Hiroshi G Okuno
Hiroshi G Okuno
Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University, Adjunct Researcher, Waseda University
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Computational auditory scene analysis.
DF Rosenthal, HG Okuno
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1998
2971998
Active audition for humanoid
K Nakadai, T Lourens, HG Okuno, H Kitano
AAAI/IAAI, 832-839, 2000
2912000
Audio-visual speech recognition using deep learning
K Noda, Y Yamaguchi, K Nakadai, HG Okuno, T Ogata
Applied Intelligence 42 (4), 722-737, 2015
2712015
Design and Implementation of Robot Audition System'HARK'—Open Source Software for Listening to Three Simultaneous Speakers
K Nakadai, T Takahashi, HG Okuno, H Nakajima, Y Hasegawa, H Tsujino
Advanced Robotics 24 (5-6), 739-761, 2010
2452010
Automatic Speech Recognition System
K Nakadai, H Tsujino, H Okuno
US Patent App. 10/579,235, 2009
2352009
An efficient hybrid music recommender system using an incrementally trainable probabilistic generative model
K Yoshii, M Goto, K Komatani, T Ogata, HG Okuno
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 16 (2), 435-447, 2008
1802008
Hybrid Collaborative and Content-based Music Recommendation Using Probabilistic Model with Latent User Preferences.
K Yoshii, M Goto, K Komatani, T Ogata, HG Okuno
ISMIR 6, 7th, 2006
1762006
Real-time auditory and visual multiple-object tracking for humanoids
K Nakadai, K Hidai, H Mizoguchi, HG Okuno, H Kitano
International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence 17 (1), 1425-1436, 2001
1642001
Blind separation and dereverberation of speech mixtures by joint optimization
T Yoshioka, T Nakatani, M Miyoshi, HG Okuno
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 19 (1), 69-84, 2010
1442010
Real-time sound source localization and separation for robot audition
K Nakadai, HG Okuno, H Kitano
Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2002
1302002
Applying scattering theory to robot audition system: Robust sound source localization and extraction
K Nakadai, D Matsuura, HG Okuno, H Kitano
Proceedings 2003 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and …, 2003
1142003
Robotics visual and auditory system
K Nakadai, H Okuno, H Kitano
US Patent App. 10/539,047, 2009
1062009
Instrument identification in polyphonic music: Feature weighting to minimize influence of sound overlaps
T Kitahara, M Goto, K Komatani, T Ogata, HG Okuno
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2007, 1-15, 2006
1022006
A modeling of singing voice robust to accompaniment sounds and its application to singer identification and vocal-timbre-similarity-based music information retrieval
H Fujihara, M Goto, T Kitahara, HG Okuno
IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing 18 (3), 638-648, 2010
1012010
Human-robot interaction through real-time auditory and visual multiple-talker tracking
HG Okuno, K Nakadai, KI Hidai, H Mizoguchi, H Kitano
Proceedings 2001 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and …, 2001
982001
Automatic synchronization between lyrics and music CD recordings based on Viterbi alignment of segregated vocal signals
H Fujihara, M Goto, J Ogata, K Komatani, T Ogata, HG Okuno
Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM'06), 257-264, 2006
922006
Enhanced robot speech recognition based on microphone array source separation and missing feature theory
S Yamamoto, JM Valin, K Nakadai, J Rouat, F Michaud, T Ogata, ...
Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and …, 2005
882005
Robust recognition of simultaneous speech by a mobile robot
JM Valin, S Yamamoto, J Rouat, F Michaud, K Nakadai, HG Okuno
IEEE transactions on robotics 23 (4), 742-752, 2007
872007
Robot acoustic device and robot acoustic system
K Nakadai, H Okuno, H Kitano
US Patent 7,215,786, 2007
872007
Improvement of recognition of simultaneous speech signals using av integration and scattering theory for humanoid robots
K Nakadai, D Matsuura, HG Okuno, H Tsujino
Speech Communication 44 (1-4), 97-112, 2004
862004
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