transcription System,”Chapter 43 in Multimodal Technologies for Perception of Humans International Evaluation Workshops CLEAR 2007and RT 2007, Baltimore, MD, USA, May 8-11, 2007, Stiefelhagen, Rainer; Bowers, Rachel; Fiscus, Jonathan (Eds.)Springer Verlag. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Subseries: Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recog-nition, and Graphics, Vol. 4625.

    [73] X. Zhu, C. Barras, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Multi-Stage Speaker Diarization for Conference and Lecture Meetings,”Chapter 16 in Multimodal Technologies for Perception of Humans International Evaluation Workshops CLEAR 2007and RT 2007, Baltimore, MD, USA, May 8-11, 2007, Stiefelhagen, Rainer; Bowers, Rachel; Fiscus, Jonathan (Eds.)Springer Verlag. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Subseries: Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recog-nition, and Graphics, Vol. 4625.

    [74] C. Barras, X. Zhu, C.C. Leung, J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “The CLEAR’07 LIMSI System for Acoustic SpeakerIdentification in Seminars”, Chapter 3 in Multimodal Technologies for Perception of Humans International EvaluationWorkshops CLEAR 2007 and RT 2007, Baltimore, MD, USA, May 8-11, 2007, Stiefelhagen, Rainer; Bowers,Rachel; Fiscus, Jonathan (Eds.) Springer Verlag. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Subseries: Image Processing,Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics, Vol. 4625.

    [75] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain. “Speech Processing for Audio Indexing,” in Proceedings of the 6th International Conferenceon Natural Language Processing, GoTAL 2008 - Advances in Natural Language Processing, number 5221/2008 inLecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 4-15. Springer Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 2008. (invited).

    [76] J. Turmo, P.R. Comas, S. Rosset, L. Lamel, N. Moreau, D. Mostefa. “Overview of QAST 2008,” In Lecture Notes inComputer Science: Evaluating Systems for Multilingual and Multimodal Information Access. 9th Workshop of theCross-Language Evaluation Forum, CLEF 2008. Revised Selected Papers. C. Peters et al. (Eds). LNCS 5706/2009.pp 314-324. 2009.

    [77] I. Oparin, L. Lamel, and J-L Gauvain. Large-Scale Language Modeling with Random Forests for Mandarin ChineseSpeech-to-Text. Advances in Natural Language Processing, 7th International Conference on NLP, IceTAL 2010, Vol.6233 Loftsson, Hrafn; Rögnvaldsson, Eirikur; Helgadottir, Sigrun (Eds.) 2010

    [78] P. Karanasou and L. Lamel. Comparing SMT Methods for automatic generation of pronunciation variants. Advancesin Natural Language Processing, 7th International Conference on NLP, IceTAL 2010, Vol. 6233 Loftsson, Hrafn;Rögnvaldsson, Eirikur; Helgadottir, Sigrun (Eds.) 2010

    [79] J. Despres, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, B. Vieru, C. Woehrling, V.B. Le, and I. Oparin. The Vocapia Research ASRSystems for Evalita 2011, proceedings of EVALITA 2011, Rome, Italy, Springer the Lecture Notes in ArtificialIntelligence, vol 7689, pp 286-294, 2013.

    [80] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, and G. Adda. A first LVCSR system for Luxembourgish, an under-resourced Europeanlanguage, Revised selected papers for Post LTC 2011-LNAI publication. Human Language Technology Challengesfor Computer Science and Linguistics. Springer LNCS, Volume 8387 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Sci-ence pp 479-490, July 2014.

    Thèses

    [81] L. F. Lamel, Methods of Endpoint Detection for Isolated Word Recognition, S.M. Thesis, Massachsetts Institute ofTechnology, May 1980.

    [82] L. F. Lamel, Formalizing Knowledge used in Spectrogram Reading: Acoustic and perceptual evidence from stops,PhD Thesis, Massachsetts Institute of Technology, May 1988.

    [83] L. F. Lamel, Traitement de la parole, Présentation de travaux en vue d’obtenir l’Habilitation à diriger desRecherches, June 2003 (soutenu 23 January 2004).

    Invited talks/Keynotes at international conferences (generally with reviewed proceed-ings)

    [84] L. F. Lamel, “Some Perspectives on Speech Database Development,” Proc. ESCA Workshop on Speech I/O Assess-ment and Speech Databases, Pays Bas, September 1989.

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    [85] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Continuous Speech Recognition at LIMSI,” Final review of the DARPA Artificial NeuralNetwork Technology (ANNT) Speech Program, pp. 77-82, Stanford, CA, September 1992.

    [86] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “The LIMSI WSJ System: Nov 92 evaluation,” Proc. DARPA Speech and Natural Lan-guage Workshop, Cambridge, MA, January 20-22 1993.

    [87] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Identifying Non-Linguistic Speech Features,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’93, 1:23-30,Berlin, Germany, September 1993. (keynote).

    [88] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “The LIMSI Nov93 WSJ System”, Proc. ARPA WorkshopSpoken Language Technology, pp. 125-128, Plainsboro, NJ, March 1994.

    [89] H.J.M. Steeneken, L. F. Lamel, “SQALE: Speech Recognizer Quality Assessment for Linguistic Engineering,” Proc.ARPA Workshop Spoken Language Technology, pp. 145-147, Plainsboro, NJ, March 1994. (Presented by H.J.M.Steeneken).

    [90] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Continuous Speech Dictation at LIMSI” Proc. of the CRIM/FORWISSWorkshop on Progress and Prospects of Speech Research and Technology, Munich, Germany, September 1994 (Pre-sented by J.L. Gauvain).

    [91] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “ The LIMSI Nov94 WSJ System,” Proc. ARPA Workshop Spoken Lan-guage Technology, pp. 131-138, Austin, TX, January 1995.

    [92] J.L. Gauvain, S. Bennacef, L. Devillers, L. F. Lamel, S. Rosset, “The Spoken Language Component of the MaskKiosk,” presenté au Human Comfort & Security Workshop, Bruxelles, Belgique, October 26, 1995 (invited, presentedby L. Lamel).

    [93] L. Lamel, R. Demori, “Speech Recognition of European Languages,” Proc. IEEE Automatic Speech RecognitionWorkshop - ASRU’95, pp. 51-54, Snowbird, UT, December 1995.

    [94] K. Choukri, S. Itahashi, L. Lamel, M. Liberman, “Multi-Lingual Spoken Language Resources,” Proc. IEEE Auto-matic Speech Recognition Workshop, pp. 48-50, Snowbird, UT, December 1995. (Presented by K. Choukri).

    [95] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, D. Matrouf, “The LIMSI 1995 Hub3 System,” Proc. ARPA Spoken LanguageTechnology Workshop, pp. 18-21, Arden House, Harriman, NY, février 1996.

    [96] L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Spoken Language Processing in a Multilingual Context,” Proc.ICSLP’96, 4:2203-2206, Philadelphia, PA, 3-6 October 1996.

    [97] M. Adda-Decker, L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Activities in Multilingual Speech Recognition at LIMSI”Proc. CRIM/FORWISS Workshop on Progress and Prospects of Speech Research and Technology, Montreal, Canada,October 1996. (Presented by M. Adda-Decker).

    [98] J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Transcribing broadcast news: The LIMSI Nov96 Hub4 system,”Proc. ARPA Spoken Language Technology Workshop, pp. 56-63, Chantilly, VA, February 1997.

    [99] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “The LIMSI 1997 Hub-4E Transcription System,” DARPA Broadcast News Tran-scription and Understanding Workshop, pp. 247-253, Landsdowne, VA, February 1998.

    [100] J.J. Mariani, L. Lamel, “An Overview of EU Programs Related to Conversational/Interactive Systems,” DARPABroadcast News Transcription and Understanding Workshop, pp. 75-79, Landsdowne, VA, February 1998.

    [101] L. Lamel, “On the Role of Evaluation in Spoken Language System Development,” 1st International Conference onLanguage Resources and Evaluation, Grenada, Spain, May 1998. (invited keynote).

    [102] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Recent activities in spoken language processing at LIMSI,” Proc. of the 135th ASA andthe 16th ICA, 1, pp. 603–604, Seattle, WA, June 1998. (aussi Proc. 135th ASA and 16th ICA, 103(5, Pt. 2), 2816).(Presented par J.L. Gauvain).

    [103] L. Lamel, “Spoken Language Dialog System Development and Evaluation at LIMSI,” Proc. 1998 InternationalSymposium on Spoken Dialogue, pp. 8-15, Sydney, Australia, November 30, 1998.

    [104] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Jardino, “The LIMSI 1998 HUB-4E Transcription System,” Proc. DARPABroadcast News Workshop, Dulles, VA, pp. 99-104, February 1999.

    [105] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “The LIMSI Broadcast News Transcription Sys-tem,” Proc. DARPA Speech Transcription workshop, College Park, MD, May 2000.(http://www.nist.gov/speech/publications/tw00/html/abstract.htm#bn-50)

    [106] J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, C. Barras, L. Chen, M. Jardino, L. Lamel, H. Schwenk“An Overview ofSpeech Recognition Activities at LIMSI” Séminaire franco-chinois sur le traitement de la parole et des langues, pp.71-77, Beijing, China, 16 October 2000. (Presented J.L. Gauvain).

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    [107] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, C. Barras, L. Chen, Y. de Kercadio, “Processing BroadcastAudio for Information Access,”Proc. ACL 39th annual meeting, pp. 2-9, Toulouse, France, July 2001. (Presented byJ.L. Gauvain).

    [108] L. Lamel, “Spoken Language Processing for Human-Machine Communication,” Göteborg, Suede, 13 September2001. (invited).

    [109] L. Lamel, “Some Issues in Speech Recognizer Portability,” ISCA SALTMIL SIG workshop at LREC’02 on PortabilityIssues in Human Language Technologies, Canary Islands, Spain, 1 June 2002. (invited).

    [110] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “ Automatic Processing of Broadcast Audio in Multiple Languages,”Proc. Eusipco02,Toulouse, France, September 2002. (invited).

    [111] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, L. Canseco, L. Chen, O. Galibert, A. Messaoudi and H.Schwenk, Speech Transcription in Multiple Languages, Proc. IEEE ICASSP’04, III:757–760, 2004. (invited).

    [112] R. Schwartz, T. Colthurst, N. Duta, H. Gish, R. Iyer, C.-L. Kai, D. Liu, O. Kimball, J. Ma, J. Makhoul, S. Matsoukas,L. Nguyen, M. Noamany, R. Prasad, B. Xiang, D-X. Xu, J.-L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, H. Schwenk, G. Adda et L.Chen, “Speech Recognition in Multiple Languages and Domains: the 2003 BBN/LIMSI EARS System,” Proc. IEEEICASSP’04, III:753–756, 2004. (invited, presented by R. Schwartz)

    [113] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Alternate phone models for CTS,” Proc. DARPA RT04 workshop, Palisades, NY, November7-10, 2004. (invited).

    [114] L. Canseco-Rodriguez, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Towards using STT for Broadcast News Speaker Diarization,”Proc. DARPA RT04 workshop, Palisades, NY, November 7-10, 2004. (invited).

    [115] A. Messaoudi, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “The LIMSI RT04 BN Arabic system,” Proc. DARPA RT04 workshop,Palisades, NY, November 7-10, 2004. (invited, presented by J.L. Gauvain)

    [116] L. Nguyen, S. Abdou, M. Afify, J. Makhoul, S. Matsoukas, R. Schwartz, B. Xiang, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G.Adda, H. Schwenk, F. Lefevre, “The 2004 BBN/LIMSI 10xRT English Broadcast News Transcription System,”Proc. DARPA RT04 workshop, Palisades, NY, November 7-10, 2004. (presented by L. Nguyen and L. Lamel)

    [117] R. Prasad, S. Matsoukas, C.-L. Kao, J. Ma, D.-X. Xu, T. Colthurst, G. Thattai, O. Kimball, R. Schwartz, J.L.Gauvain, L. Lamel, H. Schwenk, G. Adda, F. Lefevre, “The 2004 BBN/LIMSI 20xRT English ConversationalTelephone Speech System,” Proc. DARPA RT04 workshop, Palisades, NY, November 7-10, 2004. (invited, presentedby J.L. Gauvain and R. Prasad)

    [118] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain “Speech Processing for Audio Indexing,” Proc. GoTal 2008, Goteborg, August 2008. (invitedtalk). Also published in Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Natural Language Processing, GoTAL2008 - Advances in Natural Language Processing, number 5221/2008 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages4-15. Springer Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 2008.)

    [119] L. Lamel, “Some Open Challenges for Spoken Language Processing,” Invited keynote talk at Chist-era, Cork Sept6, 2011 http://conference2011.chistera.eu/communications.

    [120] L. Lamel, S. Courcinous, J. Despres, J.L. Gauvain, Y. Josse, K. Kilgour, F. Kraft, V.B. Le, H. Ney, M. Nußbaum-Thom, I. Oparin, T. Schlippe, R. Schlüter, T. Schultz, T. Fraga da Silva, S. Stüker, M. Sundermeyer, B. Vieru, N.T.Vu, A. Waibel, C. Woehrling “Speech Recognition for Machine Translation in Quaero,” invited talk IWSLT, SanFrancisco, Dec 8, 2011. https://www.isca-speech.org/archive/iwslt_11/sltb_121.html

    [121] L. Lamel, Multilingual Speech Processing Activities in Quaero: application to multimedia search in unstructureddata, The Fifth International Conference: Human Language Technologies - The Baltic Perspective, pages 1-8, Tartu,Estonia, October 4-5 2012 (Invited keynote). http://www.cl.ut.ee/HLT2012/

    [122] L. Lamel, Unsupervised Acoustic Model Training with Limited Linguistic Resources, IEEE Automatic SpeechRecognition and Understanding Workshop (ASRU 2013), December 8-12, 2013 | Olomouc, Czech Republic, InvitedKeynote speech. http://www.superlectures.com/asru2013

    [123] L. Lamel, Language Diversity: Speech Processing In A Multi-Lingual Context, ISCA Interspeech, September 16,2014, Singapore. (Invited keynote). http://www.interspeech2014.org/public.php?page=home.html

    [124] L. Lamel, Speech processing technologies for OSINT and COMINT, invited talk at LT-Innovate: Language Tech-nology Industry Summit, Bruseels, October 11, 2017.

    [125] L. Lamel, Speech technologies as an aide for large-scale linguistic exploration, 13th International Conference onthe Computational Processing of Portuguese, (PROPOR), September 24-26, 2018, Canela, Brazil. (Invited talk).http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/propor-2018/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/talk.pdf

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    [126] J. Despres, J. Gauvain, V.B. Le, I. Swiecicki, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, Airbus Air Traffic Control SpeechRecognition Challenge Toulouse, October 4, 2018. (invited talk). https://www.irit.fr/recherches/SAMOVA/assets/files/Seminaires/AIRBUS\_ATC\_Challenge\_2018/Presentations/1-LIMSI-VOCAPIA.pdf

    [127] L. Lamel, Linguistic exploration via speech processing technologies, International Symposium on Chinese Spo-ken Language Processing (ISCSLP), Taipei, Taiwan, November 2018. (Invited keynote). http://iscslp2018.org/images/keynote1.pdf

    International conferences with reviewed proceedings

    [128] L. F. Lamel, V. W. Zue, “Performance Improvement in a Dynamic-Programming-Based Isolated Word RecognitionSystem for the Alpha-digit Task,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’82, pp. 558-561, Paris, France, May 1982.

    [129] L. F. Lamel, V. W. Zue, “Properties of Consonant Sequences within Words and Across Word Boundaries,” Proc.IEEE ICASSP’84, pp. 42.3.1-4, San Diego, CA, 1984.

    [130] V. W. Zue, L. F. Lamel, “An Expert Spectrogram Reader: A Knowledge-Based Approach to Speech Recognition,”Proc. IEEE ICASSP’86, , pp. 23.2.1-4, Tokyo, Japan, 1986.

    [131] L. F. Lamel, “A Knowledge-Based System for Stop Consonant Identification,” Proc. IEEE ICSC’88, Hong Kong,December 1988.

    [132] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, M. Eskénazi, “Design Considerations and Text Selection for BREF, a large Frenchread-speech corpus” Proc. ICSLP’90, 2:1097-2000, Kobe, Japan, November 1990.

    [133] J. Baker, J. Baker, P. Bamberg, L. Gillick, L. Lamel, R. Roth, F. Scattone, D. Sturtevant, O. Ba, R. Benedict,“Dragon Systems Resource Management Benchmark Results — February 1991,” Proc. DARPA Workshop on Speechand Natural Language, Asilomar, CA, 1991.

    [134] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, M. Eskénazi, “BREF, a large vocabulary spoken corpus for French” Proc. ESCA Eu-roSpeech’91, 2:505-508, Genoa, Italie, September 1991.

    [135] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Speaker-Independent Phone Recognition Using BREF,” Proc. DARPA Speech and Nat-ural Language Workshop, Arden House, NY, février 1992.

    [136] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Experiments on Speaker-Independent Phone Recognition Using BREF,” Proc. IEEEICASSP’92, I:557-560, San Francisco, CA, March 1992.

    [137] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, “Identification of Non-Linguistic Speech Features,” Proc. of the ARPA Workshop onHuman Language Technology, pp. 96-101, Morgan Kaufman, March 1993.

    [138] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Cross-Lingual Experiments with Phone Recognition,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’93, II:507-510, Minneapolis, MN, April 1993.

    [139] C.A. Bickley, S. Hunnicutt, L. F. Lamel, “Alternative strategies for creating AUTOCAD drawings,” Proc. ESCAWorkshop on Speech and Language Technology for Disabled Persons, pp. 103-106, Stockholm, Suede, May 1993.

    [140] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, B. Prouts, C. Bouhier, R. Boesch, “Generation and Synthesis of Broadcast Messages,”ESCA - NATO/RSG 10 ETRW on Applications of Speech Technology, pp. 207-210, Lautrach, Germany, September1993.

    [141] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “High Performance Speaker-Independent Phone Recognition Using CDHMM,” Proc.ESCA EuroSpeech’93, pp. 121-124, September 1993.

    [142] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Speaker-Independent Continuous Speech Dictation,” Proc.ESCA EuroSpeech’93, September 1993.

    [143] H. Bonneau-Maynard, J.L. Gauvain, D. Goodine, L. F. Lamel, J. Polifroni, S. Seneff, “A French Version of theMIT-ATIS System: Portability Issues,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’93, Berlin, Germany, September 1993.

    [144] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Language Identification Using Phone-based Acoustic Likelihoods,” Proc. IEEE Work-shop on Automatic Speech Recognition - ASRU’93, pp. 36-37, Snowbird, UT, December 1993.

    [145] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition in English andFrench.”, Proc. IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition - ASRU’93, pp. 50-51, Snowbird, UT, December1993.

    [146] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “The LIMSI Continuous Speech Dictation System,” Proc.ARPA Workshop Human Language Technology, pp. 319-324, March 1994.

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    [147] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “The LIMSI Continuous Speech Dictation System: Evalua-tion on the ARPA Wall Street Journal Task,” IEEE Proc. ICASSP’94, 1:557-560, Adelaide, Australie, April 1994.

    [148] L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Language Identification Using Phone-based Acoustic Likelihoods,” Proc. IEEEICASSP’94, 1:292-294, Adelaide, Australie, April 1994.

    [149] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Continuous Speech Dictation in French,” Proc. ICSLP’94,4:2127-2130, Yokohama, Japan, September 1994.

    [150] S.K. Bennacef, H. Bonneau-Maynard, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, W. Minker, “A Spoken Language System For Infor-mation Retrieval,” Proc. ICSLP’94, 3:1271-1274, Yokohama, Japan, September 1994.

    [151] L. F. Lamel, F. Schiel, A. Fourcin, J.J. Mariani, H. Tillmann, “The Translanguage English Database (TED),” Proc.ICSLP’94, 4:1795-1798, Yokohama, Japan, September 1994.

    [152] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Developments in Continuous Speech Dictation using the ARPA WSJTask,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’95, 1:65-68, Detroit, MI, May 1995.

    [153] L. Lamel, S. Bennacef, H. Bonneau-Maynard, S. Rosset, J.L. Gauvain, “Recent Developments in Spoken LanguageSytems for Information Retrieval,” Proc. ESCA Workshop on Spoken Dialog Systems, pp. 17-20, Vigsø, Danemark,printemps 1995.

    [154] D. Chan, A. Fourcin, D. Gibbon, B. Granström, M. Huckvale, G. Kokkinakis, K. Kvale, L. Lamel, B. Lindberg, A.Moreno, J. Mouropoulos, F. Senia, I. Trancoso, C. Veld, J. Zeiliger, “EUROM - a Spoken Language Resource for theEU,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’95, 1:867-870, Madrid, Spain, September 1995.

    [155] J.L. Gauvain, L. F. Lamel, B. Prouts, “Experiments with Speaker Verification over the Telephone,” Proc. ESCAEuroSpeech’95, 1:651-654, Madrid, Spain, September 1995.

    [156] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, S. Bennacef, H. Bonneau-Maynard, L. Devillers, J.L. Gauvain, “Development of SpokenLanguage Corpora for Travel Information”, Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’95, 3:1961-1964, Madrid, Spain, September1995.

    [157] L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, “Issues in Large Vocabulary, Multilingual Speech Recognition,” Proc.ESCA EuroSpeech’95, 1:185-188, Madrid, Spain, September 1995.

    [158] J.L. Gauvain, S. Bennacef, L. Devillers, L. Lamel, “Spoken Language System Development for the MASK Kiosk,”Proc. IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition Workshop - ASRU’95, pp. 119-120, Snowbird, UT, December 1995.

    [159] L. Lamel, Y. Sagisaka, “ Large Vocabulary, Multilingual Speech Recognition: Session Overview,” Proc. IEEEAutomatic Speech Recognition Workshop - ASRU’95, p. 47, Snowbird, UT, December 1995.

    [160] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, D. Matrouf, “ Developments in Continuous Speech Dictation using the 1995ARPA NAB News Task,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’96, pp. 73-76, Atlanta, GA, May 1996.

    [161] M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Developments in Large Vocabulary, Continuous Speech Recog-nition of German,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’96, Atlanta, GA, May 1996.

    [162] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, S.K. Bennacef, L. Devillers, S. Foukia, J.J. Gangolf, S. Rosset, “ Field Trials of a TelephoneService for Rail Travel Information,” Proc. IEEE IVTTA’96, pp. 111-116, Basking Ridge, NJ, October 1996.

    [163] L. F. Lamel, G. Adda, “On Designing Pronunciation Lexicons for Large Vocabulary, Continuous Speech Recogni-tion,” Proc. ICSLP’96, 1:6-9, Philadelphia, PA, October 3-6, 1996.

    [164] S. Bennacef, L. Devillers, S. Rosset, L. Lamel, “Dialog in the RailTel Telephone-Based System,” Proc. ICSLP’96,1:550-553, Philadelphie, PA, October 1996.

    [165] J.L. Gauvain, J.J. Gangolf, L. Lamel, “Speech Recognition for an Information Kiosk,” Proc. ICSLP’96, 2:849-852,Philadelphie, PA, October 3-6, 1996.

    [166] A. Life, I. Salter, J.N. Temem, F. Bernard, S. Rosset, S. Bennacef, L. Lamel, “Data Collection for the MASK Kiosk:WOz vs Prototype System,” Proc. ICSLP’96, 3:1672-1675, Philadelphie, PA, October 3-6, 1996.

    [167] P. Roach, S. Arnfield, W. Barry, J. Baltova, M. Boldea, A. Fourcin, W. Gonet, R. Gubrynowicz, E. Hallum, L.Lamel, K. Marasek, A. Marchal , E. Meister, K. Vicsi, “BABEL: An Eastern European Multi-language Database,”Proc. ICSLP’96, 3:1892-1895, Philadelphie, PA, October 1996.

    [168] J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Transcribing Broadcast News Shows”, Proc. IEEE ICASSP’97,II:715–719, Munich, Germany, April 1997.

    [169] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speaker Recognition with the Switchboard corpus,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’97, II:1067-1070,Munich, Germany, April 1997.

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    [170] G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Text normalization and speech recognition in French”, Proc.ESCA EuroSpeech’97, 5:2711-2714, Rhodes, Grèce, September 1997.

    [171] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Transcription of Broadcast News,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’97,2:907-910, Rhodes, Grèce, September 1997.

    [172] C. Corredor Ardoy, J.L. Gauvain, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Language identification with language-independentacoustic models”, Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’97, 1:5-58, Rhodes, Grèce, September 1997.

    [173] C. Corredor-Ardoy, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, “Multilingual Phone Recognition of SpontaneousTelephone Speech,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’98, I:413-416, Seattle, WA, May 1998.

    [174] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Pronunciation Variants Across Systems, Languages and Speaking Style,” ESCA Work-shop on Modeling Pronunciation Variation for Automatic Speech Recognition, pp. 1-6, Rolduc, Pays Bas, May 1998.

    [175] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Speaker Verification Over the Telephone,” Proc. de La Reconnaissance du Locuteur et sesApplications Commerciales et Criminalistiques, pp. 75-79, Avignon, France, April 1998.

    [176] L. Dybkjaer, N. O. Bernsen, R. Carlson, L. Chase, N. Dahlbäck, K. Failenschmid, U. Heid, P. Heisterkamp , A.Jönsson, H. Kamp, I. Karlsson, J. V. Kuppevelt, L. Lamel , P. Paroubek, D. Williams, “The Disc Approach to SpokenLanguage Systems Development and Evaluation”, Proc. 1st International Conference on Language Resources andEvaluation, I:185-189, Grenada, Spain, May 1998.

    [177] P. Roach, S. Arnfield, W. Barry, S. Dimitrova, M. Boldea, A. Fourcin, W. Gonet, R. Gubrynowicz, E. Hallum,L. Lamel, K. Marasek, A. Marchal, E. Meister, K. Vicsi, “Babel: A Database of Central and Eastern EuropeanLanguages,” In A. Rubio, N. Gallardo, R. Castro, A. Tejada, editors, Proc. 1st International Conference on LanguageResources and Evaluation, 1:371-374, Grenada, Spain, May 1998.

    [178] M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “On the Use of Speech & Text Corpora for Automatic SpeechRecognition in French,” Proc. 1st International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, II:783-788,Grenada, Spain, May 1998.

    [179] L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, C. Corredor-Ardoy, J.J. Gangolf, J.L. Gauvain, “A Multilingual Corpus forLanguage Identification,” Proc. 1st International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, II:1115-1122,Grenada, Spain, May 1998.

    [180] J. Shao, N.E. Tazine, L. Lamel, B. Prouts, S. Schröter, “An Open System Architecture for a Multimedia and Multi-modal User Interface,” Proc. of the 3rd TIDE Congress, Helsinki, Finland, June 23-25 1998.

    [181] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, J.L. Gauvain, S. Bennacef, M. Garnier-Rizet, B. Prouts “The LIMSI ARISE System,” Proc.IEEE IVTTA’98, pp. 209-214, Torino, Italie, September 1998.

    [182] D. Matrouf, M. Adda-Decker, L. F. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Language Identification Incorporating Lexical Informa-tion,” Proc. ICSLP’98, 2:181-184, Sydney, Australie, December 1998.

    [183] L. Lamel, S. Bennacef, J.L. Gauvain, H. Dartigues, J.N. Temem, “User Evaluation of the Mask Kiosk,” Proc.ICSLP’98, 7:2875-2878, Sydney, Australie, December 1998.

    [184] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “Partitioning and Transcription of Broadcast News Data,” Proc. ICSLP’98,5:1335-1338, Sydney, Australie, December 1998.

    [185] M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Design considerations for LVCSR in French”, Proc. IEEEICASSP’99, I:45-48, Phoenix, AZ, March 1999.

    [186] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, J.L. Gauvain, S. Bennacef, “The LIMSI Arise System for Train Travel Information,” Proc.IEEE ICASSP’99, I:501-504, Phoenix, AZ, April 1999.

    [187] M. Adda-Decker, P. Boula de Mareuil, L. Lamel, “Pronunciation variants in French: schwa & liaison”, Proc. 14thInternational Conference on Phonetic Science, ICPhS’99, August 1999.

    [188] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Jardino, “Recent advances in transcribing television and radio broadcasts,”Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’99, 2:655-658, Budapest, Hongrie, September 1999.

    [189] D. Matrouf, M. Adda-Decker, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Comparing different model configurations for languageidentification using a phonotactic approach,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’99, 1:387-390, Budapest, Hongrie, September1999.

    [190] S. Rosset, S. Bennacef and L. Lamel, “Design strategies for spoken language dialog systems”, Proc. ESCA Eu-roSpeech’99, 4:1535-1538, Budapest, Hongrie, September 1999.

    [191] E. den Os, L. Boves, L. Lamel, P. Baggia. “Overview of the Arise project,” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’99, 4:1527-1530, Budapest, Hongrie, September 1999.

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    [192] J.N. Temem, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “The MASK demonstrator: An emerging technology for user-friendly passen-gers kiosk,” Proc. World Congress on Railway Research, Tokyo, Japan, October 1999.

    [193] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “Audio partitioning and transcription for broadcast data indexation,” Proc.CBMI’99, Toulouse, France, October 1999.

    [194] J.L. Gauvain, Y. Kercadio, L. Lamel, G. Adda “The LIMSI SDR system for TREC-8,” Proc. of the Text RetrievalConference, TREC-8, Gaithersburg, MD, November 1999.

    [195] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Modeling Reduced Pronunciations in German,” Proc. Workshop on Phonetics andPhonology in ASR, Saarbrücken, Germany, March 2000.

    [196] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, Y. Kercadio, G. Adda, “Transcription and Indexation of Broadcast Data, Proc. IEEEICASSP’00, III:1663-1666, Istanbul, Turkey, June 2000.

    [197] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Lightly Supervised Acoustic Model Training,” Proc. ISCA ITRW ASR’2000, pp.150-154, Paris, France, September 2000.

    [198] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Fast Decoding for Indexation of Broadcast Data,” Proc. ICSLP’2000, IV:794-798, Beijing,China, October 2000.

    [199] L. Chen, L. Lamel, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, “Broadcast News Transcription in Mandarin,” Proc. ICSLP’2000,II:1015-1018, Beijing, China, October 2000.

    [200] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, J.L. Gauvain, “Considerations in the Design and Evaluation of Spoken Language DialogSystems,” Proc. ICSLP’2000, IV:5-8, Beijing, China, October 2000.

    [201] M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, L. Lamel, “Investigating text normalization and pronunciation variants for Germanbroadcast transcription,” Proc. ICSLP’2000, I:266-269, Beijing, China, October 2000.

    [202] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, C. Barras, G. Adda, Y. Kercadio, “The LIMSI SDR system for TREC-9,” Proc. of the TextRetrieval Conference, TREC-9, Gaithersburg, MD, November 2000.

    [203] L. Lamel, F. Lefevre, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Portability Issues for Speech Recognition Technologies,” Proc. ofProceedings of the First International Conference on Human Language Technology Research (HLT 2001), pp. 9-16,San Diego, March 2001. (One of three oral presentations at the conference)

    [204] C. Barras, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Automatic Transcription of Compressed Broadcast Audio,” Proc. IEEEICASSP’01, I:265-268, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2001.

    [205] F. Lefevre, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Towards Task-Independent Speech Recognition,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’01,I:521-524, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2001.

    [206] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Investigating Lightly Supervised Acoustic Model Training,” Proc. IEEEICASSP’01, I:477-480, Salt Lake City, UT, May 2001.

    [207] F. Lefevre, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Genericity and Adaptability Issues for Task-Independent Speech Recognition,”Proc. ISCA ITRW 2001 Adaptation Methods for Speech Recognition, pp. 199-202, Sophia-Antipolis, August 2001.

    [208] F. Lefevre, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Improving Genericity for Task-Independent Speech Recognition,” Proc. ESCAEuroSpeech’01, 2:1241-1244, Aalborg, Danemark, September 2001.

    [209] L. Chen, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Language Model Adaptation for Broadcast NewsTranscription,” Proc. ISCA ITRW 2001 Adaptation Methods for Speech Recognition, pp. 195-198, Sophia-Antipolis,August 2001.

    [210] L. Chen, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, “Using Information Retrieval Methods for LanguageModel Adaptation.” Proc. ESCA EuroSpeech’01, 1:255-258, Aalborg, Danemark, September 2001.

    [211] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, “Unsupervised Acoustic Model Training,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’02, I:877-880,Orlando, FL, May 2002.

    [212] C. Barras, A. Allauzen, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Transcribing Audio-Video Archives,”Proc. IEEE ICASSP’02,I:17-20, Orlando, FL, May 2002.

    [213] L. Devillers, S. Rosset, H. Bonneau-Maynard, L. Lamel, “Annotations for Dynamic Diagnosis of the Dialog State,”Proc. LREC’02, 4:1594-1597, Iles Canaries, Spain, May 2002.

    [214] M. Adda-Decker, P. Boula de Mareüil, G. Adda, L. Lamel, “Investigating syllabic structure and its variation inspeech from French radio interviews,” ISCA ITRW Pronunciation modeling and Lexicon Adaptation for SpokenLanguage, Estes Park, Colorado, September 14-15, 2002

    [215] J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, H. Schwenk, G. Adda, L. Chen, F. Lefèvre, “Conversational Telephone Speech Recogni-tion,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’03, Hong Kong, April 4-5, 2003.

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    [216] L. Chen, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Adda, “Unsupervised Language Model Adaptation for Broadcast News” Proc.IEEE ICASSP’03, Hong Kong, April 7-11 2003.

    [217] L. Devillers, L. Lamel, I. Vasilescu, “Emotion detection in task-oriented dialogs”, Proc. IEEE ICME’03, Baltimore,MD, juillet 2003.

    [218] M. Adda-Decker, F. Antoine, P. Boula de Mareuil, L. Lamel, J. Vaissiere “Phonetic knowledge, phonotactics andperceptual validation for automatic language identification,” Proc. ICPhS’03, Barcelone, aôut 2003.

    [219] F. Lefèvre, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Multi-source Training and Adaptation for Generic Speech Recognition,”Proc.ISCA EuroSpeech’03, Genève, Sep 2003.

    [220] L. Chen, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Transcribing Mandarin Broadcast News,” Proc. IEEE Automatic Speech Recog-nition Workshop - ASRU’03, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, déc 2003.

    [221] L. Chen, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, "Lightly Supervised Acoustic Model training Using Consensus Networks," Proc.IEEE ICASSP’04, Montreal, 17-21 May 2004.

    [222] S. Rosset and L. Lamel, “Automatic Detection of Dialog Acts based on Multilevel Information,” Proc. ICSLP’04,Jeju, October 3-7, 2004. (presented by S. Rosset)

    [223] A. Messaoudi, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Transcription of Arabic Broadcast News,” Proc. ICSLP’04, Jeju, Octo-ber 3-7, 2004.

    [224] L. Canseco-Rodriguez, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Speaker Diarization from Speech Transcripts,” Proc. ICSLP’04,Jeju, October 3-7, 2004. (presented by L. Canseco-Rodriguez)

    [225] L. Chen, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel and G. Adda, “Dynamic Language Modeling for Broadcast News,” Proc. ICSLP’04,Jeju, October 3-7, 2004.

    [226] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Alternate Phone Models for Conversational Speech,” Proc. IEEE ICASSP’05, I:1005-1008,Philadelphia, March 2005.

    [227] J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, A. Allauzen, V. Gendner, L. Lamel, H. Schwenk, “Where Are We InTranscribing French Broadcast News?” Proc. ISCA Eurospeech’05, Lisbon, Sep 2005.

    [228] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Do Speech Recognizers Prefer Female Speakers?,” Proc. ISCA Eurospeech’05, Lisbon,Sep 2005.

    [229] L. Lamel, G. Adda, E. Bilinski, J.L. Gauvain, “Transcribing Lectures and Seminars,” Proc. ISCA Eurospeech’05,Lisbon, Sep 2005.

    [230] R. Prasad, S. Matsoukas, C.-L. Kao, J. Ma, D.-X. Xu, T. Colthurst, O. Kimball, R. Schwartz, J.-L. Gauvain, L.Lamel, H. Schwenk, G. Adda, F. Lefevre, “The 2004 BBN/LIMSI 20xRT English Conversational Telephone SpeechRecognition System,” Proc. ISCA Eurospeech’05, Lisbon, Sep 2005.

    [231] A. Messaoudi, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Modeling Vowels for Arabic BN Transcription” Proc. ISCA Eu-rospeech’05, Lisbon, Sep 2005.

    [232] L. Canseco, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “A Comparative Study Using Manual and Automatic Transcriptions for Di-arization,” IEEE ASRU’05, Cancun, Nov-Dec 2005.

    [233] D. Dechelotte, H. Schwenk, J.L. Gauvain, O. Galibert, L. Lamel, “Investigating Translation of ParliamentSpeeches,” IEEE ASRU’05, Cancun, Nov-Dec 2005.

    [234] C. Barras, X. Zhu, J.-L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “The CLEAR’06 LIMSI Acoustic Speaker Identification System forCHIL Seminars,” CLEAR’06 Evaluation Campaign and Workshop - Classification of Events, Activities and Rela-tionship, Southampton, April 6-7, 2006.

    [235] X. Zhu, C. Barras, L. Lamel, J-L. Gauvain, “Speaker Diarization: from Broadcast News to Lectures,” Rich Tran-scription 2006 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation Workshop, Bethesda, May 3-4, 2006

    [236] L. Lamel, E. Bilinski, G. Adda, J.L. Gauvain, H. Schwenk “The LIMSI RT06s Lecture Transcription System,” RichTranscription 2006 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation Workshop, Bethesda, May 3-4, 2006

    [237] A. Messaoudi, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Arabic Broadcast News Transcription using a One Million Word VocalizedVocabulary,” Proceedings of ICASSP, Toulouse, May 2006.

    [238] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain„ G. Adda, C. Barras, E. Bilinski, O. Galibert, A. Pujol, H. Schwenk, X. Zhu, “TheLIMSI 2006 TC-STAR Transcription Systems,” TC-STAR Workshop on Speech-to-Speech Translation, pp. 123-128,Barcelona, June 2006.

    [239] T. Pellegrini, L. Lamel, “Experimental detection of vowel prononciation variants in Amharic. In International Con-ference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Genoa, May 2006.

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    [240] T. Pellegrini, L. Lamel, “Investigating Automatic Decomposition for ASR in Less Represented Languages,” Proc.Interspeech 2006 ICSLP, Pittsburgh, Sept 2006.

    [241] L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, C. Barras, E. Bilinski, O. Galibert, A. Pujol, H. Schwenk, X. Zhu, “The LIMSI2006 TC-STAR EPPS Transcription Systems,” Proc IEEE ICASSP’07, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 2007.

    [242] M.J.F. Gales, X. Liu, R. Sinha, P.C. Woodland, K. Yu, S. Matsoukas, T. Ng, K. Nguyen, L. Nguyen,J-L Gauvain, L.Lamel, A. Messaoudi, “Speech Recognition System Combination for Machine Translation,” Proc IEEE ICASSP’07,Honolulu, Hawaii, April 2007.

    [243] C. Barras, X. Zhu, C.C. Leung, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “The CLEAR’07 LIMSI System for Acoustic Speaker Iden-tification in Seminars,” Proc. CLEAR’07 Evaluation Campaign and Workshop - Classification of Events, Activitiesand Relationships, Baltimore, May 2007. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, R. Stiefelhagen,Ed.)

    [244] L. Lamel, E. Bilinski, J.L. Gauvain, G. Adda, C. Barras, X. Zhu, “The LIMSI RT07 Lecture Transcription System,”Rich Transcription 2007 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation Workshop, Baltimore, May 2007. (Lecture Notesin Computer Science, Springer Verlag, S. Renals and S. Bengio and J. Fiscus, Eds.)

    [245] X. Zhu, C. Barras, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Multi-Stage Speaker Diarization for Conference and Lecture Meetings,”Rich Transcription 2007 Spring Meeting Recognition Evaluation Workshop, Baltimore, May 2007. (Lecture Notesin Computer Science, Springer Verlag, S. Renals and S. Bengio and J. Fiscus, Eds.)

    [246] L. Lamel, A. Messaoudi, J.L. Gauvain, “Improved Acoustic Modeling for Transcribing Arabic Broadcast Data,”Proc. Interspeech 2007 Eurospeech, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2007.

    [247] T. Pellegrini and L. Lamel, “Using phonetic features in unsupervised word decompounding for ASR with applicationto a less-represented languages,” Proc. Interspeech 2007 Eurospeech, Antwerp, Belgium, August 2007.

    [248] M. Garnier-Rizet, G. Adda, F. Cailliau, J.L. Gauvain, S. Guillemin-Lanne, L. Lamel, S. Vanni and C. Waast-Richard,“Callsurf: Automatic transcription, indexing and structuration of call center conversational speech for knowledgeextraction and query by content,” In European Language Resources Association (ELRA), editor, Proceedings of theSixth International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’08), Marrakech, Morocco, May 2008.

    [249] L. Lamel, S. Rosset, C, Ayache, D. Mostefa, J. Turmo, and P. Comas, “Question Answering on Speech Transcrip-tions: the AST evaluation in CLEF,” in European Language Resources Association (ELRA), editor, Proceedings ofthe Sixth International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’08), Marrakech, Morocco, May 2008.

    [250] T. Pellegrini and L. Lamel, “Are Audio or textual training data more important for ASR in less-represented lan-guages?,” in 1st International Workshop on Spoken Languages Technologies for Under-resourced languages (SLTU),pages 2-6, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 2008.

    [251] P. Fousek, L. Lamel, and J.L. Gauvain, “On the use of MLP features for broadcast news transcription,” TSD’08,Brno, Czech Republic, September 2008.

    [252] P. Fousek, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Transcribing Broadcast Data Using MLP Features,” Interspeech’08, 1433-1436, Brisbane, Australia, September 2008.

    [253] C. Woehrling, P. Boula de Mareuil, M. Adda-decker, L. Lamel, “A corpus-based prosodic study of Alsatian, Belgianand Swiss French,” Proc. Interspeech’08, 780-783, Brisbane, Australia, September 2008.

    [254] M.F. BenZeghiba, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Context-Dependent Phone models and Models Adaptation for Phono-tactic Language Recognition,” Proc. Interspeech’08, 313-316, Brisbane, Australia, September 2008.

    [255] J. Luo, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Modeling Characters Versus Words for Mandarin Speech Recognition” Pro-ceedings IEEE ICASSP’09, Taipei, April 2009.

    [256] M. Faouzi BenZeghiba, J.L. Gauvain and L. Lamel, “Gaussian Backend Design for Open-set Language Detection”Proceedings IEEE ICASSP’09, Taipei, April 2009.

    [257] E. Arisoy, T. Pellegrini, M. Saraclar, L. Lamel, “Enhanced Morfessor Algorithm with Phonetic Features: applicationto Turkish,” 13th International Conference on Speech and Computer, SPECOM-2009, St Petersburg, Russia, June2009.

    [258] M. Faouzi BenZeghiba, J.L. Gauvain and L. Lamel, “Language Score Calibration using Adapted Gaussian Back-end," Interspeech’09, Brighton UK, September 2009.

    [259] J. Despres, P. Fousek, J.L. Gauvain, S. Gay, Y. Josse, L Lamel, A. Messaoudi, “Modeling Northern and SouthernVarieties of Dutch for STT,” Interspeech’09, Brighton UK, September 2009.

    [260] I. Vasilescu, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, P. Halle, “A perceptual investigation of speech transcription errors involv-ing frequent near-homophones in French and American English”, Interspeech’09, Brighton UK, September 2009.

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    [261] J. Law-To, G. Grefenstette, J.-L. Gauvain, G. Gravier, L. Lamel, and J. Despres. Introducing topic segmentation andsegmented-based browsing tools into a content based video retrieval system. In ACM Multimedia 2010, Florence,Italy, 2010.

    [262] M.F. BenZeghiba, J.L. Gauvain, and L. Lamel. Improved N-Gram Phonotactic Models for Language Recognition. InInterSpeech’10, 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Makuhari, Japan,2010.

    [263] I. Oparin, L. Lamel, and J-L Gauvain. Large-Scale Language Modeling with Random Forests for Mandarin ChineseSpeech-to-Text. In 7th International Conference on Natural Language Processing (IceTAL), Reykjavik, Iceland, Aug16-18, 2010.

    [264] P. Karanasou and L. Lamel. Comparing SMT Methods for automatic generation of pronunciation variants. In 7thInternational Conference on Natural Language Processing (IceTAL), Reykjavik, Iceland, Aug 16-18, 2010.

    [265] D. Vergyri, L. Lamel, and J.-L. Gauvain. Automatic Speech Recognition of Multiple Accented English Data. InInterSpeech’10, 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Makuhari, Japan,2010.

    [266] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, and N.D. Snoeren. Comparing mono- & multilingual acoustic seed models for a low e-resourced language: a case-study of Luxembourgish. In InterSpeech’10, 11th Annual Conference of the InternationalSpeech Communication Association, Makuhari, Japan, 2010.

    [267] N. Moreau, O. Hamon, D. Mostefa, S. Rosset, O. Galibert, L. Lamel, J. Turmo, P. R. Comas, P. Rosso, D. Buscaldi,and K. Choukri. Evaluation protocol and tools for question-answering on speech transcripts. In Proceedings of theSeventh conference on International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’10), Valletta, Malta, May 2010.

    [268] L. Lamel and Bianca Vieru. Development of a Speech-to-text transcription system for Finnish. In The second In-ternational Workshop on Spoken Languages Technologies for Under-resourced languages (SLTU10), pages 62-67,Penang, Malaysia, May 2010.

    [269] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, and N. D. Snoeren. Initializaing Acoustic Phone Models of Under-resourced Languages:A Case-study of Luxembourgish. In The second International Workshop on Spoken Languages Technologies forUnder-resourced languages (SLTU10), pages 74-80, Penang, Malaysia, May 2010.

    [270] V-B. Le, L. Lamel, and J.L. Gauvain. Multi-style MLP Features for BN Transcription. In Proceedings of ICASSP,pages 4866-4869, Dallas, Texas, March 2010.

    [271] M. Adda-Decker, I. Vasilescu, N. Snoeren, D. Yahia, and L. Lamel. Towards Exploring Linguistic Variation inASR Errors: Paradigm and Tool for Perceptual experiments. In VLSP’11, Very Large Scale Phonetics Research,Philadelphia, USA, 2011.

    [272] J. Law-To, G. Grefenstette, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, G. Gravier, C. Guinaudeau, P. Sebillot, and J. Despres. AScalable Video Search Engine Based on Audio Content Indexing and Topic Segmentation. In NEM SUMMIT 2011,Torino, Italy, 2011.

    [273] P. Karanasou, L. Lamel. Automatic Generation of a Pronunciation Dictionary with Rich Variation Coverage UsingSMT Methods. CICLing Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics. February 2011,Tokyo.

    [274] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, and G. Adda. A first LVCSR system for Luxembourgish, an under-resourced Europeanlanguage. In LTC’11 LTC-LRL workshop, 5th Language & Technology Conference, Poznan, Poland, 2011.

    [275] Q. Zhang, L. Lamel, and J-L. Gauvain. Genre Categorization and Modeling for Broadcast Speech Transcription. InInterSpeech’11, 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Florence, Italy,2011.

    [276] M. Adda-Decker, N. Snoeren, and L. Lamel. Studying Luxembourgish phonetics via multilingual forced alignments.In ICPhS’11, 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, China, 2011, pp. 196-199.

    [277] J. Kolar and L. Lamel. On Development of Consistently Punctuated Speech Corpora. In InterSpeech’11, 12th AnnualConference of the International Speech Communication Association, Florence, Italy, 2011.

    [278] I. Vasilescu, D. Yahia, N. Snoeren, M. Adda-Decker, and L. Lamel. Cross-lingual study of ASR errors: on therole of the context in human + perception of near homophones. In InterSpeech’11, 12th Annual Conference of theInternational Speech Communication Association, Florence, Italy, 2011.

    [279] V.A. Tran, V.B. Le, C. Barras, and L. Lamel. Comparing Multi-Stage Approaches for Cross-Show Speaker Diariza-tion. In InterSpeech’11, 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Florence,Italy, 2011.

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    [280] P. Karanasou and L. Lamel Pronunciation Variants Generation Using SMT-Inspired Approaches. In ICASSP’11,36th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, Prague, Czech Republic, 2011.

    [281] P. Karanasou, F. Yvon, and L. Lamel. Measuring the confusability of pronunciations in speech recognition. InFSMNLP’11, 9th International Workshop on Finite State Methods and Natural Language Processing, Blois, France,2011.

    [282] L. Lamel, J.-L. Gauvain, V.-B. Le, I. Oparin, and S. Meng. Improved Models for mandarin Speech-to-Text Transcrip-tion. In ICASSP’11, 36th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pages 4660-4663,Prague, Czech Republic, 2011.

    [283] T. Fraga-Silva, J.L. Gauvain, and L. Lamel. Lattice-based Unsupervised Acoustic Model Training. In ICASSP’11,36th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, Prague, Czech Republic, 2011.

    [284] I. Vasilescu, M. Adda-Decker and L. Lamel. Cross-lingual studies of ASR errors: paradigms for perceptual evalua-tions,” Eighth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC). Istanbul, Turkey May 21-27,2012. pp. 3511-3518.

    [285] M. F. BenZeghiba, J. L. Gauvain and L. Lamel, Fusing Language Information from Diverse Data Sources forPhonotactic Language Recognition. In Odyssey 2012, The Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop, SingaporeJune 25-28 2012.

    [286] T. Fraga Silva, V.B. Le, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain. Incorporating MLP features in the unsupervised training process.3rd workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for under-resourced languages, Cape Town, South Africa, 7-9 May2012.

    [287] L. Lamel, S. Courcinous, J.L. Gauvain, Y. Josse and V.B. Le, Transcription of Russian conversational speech. 3rdworkshop on Spoken Language Technologies for under-resourced languages, Cape Town, South Africa, 7-9 May2012.

    [288] M. Adda-Decker, M. Candea, and L. Lamel. “Recent evolution of some non standard variants in French broadcastnews.” Sociolinguistics Symposium 19, Berlin, Aug 21-24, 2012 (poster).

    [289] J. Kolář and L. Lamel. Development and evaluation of automatic punctuation for French and English speech-to-text.in Interspeech, Portland, Oregon, USA, September 9-13, 2012.

    [290] M.F. BenZeghiba, J.L. Gauvain, and L. Lamel. Phonotactic Language Recognition Using MLP Features. In Inter-Speech 2012: 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Portland, Oregon,September 9-13 2012.

    [291] A. K. Sarkar, V. B. Le, C.-T. Do, A. Roy, C. Barras, L. Lamel and J.-L. Gauvain “LIMSI/VOCAPIA SpeakerVerification System for NIST SRE 2012”, 2012 NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation Workshop, Orlando, Florida,USA, 11-12 December, 2012.

    [292] S. Schmiedeke, P. Xu, I. Ferrané, M. Eskevich, C. Kofler, M. A Larson, Y. Estève, L. Lamel, G. JF Jones, T. SikoraBlip10000: a social video dataset containing SPUG content for tagging and retrieval, Proceedings of the 4th ACMMultimedia Systems Conference, pp 96-101, Oslo, Norway - February 27 - March 01, 2013.

    [293] A. Rialland, M. Embanga Aborobongui, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, Phonological Processes and automatic phono-logical mining in Embosi (Bantu C25). 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL), Georgetown Uni-versity, Washington, March 7-10, 2013

    [294] M. Adda-Decker, M. Embanga Aborobongui, L. Lamel, A. Rialland. Embosi: automatic alignment with segmentsand words and phonological mining. International Conference on Bantu Languages (BANTU 2013), Paris, France,12/06 au 15/06 2013.

    [295] I. Oparin, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Rapid Development of a Latvian Speech-to-Text System,” IEEE ICASSP 2013,Vancouver, June 2013.

    [296] P. Karanasou, F. Yvon, T. Lavergne, and L. Lamel, “Discriminative training of a phoneme confusion model for adynamic lexicon in ASR,” Proceedings of Interspeech, Lyon, Aug 2013.

    [297] M. Candea, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Recent Evolution of non Standard Consonantal Variants in F rench Broad-cast News,” Proceedings of Interspeech, pp. 412-416, Lyon, Aug 2013.

    [298] A. Roy, L. Lamel, T. Fraga da Silva, J.L. Gauvain, I. Oparin, “Some Issues Affecting the Transcription of HungarianBroadcast Audio,” Proceedings of Interspeech, pp. Lyon, Aug 2013.

    [299] T. Fraga-Silva, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Interpolation of Acoustic Models for Speech Recognition,” Proceedings ofInterspeech, Lyon, Aug 2013.

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    [300] W. Hartmann, A. Roy, L. Lamel, and J. L. Gauvain, “Acoustic unit discovery and pronunciation generation froma grapheme-based lexicon,” 2013 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (ASRU),Olomouc, Czech Republic, Dec 2013.

    [301] D. Karakos, R. Schwartz, S. Tsakalidis, L. Zhang, S. Ranjan, T. Ng, R. Hsiao, G. Saikumar, I. Bulyko, L. Nguyen, J.Makhoul, F. Grezl, M. Hannemann, M. Karafiat, I. Szoke, K. Vesely, L. Lamel, V.B. Le, “Score normalization andsystem combination for improved keyword spotting,” 2013 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition andUnderstanding (ASRU), pp. 210-215, Olomouc, Czech Republic, Dec 2013.

    [302] I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, and L. Lamel. “Exploring Pronunciation Variants for Romanian Speech-to-Text Transcrip-tion.” In 4th International Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages (SLTU’14), pages 161-168, May 14-16, 2014.

    [303] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, and G. Adda. “Speech Alignment and Recognition Experiments for Luxembourgish.”4th International Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages (SLTU’14) , pages53-60, May 14-16, 2014.

    [304] A. Laurent and L. Lamel. “Development of a Korean Speech Recognition System With Little Annotated Data.”4th International Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages (SLTU’14) , pages147-153, May 14-16, 2014.

    [305] W. Hartmann, L. Lamel, and J.L. Gauvain. “Cross-Word Sub-Word Units for Low-Resource Keyword Spotting.” In4th International Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages (SLTU’14) , pages112-117, May 14-16, 2014.

    [306] C.T. Do, L. Lamel, and J.L. Gauvain. “Speech-to-Text Development for Slovak, a Low-Resourced Language.” In4th International Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced Languages (SLTU’14) , pages176-182, May 14-16, 2014.

    [307] T. Lavergne, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, and L. Lamel. “Automatic language identity tagging on word and sentence-level in multilingual text sources: a case-study on luxembourgish”. In Nicoletta Calzolari (Conference Chair), KhalidChoukri, Thierry Declerck, Hrafn Loftsson, Bente Maegaard, Joseph Mariani, Asuncion Moreno, Jan Odijk, andStelios Piperidis, editors, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation(LREC’14), Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2014. European Language Resources Association (ELRA).

    [308] D. Luzzati, C. Grouin, I. Vasilescu, M. Adda-Decker, E. Bilinski, N. Camelin, J. Kahn, C. Lailler, L. Lamel, and S.Rosset. “human annotation of asr error regions: is "gravity" a sharable concept for human annotators?”. In NicolettaCalzolari (Conference Chair), Khalid Choukri, Thierry Declerck, Hrafn Loftsson, Bente Maegaard, Joseph Mariani,Asuncion Moreno, Jan Odijk, and Stelios Piperidis, editors, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference onLanguage Resources and Evaluation (LREC’14), Reykjavik, Iceland, may 2014. European Language ResourcesAssociation (ELRA).

    [309] M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, G. Adda, and T. Lavergne. A first lvcsr system for luxembourgish. In Human LanguageTechnology Challenges for Computer Science and Linguistics - 5th Language and Technology Conference, LTC 2011,Poznan Poland, November 25-27, 2011, Revised Selected Papers, pages 479-490. Springer International Publishing,2014.

    [310] I. Chitoran, I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, and L. Lamel. “Analyzing linguistic variation in a Romanian speech corpusthrough ASR errors,” In LARP7 - Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology VII, Aix-en-Provence, France,Sept 3-5 2014.

    [311] W. Hartmann and L. Lamel. “Efficient Rule Scoring for Improved Grapheme-Based Lexicons”. In Eusipco 2014,Lisbon, Portugal, Sep 1-5 2014.

    [312] T. Henrique Fraga Da Silva, J.L. Gauvain, and L. Lamel. “Speech Recognition of Multiple Accented English DataUsing Acoustic Model Interpolation.” In Eusipco 2014, Lisbon, Portugal, Sep 1-5 2014.

    [313] A. Laurent, W. Hartmann, and L. Lamel. “Unsupervised acoustic model training for the korean language.” In ISCSLPat Interspeech 2014, 15th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Singapore,September 2014.

    [314] V.B. Le, L. Lamel, A. Messaoudi, W. Hartmann, J.L. Gauvain, C. Woehrling, J. Despres, and A. Roy. “Developingstt and kws systems using limited language resources,” In Annual Conference of the International Speech Communi-cation Association (INTERSPEECH 2014), Singapore, 14-19 September 2014.

    [315] W. Hartmann, V.B. Le, A. Messaoudi, L. Lamel, and J.L. Gauvain. “Comparing decoding strategies for subword-based keyword spotting in low-resourced languages. In Annual Conference of the International Speech Communica-tion Association (INTERSPEECH 2014), Singapore, 14-19 September 2014.

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    [316] M. Douze, D. Oneata, M. Paulin, C. Leray, N. Chesneau, D. Potapov, J. Verbeek, K. Alahari, Z. Harchaoui, L. Lamel,J.L. Gauvain, C. Schmidt, C.Schmid, "The INRIA-LIM-VocR and AXES submissions to Trecvid 2014 MultimediaEvent Detection," Proc. NIST TREC-VID, 2014.

    [317] N. Segal, H. Bonneau-Maynard, Q.K. Do, A. Allauzen, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, F. Yvon, “LIMSI English-FrenchSpeech Translation System” In Proceedings of the eleventh International Workshop on Spoken Language Translation(IWSLT) (Marcello Federico, Sebatian Stüker, François Yvon, eds.), Lake Tahoe, December 2014.

    [318] T. Fraga-Silva, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, A. Laurent, V.B. Le and A. Messaoudi, “Active Learning based data selectionfor limited resource STT and KWS,” Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association(INTERSPEECH 2015), pp. 3159-3163, Dresden, September 2015.

    [319] V. Vapnarsky, C. Barras, C. Becquey, D. Doukhan, M. Adda-Decker, and L. Lamel, “Analysing rhythm in ritualdiscourse in Yucatec Maya using automatic speech alignment,”, Annual Conference of the International SpeechCommunication Association (INTERSPEECH 2015), Dresden, September 2015.

    [320] R. Lileikyte, L. Lamel and J.L. Gauvain, “Conversational telephone speech recognition for Lithuanian,” SLSP 2015(3rd International Conference on Statistical Language and Speech Processing), Budapest, Novemver 24-26, 2015.

    [321] A. Gorin, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain and T. Fraga-Silva “On improving speech recognition and keyword spotting withautomatically generated morphological units,” In Human Language Technology Challenges for Computer Scienceand Linguistics - 7th Language and Technology Conference, LTC 2015, Poznan Poland, November 27-29, 2015.

    [322] A. Laurent, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, V.B. Le and A. Messaoudi, “Improving data selection for low-resource STTand KWS,” IEEE ASRU’15, Scottsdale, Dec 13-17, 2015.

    [323] A. Laurent, T. Fraga-Silva, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Investigating techniques for low resource conversational speechrecognition.” IEEE ICASSP, Shanghai, March 2016, pp. 5975-5979.

    [324] G. Huang, A. Gorin, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, “Machine Translation based data augmentation for Cantonese keywordspotting,” IEEE ICASSP, Shanghai, March 2016, pp. 6020-6024.

    [325] R. Lileikyte, A. Gorin, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain and T. Fraga-Silva, “Lithuanian Broadcast Speech TranscriptionUsing Semi-Supervised Acoustic Model Training,” it SLTU-2016 5th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologiesfor Under-resourced languages, 09-12 May 2016 Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Procedia Computer Science. vol 81, pp.107-113.

    [326] G. Adda, S. Stüker, M. Adda-Decker, O. Ambouroue, L. Besacier, D. Blachon, H. Bonneau-Maynard, P. Godard,F. Hamlaoui, D. Idiatov, G.N. Kouarata, L. Lamel, E.-Moselly Makasso, A. Rialland, M. Van de Velde, F. Yvon,S. Zerbian, “Breaking the Unwritten Language Barrier: The BULB Project,” SLTU-2016 5th Workshop on SpokenLanguage Technologies for Under-resourced languages, 09-12 May 2016 Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Procedia ComputerScience. vol 81, pp. 8-14.

    [327] L. Wanner, J. Blat, S. Dasiopoulou, M. Domínguez, G. Llorach, S. Mille, F. Sukno, E. Kamateri, I. Kompatsiaris,S. Vrochidis, E. André, F. Lingenfelser, G. Mehlmann, A. Stam, L. Stellingwerff, L. Lamel, B. Vieru, W. Minker,L. Pragst, Stefan Ultes, “Towards a Multimedia Knowledge-Based Agent with Social Competence and Human In-teraction Capabilities,” Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Multimedia Analysis and Retrieval forMultimodal Interaction, ACM, pp 21-26, June 2016.

    [328] G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, O. Ambouroue, L. Besacier, D. Blachon, H. Bonneau-Maynard, E. Gauthier, P. Godard,F. Hamlaoui, D. Idiatov, G.N. Kouarata, L. Lamel, E. Makasso, A. Rialland, S. Stuker, M. Van de Velde, F. Yvon,S. Zerbian, “Innovative technologies for under-resourced language documentation: The BULB Project,” WorkshopCCURL 2016-Collaboration and Computing for Under-Resourced Languages-LREC, May 2016.

    [329] “Language Recognition for Dialects and Closely Related Languages,” G. Gelly, J.L. Gauvain, L. Lamel, A. Laurent,V.B. Le and A. Messaoudi Odyssey: The Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop, Odyssey 2016, Bilbao,21-24 June 2016.

    [330] M. Renwick, I. Vasilescu, C. Dutrey, L. Lamel, B. Vieru, “A phonologically weak contrast can induce phoneticoverlap”, The 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, LabPhon15: Speech Dynamics and Phonological Repre-sentation July 13-16, 2016, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (presented by M. Renwick)

    [331] M. Renwick, I. Vasilescu, C. Dutrey, L. Lamel, and B. Vieru, “Marginal contrast among Romanian vowels: evidencefrom ASR and functional load,” Interspeech 2016, San Francisco, Sept 8-12, 2016.

    [332] A. Gorin, R. Lileikyte, G. Huang, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain and A. Laurent, “Language Model Data Augmentationfor Keyword Spotting,” Interspeech 2016, San Francisco, Sept 8-12, 2016.

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    [333] F. Povolny, P. Matejka, M. Hradis, A. Popková, L. Otrusina, P. Smrz, I. Wood, C. Robin, L. Lamel, “MultimodalEmotion Recognition for AVEC 2016 Challenge,” Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Audio/VisualEmotion Challenge, pp. 75–82, ACM, 2016.

    [334] I. Vasilescu, M. Renwick, B. Vieru, L. Lamel, “On the Phonemic Status of the Romanian Vowels Ă and Â: Evidencefrom large scale acoustic analysis and automatic speech recognition,” Proceedings of the 12th International Confer-ence “Linguistic Resources and Tools for Processing the Romanian Language”, Mălini, 27 - 29 October 2016, pp.205–207, 2016.

    [335] R. Lileikyte, T. Fraga da Silva, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, A. Laurent, G. Huang, “Effective keyword search forlow-resourced conversational speech”, IEEE ICASSP 2017, New Orleans, March 5-9, 2017.

    [336] G. Huang, T. Fraga da Silva, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, A. Gorin, A. Laurent, R. Lileikyte, A. Messouadi, “AnInvestigation into Language Model Data Augmentation for Low-Resourced STT and KWS, IEEE ICASSP 2017,New Orleans, March 5-9, 2017.

    [337] L. Spinu, I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, L. Lamel, J. Lilley, Jason, “Phonetic variation and contrast neutralization patternsin Romanian fricatives across different speech styles,” Abstraction, Diversity and Speech Dynamics, IPS Workshop,Herrsching am Ammersee, 3-5 May 2017.

    [338] I. Niculescu, I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Semi-automatic analyses of vocalic sequences inRomanian,” Phonetics and Phonology in Europe - PaPe 2017, June 12-14, 2017 Cologne, Germany.

    [339] Y. Wu, M. Adda-Decker, C. Fougeron, L. Lamel, “Schwa Realization in French: Using Automatic Speech Process-ing to Study Phonological and Socio-linguistic Factors in Large Corpora,” ISCA Interspeech 2017, Stockholm, Aug20-24, 2017.

    [340] D. Amazouz, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “Addressing Code-Switching in French/Algerian Arabic Speech,” ISCAInterspeech 2017, Stockholm, Aug 20-24, 2017.

    [341] J. Cooper-Leavitt, L. Lamel, A. Rialland, M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, ”Developing an Embosi (Bantu C25) SpeechVariant Dictionary to Model Vowel Elision and Morpheme Deletion,” ISCA Interspeech 2017, Stockholm, Aug 20-24, 2017.

    [342] J. Cooper-Leavitt, L. Lamel, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker A. Rialland, “Corpus base linguistic exploration via forcedalignments with a ’light-weight’ ASR tool”, Workshop on Language Technology for Less Resourced Languages(LT-LRL) ad the 8th Language & Technology Conference, Poznan, Poland, November 17-19, 2017.

    [343] J. Cooper-Leavitt, A. Rialland , L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, G. Adda, “A corpus based study of morpheme deletionin a low resourced language: A case study for Embosi,” The 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society ofAmerica, January 4-7, 2018, Salt Lake City, Utah.

    [344] A. Rialland, M. Adda-Decker, G.N. Kouarata, G. Adda, L. Besacier, L. Lamel, E. Gauthier, P. Godard, J. Cooper-Leavitt, “Parallel corpora in mboshi (bantu c25, congo-brazzaville),” 11th International Conference on LanguageResources and Evaluation (LREC 2018), Miyazaki, Japan, May 7-12, 2018.

    [345] P. Godard, G. Adda, M. Adda-Decker, J. Benjumea, Laurent Besacier, J. Cooper-Leavitt, G.N. Kouarata, L. Lamel,H. Maynard, M. Mueller, A. Rialland, S. Stueker, F. Yvon, M. Zanon Boito. “A very low resource language speechcorpus for computational language documentation experiments,” 11th International Conference on Language Re-sources and Evaluation (LREC 2018), Miyazaki, Japan, May 7-12, 2018.

    [346] A. Djegdjiga, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, “The French-Algerian Code-Switching Triggered audio corpus (FACST),”11th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018), Miyazaki, Japan, May 7-12,2018.

    [347] N. Hernandez, I. Vasilescu, B. Vieru, L. Lamel, “An automatic study of lenition of intra-lexical intervocalic /bdg/ andcoda -s in Peninsular vs Latin America Spanish,” In LAB- PHON16 - Laboratory Phonology Conference , Lisbon,Portugal, June 2018. (presented by I. Vasilescu)

    [348] J. Wottawa, D. Amazouz, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel “Studying Vowel Variation in French-Algerian Arabic Code-switched Speech,” ISCA Interspeech, Hyderabad, India, September 2-6, 2018.

    [349] I. Vasilescu, N. Hernandez, B. Vieru, L. Lamel “Exploring Temporal Reduction in Dialectal Spanish: a Large-scaleStudy of Lenition of Voiced Stops and Coda-s”, ISCA Interspeech, Hyderabad, India, September 2-6, 2018.

    [350] J. Gauvain, L. Lamel, V.B. Le, J. Despres, A. Messaoudi, J.L. Gauvain, B. Vieru, W. Ben Kheder, “Challenges inaudio processing of terrorist-related data,” 25th International Conference on MultiMedia Modeling, MMM 2019, Jan8-11, 2019, Thessaloniki, Greece.

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    [351] I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, “Synchronic variation and sound change in Romance languages: a corpus-based study oflenition phenomena in Romanian and Spanish,” 49th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, May 1 - 4,2019, Athens, Georgia.

    [352] A. Jatteau, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker “Final devoicing in the ’pool of variation’: A large-scale corporaapproach with automatic alignment,” Phonetics and Phonology in Europe - PaPe 2019, June 17-19, 2019, Lecce,Italy.

    [353] A. Jatteau, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel M. Adda-Decker, “Final devoicing of fricatives in French: Studying variationin large corpora with automatic alignment,” Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences(ICPhS), Aug 5-9, 2019. Melbourne, Australia.

    [354] P. Boula de Mareüil, A. Rilliard, G. Adda, L. Lamel, F. Vernier, “A speaking atlas of minority languages of France:collection and analyses of dialectal data,” Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences(ICPhS), Aug 5-9, 2019. Melbourne, Australia.

    [355] D. Amazouz, M. Adda-Decker, L. Lamel, J.L. Gauvain, “Exploring consonant variation in French-Arabic code-swicthed speech: the case of the gemination,” Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences(ICPhS), Aug 5-9, 2019. Melbourne, Australia.

    [356] A. Jatteau, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, N. Audibert, “Word-final devoicing of obstruents in StandardFrench: effects of domain, speech style, manner and place of articulation,” ISCA Interspeech 2019, Graz, Sept 15-19,2019.

    [357] M. Hutin, O. Niculescu, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Lenition and Fortition of Stop Codas in Roma-nian,” 1st Joint SLTU and CCURL Workshop (SLTU-CCURL 2020) an LREC 2020 Workshop Language Resourcesand Evaluation Conference, May 11 2020, pp. 226-234. (virtual).

    [358] M. Hutin, A. Jatteau, I. Vasilescu, L., Lamel, M., Adda-Decker, “Le schwa final en français standard est-il unlubrifiant phonétique ?”, Actes de Congrès mondial de linguistique française – CMLF 2020 (to appear).

    [359] M. Hutin, A. Jatteau, I. Vasilescu, L. Lamel, M. Adda-Decker, “Ongoing phonologization of word-final voicingalternations in two Romance languages: Romanian