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Audrey N. Tong

Publications

The 2017 NIST Language Recognition Evaluation

Author(s)
Seyed Omid Sadjadi, Timothée N. Kheyrkhah, Audrey N. Tong, Craig S. Greenberg, Douglas Reynolds, Elliot Singer, Lisa Mason, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero
In 2017, NIST conducted the most recent in an ongoing series of Language Recognition Evaluations (LRE) meant to foster research in robust text- and speaker

Overview of the NIST 2016 LoReHLT Evaluation

Author(s)
Audrey N. Tong, Lukasz L. Diduch, Jonathan G. Fiscus, Yasaman Haghpanah, Shudong Huang, David M. Joy, Kay Peterson, Ian M. Soboroff
Initiated in conjunction with DARPA's Low Resource Languages for Emergent Incidents (LORELEI) Program, the NIST LoReHLT (Low Re-source Human Language Technology

The 2016 NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation

Author(s)
Seyed Omid Sadjadi, Timothée N. Kheyrkhah, Audrey N. Tong, Craig S. Greenberg, Douglas A. Reynolds, Elliot Singer, Lisa Mason, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero
In 2016, NIST conducted the most recent in an ongoing series of speaker recognition evaluations (SRE) to foster research in robust text-independent speaker

Results of The 2015 NIST Language Recognition Evaluation

Author(s)
Hui Zhao, Desire Banse, G R. Doddington, Craig S. Greenberg, Audrey N. Tong, John M. Howard, Alvin F. Martin, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero, Lisa Mason, Douglas A. Reynolds, Elliot Singer
In 2015, NIST conducted the most recent in an ongoing series of Language Recognition Evaluations (LRE) meant to foster research in language recognition. The

Summary of the 2015 NIST Language Recognition i-Vector Machine Learning Challenge

Author(s)
Audrey N. Tong, Craig S. Greenberg, Alvin F. Martin, Desire Banse, John M. Howard, G R. Doddington, Danilo B. Romero, Douglas A. Reynolds, Lisa Mason, Tina Kohler, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero, Elliot Singer, Alan McCree, Lisa Mason
In 2015 NIST coordinated the first language recognition evaluation (LRE) that used i-vectors as input, with the goals of attracting researchers outside of the
Created October 9, 2019