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Pub. period:1997-2005
Pub. count:4
Number of co-authors:8


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Ronald Cole's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Chris DiGiano:7
Jiyong Ma:5
Stephen Sutton:2

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Hamilton, Eric, Cole, Ronald, Ward, Wayne, DiGiano, Chris and LaBine, Dave (2005): Interactive Pathway for Learning Design through Agent and Library Augmented Shared Knowledge Areas (ALASKA). In: PerCom 2005 Workshops - 3rd IEEE Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops 8-12 March, 2005, Kauai Island, HI, USA. pp. 296-301.

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Ma, Jiyong and Cole, Ronald (2004): Animating visible speech and facial expressions. In The Visual Computer, 20 (2) pp. 86-105.

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Ma, Jiyong, Cole, Ronald, Pellom, Bryan L., Ward, Wayne and Wise, Barbara (2004): Accurate automatic visible speech synthesis of arbitrary 3D models based on concatenation of diviseme motion capture data. In Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation, 15 (5) pp. 485-500.

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Sutton, Stephen and Cole, Ronald (1997): The CSLU Toolkit: Rapid Prototyping of Spoken Language Systems. In: Robertson, George G. and Schmandt, Chris (eds.) Proceedings of the 10th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology October 14 - 17, 1997, Banff, Alberta, Canada. pp. 85-86.

Research and development of spoken language systems is currently limited to relatively few academic and industrial laboratories. This is because building such systems requires multidisciplinary expertise, sophisticated development tools, specialized language resources, substantial computer resources and advanced technologies such as speech recognition and text-to-speech synthesis. At the Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU), our mission is to make spoken language systems commonplace. To do so requires that the technology become less exclusive, more affordable and more accessible. An important step towards satisfying this goal is to place the development of spoken language systems in the hands of real domain experts rather than limit it to technical specialists. To address this problem, we have developed the CSLU Toolkit, an integrated software environment for research and development of telephone-based spoken language systems (Sutton et al., 1996; Schalkwyk, et al., 1997). It is designed to support a wide range of research and development activities, including data capture and analysis, corpus development, multilingual recognition and understanding, dialogue design, speech synthesis, speaker recognition and language recognition, and systems evaluation among others. In addition, the Toolkit provides an excellent environment for learning about spoken language technology, providing opportunities for hands-on learning, exploration and experimentation. It has been used as a basis for several short courses in which students have produced a wide range of interesting spoken language applications, such as voice mail, airline reservation and browsing the worldwide web by voice (Colton et al., 1996, Sutton et al., 1997).

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