Technical Program

T4: The MGB Challenge - Recognition of Multi-Genre Broadcast Data

Session Type: Poster
Poster Time: Tuesday, December 15, 15:30 - 17:00
Location: Earth + Air + Fire
Session Chair: Khe Chai Sim, National University of Singapore
 
T4.1: THE 2015 SHEFFIELD SYSTEM FOR TRANSCRIPTION OF MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST MEDIA
         Oscar Saz; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Mortaza Doulaty; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Salil Deena; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Rosanna Milner; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Raymond W. M. Ng; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Madina Hasan; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Yulan Liu; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Thomas Hain; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
 
T4.2: THE 2015 SHEFFIELD SYSTEM FOR LONGITUDINAL DIARISATION OF BROADCAST MEDIA
         Rosanna Milner; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Oscar Saz; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Salil Deena; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Mortaza Doulaty; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Raymond W. M. Ng; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Thomas Hain; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
 
T4.3: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTION SYSTEMS FOR THE MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST CHALLENGE
         Philip C. Woodland; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Xunying Liu; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Yanmin Qian; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Chao Zhang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Mark J. F. Gales; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Penny Karanasou; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Pierre Lanchantin; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Linlin Wang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 
T4.4: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ALIGNMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST CHALLENGE
         Pierre Lanchantin; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Mark J. F. Gales; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Penny Karanasou; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Xunying Liu; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Yanmin Qian; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Linlin Wang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Philip C. Woodland; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Chao Zhang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 
T4.5: THE NAIST ASR SYSTEM FOR THE 2015 MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST CHALLENGE: ON COMBINATION OF DEEP LEARNING SYSTEMS USING A RANK-SCORE FUNCTION
         Quoc Truong Do; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
         Michael Heck; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
         Sakriani Sakti; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
         Graham Neubig; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
         Tomoki Toda; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
         Satoshi Nakamura; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
 
T4.6: SPEAKER DIARISATION AND LONGITUDINAL LINKING IN MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST DATA
         Penny Karanasou; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Mark J. F. Gales; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Pierre Lanchantin; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Xunying Liu; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Yanmin Qian; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Linlin Wang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Philip C. Woodland; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Chao Zhang; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
 
T4.7: VARIATIONAL BAYESIAN PLDA FOR SPEAKER DIARIZATION IN THE MGB CHALLENGE
         Jesus Villalba; Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
         Alfonso Ortega; Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
         Antonio Miguel; Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
         Eduardo Lleida; Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
 
T4.8: A SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATIC ALIGNMENT OF BROADCAST MEDIA CAPTIONS USING WEIGHTED FINITE-STATE TRANSDUCERS
         Peter Bell; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
         Steve Renals; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
 
T4.9: CRIM AND LIUM APPROACHES FOR MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST MEDIA TRANSCRIPTION
         Vishwa Gupta; Centre de Recherche Informatique de Montreal (CRIM), Canada
         Paul Deleglise; LIUM - University of Le Mans, France
         Gilles Boulianne; Centre de Recherche Informatique de Montreal (CRIM), Canada
         Yannick Esteve; LIUM - University of Le Mans, France
         Sylvain Meignier; LIUM - University of Le Mans, France
         Anthony Rousseau; LIUM - University of Le Mans, France
 
T4.10: THE MGB CHALLENGE: EVALUATING MULTI-GENRE BROADCAST MEDIA RECOGNITION
         Peter Bell; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
         Mark J. F. Gales; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Thomas Hain; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Jonathan Kilgour; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
         Pierre Lanchantin; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Xunying Liu; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Andrew McParland; BBC, United Kingdom
         Steve Renals; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
         Oscar Saz; University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
         Mirjam Wester; University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
         Philip C. Woodland; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom