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Results of The 2015 NIST Language Recognition Evaluation

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

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

On the Internet Connectivity in Africa

Assane Gueye, Peter M. Mell, Desire Banse, Faical Y. Congo
This study measures and documents growth of Internet connectivity in Africa from 2010 to 2014 with a focus on inter-country relationships. We evaluate both

Analysis of the Second Phase of the 2013-2014 i-Vector Machine Learning Challenge

Desire Banse, G R. Doddington, Craig S. Greenberg, John M. Howard, Alvin F. Martin, Daniel Garcia-Romero, John J. Godfrey, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero, Lisa Mason, Alan McCree, Douglas A. Reynolds
In late 2013 and 2014, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) coordinated an i-vector challenge utilizing data from previous NIST Speaker

NIST Language Recognition Evaluation – Plans For 2015

Alvin F. Martin, Craig S. Greenberg, John M. Howard, Desire Banse, G R. Doddington, Jaime Hernandez-Cordero, Lisa Mason
We discuss two NIST coordinated evaluations of automatic language recognition technology planned for calendar year 2015 along with possible additional plans for