Ragni, A and Gales, MJF (2011) Derivative kernels for noise robust ASR. 2011 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding, ASRU 2011, Proceedings. pp. 119-124.Full text not available from this repository.
Recently there has been interest in combining generative and discriminative classifiers. In these classifiers features for the discriminative models are derived from the generative kernels. One advantage of using generative kernels is that systematic approaches exist to introduce complex dependencies into the feature-space. Furthermore, as the features are based on generative models standard model-based compensation and adaptation techniques can be applied to make discriminative models robust to noise and speaker conditions. This paper extends previous work in this framework in several directions. First, it introduces derivative kernels based on context-dependent generative models. Second, it describes how derivative kernels can be incorporated in structured discriminative models. Third, it addresses the issues associated with large number of classes and parameters when context-dependent models and high-dimensional feature-spaces of derivative kernels are used. The approach is evaluated on two noise-corrupted tasks: small vocabulary AURORA 2 and medium-to-large vocabulary AURORA 4 task. © 2011 IEEE.
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