Milton Orlando Sarria Paja
Milton Orlando Sarria Paja
Universidad Santiago de Cali
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Model fusion for multimodal depression classification and level detection
M Senoussaoui, M Sarria-Paja, JF Santos, TH Falk
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Audio/Visual Emotion …, 2014
Red de revistas científicas de América Latina y el caribe, España y Portugal
E Contreras
Recuperado el, 2013
Automated dysarthria severity classification for improved objective intelligibility assessment of spastic dysarthric speech
MS Paja, TH Falk
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2012
Fusion of auditory inspired amplitude modulation spectrum and cepstral features for whispered and normal speech speaker verification
M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
Computer Speech & Language 45, 437-456, 2017
The effects of whispered speech on state-of-the-art voice based biometrics systems
M Sarria-Paja, M Senoussaoui, TH Falk
2015 IEEE 28th Canadian conference on electrical and computer engineering …, 2015
Whispered speech detection in noise using auditory-inspired modulation spectrum features
M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
IEEE Signal Processing Letters 20 (8), 783-786, 2013
Improving the performance of far-field speaker verification using multi-condition training: The case of GMM-UBM and i-vector systems
AR Avila, M Sarria-Paja, FJ Fraga, D O'Shaughnessy, TH Falk
Fifteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2014
Whispered speaker verification and gender detection using weighted instantaneous frequencies
M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk, D O'Shaughnessy
2013 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2013
Feature mapping, score-, and feature-level fusion for improved normal and whispered speech speaker verification
M Sarria-Paja, M Senoussaoui, D O'Shaughnessy, TH Falk
2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2016
Strategies to enhance whispered speech speaker verification: A comparative analysis
MO Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
Canadian Acoustics 43 (4), 31-45, 2015
A new approach to discriminative HMM training for pathological voice classification
M Sarria-Paja, G Castellanos-Domínguez, E Delgado-Trejos
2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2010
Classification of Nonverbal Human Produced Audio Events: A Pilot Study.
RE Bouserhal, P Chabot, MS Paja, P Cardinal, J Voix
INTERSPEECH, 1512-1516, 2018
Fusion of bottleneck, spectral and modulation spectral features for improved speaker verification of neutral and whispered speech
M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
Speech Communication 102, 78-86, 2018
Feature selection in pathological voice classification using dynamic of component analysis
M Sarria-Paja, G Daza-Santacoloma, JI Godino-Llorente, ...
Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Image/Video Communications, 2008
Robust pathological voice detection based on component information from HMM
M Sarria-Paja, G Castellanos-Domínguez
International Conference on Nonlinear Speech Processing, 254-261, 2011
Variants of mel-frequency cepstral coefficients for improved whispered speech speaker verification in mismatched conditions
M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
2017 25th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 91-95, 2017
Entrenamiento discriminativo por distancia de mahalanobis para detección de patologías de voz
Dyna 77 (164), 220-228, 2010
Investigating the use of modulation spectral features within an i-vector framework for far-field automatic speaker verification
AR Avila, FJ Fraga, M Sarria-Paja, TH Falk
2014 International Telecommunications Symposium (ITS), 1-5, 2014
On classification improvement by using an approximate discriminative hidden Markov model
J Carvajal-González, M Sarria-Paja, G Castellanos-Dom
Revista Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad de Antioquia, 174-183, 2010
principal coMponent analysis for hMM-based patholoGical voice detection
M Sarria-Paja, G Castellanos-Domínguez, N Gaviria-Gómez
Proceedings of MAVEBA 9, 69-72, 2009
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