Matthew Perez
Matthew Perez
Computer Science Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan
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Classification of huntington disease using acoustic and lexical features
M Perez, W Jin, D Le, N Carlozzi, P Dayalu, A Roberts, EM Provost
Interspeech 2018, 1898, 2018
Portable mTBI assessment using temporal and frequency analysis of speech
L Daudet, N Yadav, M Perez, C Poellabauer, S Schneider, A Huebner
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 21 (2), 496-506, 2016
Automatically Detecting Errors and Disfluencies in Read Speech to Predict Cognitive Impairment in People with Parkinson's Disease.
A Romana, J Bandon, M Perez, S Gutierrez, R Richter, A Roberts, ...
Interspeech 2021, 1907-1911, 2021
Aphasic speech recognition using a mixture of speech intelligibility experts
M Perez, Z Aldeneh, EM Provost
Interspeech 2020, 2020
Mind the gap: On the value of silence representations to lexical-based speech emotion recognition.
M Perez, M Jaiswal, M Niu, C Gorrostieta, M Roddy, K Taylor, R Lotfian, ...
INTERSPEECH, 156-160, 2022
Enabling Off-the-Shelf Disfluency Detection and Categorization for Pathological Speech}}
A Romana, M Niu, M Perez, A Roberts, EM Provost
Proc. Interspeech 2022, 1916-1920, 2022
Episodic Memory For Domain-Adaptable, Robust Speech Emotion Recognition
J Tavernor, M Perez, EM Provost
Interspeech, 2023
Articulatory Coordination for Speech Motor Tracking in Huntington Disease
M Perez, A Romana, A Roberts, N Carlozzi, JA Miner, P Dayalu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.13815, 2021
Learning paralinguistic features from audiobooks through style voice conversion
Z Aldeneh, M Perez, EM Provost
Proceedings of the 2021 Conference of the North American Chapter of the …, 2021
Seq2seq for Automatic Paraphasia Detection in Aphasic Speech
M Perez, D Le, A Romana, E Jones, K Licata, EM Provost
arXiv preprint arXiv:2312.10518, 2023
PronScribe: Highly Accurate Multimodal Phonemic Transcription From Speech and Text
Y Yu, M Perez, A Bapna, F Haik, S Tazari, Y Zhang
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