Antti Hurmalainen
Antti Hurmalainen
DSP Algorithm Developer, Yousician
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Exemplar-based sparse representations for noise robust automatic speech recognition
JF Gemmeke, T Virtanen, A Hurmalainen
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 19 (7), 2067-2080, 2011
4132011
Non-negative matrix factorization for highly noise-robust asr: To enhance or to recognize?
F Weninger, M Wöllmer, J Geiger, B Schuller, JF Gemmeke, ...
2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2012
472012
Non-negative matrix deconvolution in noise robust speech recognition
A Hurmalainen, J Gemmeke, T Virtanen
2011 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2011
402011
Group sparsity for speaker identity discrimination in factorisation-based speech recognition
A Hurmalainen, R Saeidi, T Virtanen
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2012
352012
Modelling non-stationary noise with spectral factorisation in automatic speech recognition
A Hurmalainen, JF Gemmeke, T Virtanen
Computer Speech & Language 27 (3), 763-779, 2013
322013
The TUM+ TUT+ KUL approach to the CHiME Challenge 2013: Multi-stream ASR exploiting BLSTM networks and sparse NMF
J Geiger, F Weninger, A Hurmalainen, J Gemmeke, M Wöllmer, B Schuller, ...
Proceedings CHiME 2013, 25-30, 2013
312013
Toward a practical implementation of exemplar-based noise robust ASR
JF Gemmeke, A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen, Y Sun
2011 19th European Signal Processing Conference, 1490-1494, 2011
262011
Exemplar-based speech enhancement and its application to noise-robust automatic speech recognition
JF Gemmeke, T Virtanen, A Hurmalainen
Machine Listening in Multisource Environments, 2011
242011
Noise robust speaker recognition with convolutive sparse coding
A Hurmalainen, R Saeidi, T Virtanen
Sixteenth annual conference of the international speech communication …, 2015
222015
Exemplar-based sparse representation and sparse discrimination for noise robust speaker identification
R Saeidi, A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen, DA Leeuwen
Odyssey 2012-The Speaker and Language Recognition Workshop, 2012
222012
Exemplar-based recognition of speech in highly variable noise
A Hurmalainen, K Mahkonen, J Gemmeke, T Virtanen
Proceedings CHiME 2011, 1-6, 2011
202011
Detection, separation and recognition of speech from continuous signals using spectral factorisation
A Hurmalainen, JF Gemmeke, T Virtanen
2012 Proceedings of the 20th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO …, 2012
192012
Modelling spectro-temporal dynamics in factorisation-based noise-robust automatic speech recognition
A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen
2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2012
132012
Similarity induced group sparsity for non-negative matrix factorisation
A Hurmalainen, R Saeidi, T Virtanen
2015 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2015
102015
Compact long context spectral factorisation models for noise robust recognition of medium vocabulary speech
A Hurmalainen, J Gemmeke, T Virtanen
Proceedings CHiME 2013, 13-18, 2013
82013
State-based labelling for a sparse representation of speech and its application to robust speech recognition
T Virtanen, JF Gemmeke, A Hurmalainen
Makuhari, Japan:[Sn], 2010
82010
HMM-regularization for NMF-based noise robust ASR
J Gemmeke, A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen
Proceedings CHiME 2013, 47-52, 2013
62013
Learning state labels for sparse classification of speech with matrix deconvolution
A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen
2013 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, 168-173, 2013
52013
Mapping sparse representation to state likelihoods in noise-robust automatic speech recognition
K Mahkonen, A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen, J Gemmeke
Proceedings Interspeech 2011, 465-468, 2011
52011
Cascade processing for speeding up sliding window sparse classification
K Mahkonen, A Hurmalainen, T Virtanen, JK Kämäräinen
2016 24th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 2305-2309, 2016
32016
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