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Conference Publications

Conferences:
  1. Sai Gunaranjan  Pelluri and Thippur V. Sreenivas, "Parameter Estimation of a Moving  Acoustic Source: Linear Chirplet  Transform Vs WVD", in Proc. 23rd National Conference on Communications (NCC), Madras, 2017.
  2. Arthi  S, Adhithya K R and Thippur V. Sreenivas, "Perceptual Evaluation of Simulated  Auditory Source Width Expansion", in Proc. 23rd National Conference on Communications (NCC), Madras, 2017.
  3. Neeraj Sharma, Shreepad  Potadar, Srikanth Raj Chetupalli and  Thippur V. Sreenivas, "Mel-Scale Sub-band Modelling for  Perceptually Improved Time-Scale  Modification of Speech and Audio  Signals", in Proc. 23rd National Conference on Communications (NCC), Madras, 2017.
  4. H. Sundar, G. D. Manavalan, T. V. Sreenivas and C. S.  Seelamantula, "Reverberation-Robust One-Bit TDOA Based Moving Source Localization for Automatic Camera Steering," to appear in Proceedings of Interspeech 2016.
  5. Srikanth Raj Chetupalli, Anand Gopalakrishnan, T. V. Sreenivas, ‘‘Feature Selection and Model Optimization for Semi-supervised Speaker Spotting,’’ to appear in Proceedings of EUSIPCO2016, Budapest, Hungary, Aug 29-Sep 2, 2016
  6. Harshavardhan S. and T.V. Sreenivas, "Who Spoke What? A Latent Variable Framework for the Joint Decoding of Multiple Speakers and Their Keywords", to appear in IEEE Int. Conf. of Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), IISc Bangalore, India, 2016.
  7.  Harshavardhan S. and T.V. Sreenivas,"Reverberation Robust TDOA Estimation Using Convex Region Prior", to appear in IEEE Int. Conf. of Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), IISc Bangalore, India, 2016. 
  8. Sreejith T. M.Joshin P. K.Harshavardhan S. and T.V. Sreenivas, "TDE Sign Based Homing Algorithm for Sound Source Tracking Using a Y-shaped Microphone Array", EUSIPCO 2015, Nice, France. 
  9. Sai Gunaranjan Pelluri, T.V. Sreenivas, "Arbitrary Trajectory Estimation of a Moving Acoustic Source", presented in 138th Audio Engineering Society Convention, Warsaw, Poland, 2015.
  10. Neeraj Sharma, Sai Gunaranjan Pelluri, and T.V. Sreenivas, "Moving Sound Source Parameter Estimation Using A Single Microphone And Signal Extrema Samples", to appear in IEEE Int. Conf. of Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brisbane, Australia, 2015. [Click for: paperposter]
  11. Arthi Subramaniam and T. V. Sreenivas, "Influence Of Time-varying Pitch On Timbre: 'Coherence And Incoherence' Based On Spectral Centroid ", to appear in IEEE Int. Conf. of Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brisbane, Australia, 2015.[Click for: paperpresentation]
  12. Ranjani H. G. and T. V. Sreenivas, "Multi-instrument Detection in Polyphonic Music using Gaussian Mixture based Factorial HMM", to appear in IEEE Int. Conf. of Acoustic, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Brisbane, Australia, 2015.
  13. Srikanth Raj Chetupalli, Sreenivas Thippur V., "Successive Approximation Algorithm for LPC Estimation Using Sparse Residual Constraint," to appear in Proc. of National Conference on Communication (NCC), Mumbai, India, Feb 27-Mar 1, 2015.
  14. Neeraj Sharma, "Time-instant sampling based encoding of time-varying acoustic spectrum ",  AIP Conference Proceedings, 1703, 100003 (2015). [Click for: paper]
  15. Neeraj Sharma, and T. V. Sreenivas, "Event-triggered sampling and reconstruction of sparse trigonometric polynomials", IEEE Int. Conf. of Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), IISc Bangalore, India, 2014. [Click for: paper, slides]
  16. Chetupalli, Srikanth Raj, and T. V. Sreenivas, "Time varying linear prediction using sparsity constraints." IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust., Speech, Signal Proc., (ICASSP), Florence, Italy, 2014.
  17. Ranjani H. G. and T V Sreenivas, "Grouping carnatic music notes using a multi- gram language model", in Proceedings of Acoustics 2013, New Delhi, India.
  18. Arthi Subramaniam and T. V. Sreenivas, "Timbre perception of time-varying signals - Influence of pitch on timbre", in Proceedings of Acoustics 2013, New Delhi, India.
  19. Ranjani, H.G. and T. V. Sreenivas, “Hierarchical Classification of Carnatic Music Forms”, 14th Intl. Soc. Music Information Retrieval Conf. (ISMIR), Curitiba, Brazil, 3-8 Nov 2013.
  20. Jarle Bauck Hamar, Rama Sanand Doddipatla, Torbjrn Svendsen and Thippur Sreenivas, “Non-Negative Durational HMM,” IEEE Int. Workshop Machine Learning for Signal Processing, (MLSP), Southampton, UK, Sept., 2013.
  21. Harshavardhan Sundar, Ranjani H. G. and T. V. Sreenivas, “Students-t Mixture Model based Multi-instrument Recognition in Polyphonic Music,” IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust., Speech, Signal Proc., (ICASSP), Vancover, Canada, May 2013.
  22. Nandini Bondale and TV Sreenivas, “Emotiphons: Emotion markers in Conversational Speech - Comparison across Indian Languages,” Int. Conf. Computational Linguistics (COLING), SAAIP (”Sentiment Analysis where AI meets Psychology”) Workshop, IIT-Bombay, Mumbai, Dec 2012.
  23. Arthi Subramaniam and T. V. Sreenivas, "Timbre and Phonetic JND of Diphthong" 133rd AES Convention, San Francisco 2012.
  24. Srikanth Raj Chetupalli and T.V. Sreenivas, "Joint Pitch-Analysis Formant-Synthesis Framework for Compressive Sensing Recovery of Speech", Proc. Interspeech, Oregon, Sep 2012.
  25. Sayan Ghosh and T.V.Sreenivas, "Automatic Speech Segmentation Using Probabilistic Latent Component Modeling", Proc. Interspeech, Oregon, Sep 2012.
  26. Neeraj Sharma. and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Sparse Signal Reconstruction Based on Signal Dependent Non-uniform Samples," Proc. IEEE Int Conf. Acoust. Speech, Signal Proc.(ICASSP), Kyoto, Mar 2012. [Click for: poster]
  27. Sayan Ghosh, K. Vijay Girish and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Relationship between Indian Languages Using Long Distance Bigram Language Models," Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Natural Lang. Proc. (ICON), Chennai, Dec 2011. [link]
  28. Ranjani, H.G., Arthi, S. and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Carnatic music analysis: Shadja, Swara identification and rAga verification in AlApana using stochastic models," Proc. IEEE Work. Appl. Signal Proc. Audio Acoust., Mohonk, Oct. 2011. [link]
  29. M.R. Gajjar, T.V Sreenivas and R. Govindarajan, ''Fast acoustic likelihood computation using low-rank matrix approximation," Proc. IEEE Work. Signal Proc. Syst. (SiPS), Beirut, Oct 2011.[link]
  30. Ch Srikanth Raj and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Time-Varying Signal Adaptive transform and IHT recovery of compressive sensed speech," Proc. Interspeech, Florence, Italy, Aug. 2011.[link]
  31. Ch. Srikanth Raj and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Compressive Sensing for Music Signals: Comparison of transforms with coherent dictionaries," 42nd Audio Engg. Soc. Conf., Ilmenau, Germany, July 2011.[link]
  32. Ajay, S. and T.V. Sreenivas, ''Multi-channel Iterative Dereverberation based on Codebook Constrained Iterative Multi-channel Wiener Filter," Proc. INTERSPEECH, Chiba, Sep 2010.[link]
  33. Harshavardhan, S. and T.V. Sreenivas, "ROBUST MIXTURE MODELING USING T-DISTRIBUTION:
    APPLICATION TO SPEAKER-ID,"Proc. INTERSPEECH, Chiba, Sep 2010.[link]
  34. Harshavardhan, S. and T.V. Sreenivas and S. Chandra Sekhar, ''A MULTIMODAL DENSITY FUNCTION
    ESTIMATION APPROACH TO FORMANT TRACKING," Proc. INTERSPEECH, Chiba, Sep 2010.[link]
  35. Nishanth Ulhas Nair and T.V Sreenivas, “Multi Pattern Viterbi Algorithm,” Proc. IEEE TENCON, Singapore, Nov 2009. [link]
  36. Nadir, C.I. and T.V Sreenivas, “Enhancement of Binaural Speech Using Codebook Constrained Iterative Binaural Wiener Filter,” Proc. Interspeech, Glasgow, Sep 2009. [link]
  37. T.V. Sreenivas and W. Bastiaan Kleijn, “Compressive sensing for sparsely excited speech signals,” Proc.IEEE Int Conf. Acoust. Speech, Signal Proc., Taipei, Taiwan, Apr 2009. [link]
  38. Saikat Chatterjee and T.V. Sreenivas “Analysis-by-synthesis based switched transform domain split vq using gaussian mixture model,” Proc. IEEE Int Conf. Acoust. Speech, Signal Proc., Taipei, Taiwan, Apr 2009. [link]
  39. Gowtham Krishna B. and T.V. Sreenivas, “A comparative study of speaker adaptation methods,” Proc.IEEE TENCON, Hyderabad, Nov 2008. [link]
  40. K.V.S. Narayana and T.V. Sreenivas, “Comparison of IF estimation methods for noise robustness,” Proc.IEEE TENCON, Hyderabad, Nov 2008. [link]
  41. Nishanth U. Nair and T.V. Sreenivas, “Multi Pattern Dynamic Time Warping for Automatic Speech Recognition,” Proc. IEEE TENCON, Hyderabad, Nov 2008. [link]
  42. Mrugesh R. Gajjar, R. Govindarajan, T.V. Sreenivas, ”Online unsupervised pattern discovery in speech using parallelization,” Proc. INTERSPEECH, Brisbane, Australia, Sep 2008. [link]
  43. K.V.S. Narayana and T.V. Sreenivas, “Comparison of AM-FM Based Features For Robust Speech Recognition,” Proc. INTERSPEECH, Brisbane, Australia, Sep 2008. [link]
  44. Krishna Nand, K and T.V. Sreenivas, “Two stage iterative wiener filtering for speech enhancement,” Proc.INTERSPEECH, Brisbane, Australia, Sep 2008. [link]
  45. Achintya Kundu, Saikat Chatterjee and T.V. Sreenivas, ”Subspace Based Speech Enhancement Using Gaussian Mixture Model,” Proc. INTERSPEECH, Brisbane, Australia, Sep 2008. [link]
  46. Saikat Chatterjee and T.V. Sreenivas, “Low Complexity Wideband LSF Quantization Using GMM of Uncorrelated Gaussian Mixtures” Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf (EUSIPCO), Switzerland, Aug 2008. [link]
  47. Nishanth U. Nair and T.V. Sreenivas, “Forward/Backward Algorithms For Joint Multi Pattern Speech Recognition”, Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf (EUSIPCO), Switzerland, Aug 2008. [link]
  48. Achintya Kundu, Saikat Chatterjee and T.V. Sreenivas, “Speech Enhancement using Intra-frame Dependency in DCT Domain”, Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf (EUSIPCO), Switzerland, Aug 2008. [link]
  49. A.S. Murthy, S. Chandra Sekhar and T.V. Sreenivas, “Optimal local polynomial regression of noisy time varying signals,” Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf (EUSIPCO), Switzerland, Aug 2008. [link]
  50. A.S. Murthy, S. Chandra Sekhar and T.V. Sreenivas, “Adaptive window for local polynomial regression from noisy non-uniform samples,” Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf (EUSIPCO), Switzerland, Aug 2008. [link]
  51. Nithin S, Suresh K, TV Sreenivas: “Low complexity Bit allocation algorithms for AAC encoding,” Proc.Audio Engg Soc 124th Convention, Amsterdam, May 2008. [link]
  52. Suresh K and TV Sreenivas: “Linear Filtering in MDCT domain,” Proc. Audio Engg. Soc. 124th Convention, Amsterdam, May 2008. [link]
  53. Achintya Kundu, Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “GMM based bayesian approach to speech enhancement in signal/transform domain,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech and Signal Proc., Apr 2008. [link]
  54. Basavaraja SV and TV Sreenivas: “Pruned Universal Symbol Sequences for LZW based Language identification,” 6th Odyssy IEEE Work. Speech and Language Recognition, Stellenbosch, South Africa, Jan 2008. [link]
  55. Narayana KVS and TV Sreenivas: “AM-FM demodulation using zero crossings and local peaks,” Proc. National Conf. Communications (NCC), New Delhi, Feb 2008. [link]
  56. TV Sreenivas, S. Wabnik and G. Schuller, “Reduced Rate Ultra Low Delay Audio Coder using Multistage Vector Quantization,” IEEE 41st Asilomar Conf. Signals, Syst. Comp., California, USA, Nov 2007.  [link]
  57. Prasanta Ghosh: “Speech segmentation using extrema based signal track length measure,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech Signal Proc. (ICASSP), pp IV-1065-68, Apr 2007. [link]
  58. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Gaussian Mixture Model Based Switched Split Vector Quantization of LSF Parameters,” Proc. 7th IEEE Int. Symp. Signal Proc. and Inf. Tech. (ISSPIT), Cairo, Egypt, Dec 2007. [link]
  59. Suresh K and TV Sreenivas: “DIRECT MDCT DOMAIN PSYCHOACOUSTIC MODELING,” Proc. 7th IEEE Int. Symp. Signal Proc. and Inf. Tech. (ISSPIT), Cairo, Egypt, Dec 2007. [link]
  60. K Suresh and TV Sreenivas: “MDCT domain analysis and synthesis of reverberation for parametric stereo audio,” Proc. 123rd Audio Engg Convention, New York, Oct 2007. [link]
  61. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Normalized Two Stage SVQ for Minimum Complexity Wide-band LSF Quantization,” Proc. INTERSPEECH 2007 - Eurospeech, Antwerp, Belgium, Aug 2007. [link]
  62. A Sreenivasa Murthy, S Chandra Sekhar and TV Sreenivas: “Robust and high resolution voiced/unvoiced classification in noisy speech,” Proc. INTERSPEECH 2007-Eurospeech, Antwerp, Belgium, Aug 2007. [link]
  63. Nishanth U. Nair and TV Sreenivas: “Joint Decoding of Multiple Speech Patterns for Robust Speech Recognition,” Proc. 10th IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop, Kyoto, Japan, Dec 2007. [link]
  64. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Sequential split vector quantization of LSF parameters using conditional PDF,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech and Signal Proc., Hawaii, Apr 2007. [link]
  65. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Joint inter-frame and intra-frame predictive coding of LSF parameters,” Proc. Int. Symp. Signal Proc. Appl. (ISSPA), Sharjah, Feb 2007. [link]
  66. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Computationally efficient optimum weighting function for vector quantization of LSF parameters,” Proc. Int. Symp. Signal Proc. Appl. (ISSPA), Sharjah, Feb 2007. [link]
  67. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Two Stage Transform Vector Quantization of LSFs for Wideband Speech Coding,” Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (INTERSPEECH 2006 ICSLP), Sep 2006. [link]
  68. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “Comparison of Prediction Based LSF Quantization Methods using Split VQ,” Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (INTERSPEECH 2006 ICSLP), Sep 2006. [link]
  69. SV Basavaraja and TV Sreenivas: “Low Complexity LID using Pruned Pattern Tables of LZW,” Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (INTERSPEECH 2006 ICSLP), Sep 2006. [link]
  70. SV Basavaraja and TV Sreenivas: “LZW based distance measures for spoken language identification,” Proc. Odyssy: IEEE Work. Speech and Language Recognition, Puerto Rico, Jun 2006. [link]
  71. S Chandra Sekhar, Sridhar Pilli, Lakshmikanth, C and TV Sreenivas: “Novel Auditory Motivated Subband Temporal Envelope Based Fundamental Frequency Estimation Algorithm,” European Signal Proc Conf(EUSIPCO), Italy, Sep 2006. [link]
  72. Krishna Kumar, S and TV Sreenivas: “A Hybrid Pre-Whitening Technique for Detection of Additive Spread Spectrum Watermarks in Audio Signals,” Proc. European Signal Proc Conf. (EUSIPCO), Italy, Sep 2006. [link]
  73. Prasanta Ghosh and TV Sreenivas: “Extrema Based Unwarping for Time-Varying Pitch Estimation,” Proc. National Conf. Communications (NCC), New Delhi, Jan 2006. [link]
  74. Prasanta Ghosh and TV Sreenivas: “Dynamic Programming based Optimum Non-uniform Samples for Speech Reconstruction and Coding,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Toulouse, France, May 2006. [link]
  75. Saikat Chatterjee and TV Sreenivas: “A Mixed-Split Scheme for 2-D DPCM Based LSF Quantization,” Proc. IEEE TENCON, Melbourne, Australia, 2005. [link]
  76. V Ramasubramanian, P Srinivas and TV Sreenivas: “Stochastic Pronunciation Modeling by Ergodic-HMM of Acoustic Sub-word Units,” Proc. INTERSPEECH-Eurospeech, Portugal, Sep 2005. [link]
  77. Sunil, T and TV Sreenivas: “Speech Enhancement using Markov Model of Speech Segments,” Proc. INTERSPEECH-Eurospeech, Portugal, Sep 2005. [link]
  78. Anindya Sarkar and TV Sreenivas: “Dynamic programming based segmentation approach to LSF matrix reconstruction,” Proc. INTERSPEECH-Eurospeech, Portugal, Sep 2005. [link]
  79. Prasanta K. Ghosh and TV Sreenivas: “Waveform Reconstruction from Non-uniform Samples with Application to Speech Coding,” Proc. IEEE-EURASIP Workshop Non-linear Signal and Image processing (NSIP), Sapporo, Japan, May 2005. [link]
  80. HV Sharada, Santosh Kumar, SA, V Ramasubramanian, TV Sreenivas: “High performance language identification using broad phonetic categories,” Int. Conf. Speech & Lang. Technology and oriental COCOSDA, New Delhi, Nov 2004. [link]
  81. Santosh Kumar, SA and V Ramasubramanian: “Automatic language identification using ergodic-HMM,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Philadelphia, Apr 2005. [link]
  82. Sharath Rao, K. and TV Sreenivas: “Matrix quantization based time-varying filter speech enhancement,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Philadelphia, Apr 2005. [link]
  83. Anindya Sarkar and TV Sreenivas: “Automatic speech segmentation using average level crossing rate information,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Philadelphia, Apr 2005. [link]
  84. Kiran GV and TV Sreenivas: “A new hearing aid algorithm based on spectral contrast,” Int. Hearing Aid Conference, USA, 2004. [link]
  85. Krishna Kumar, S and TV Sreenivas: “Analysis of increased correlation in blind audio watermark detection,” Int. Conf. Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), Bangalore, Dec 2004. [link]
  86. Krishna AG and TV Sreenivas: “Shared mixture GMM classifier,” Int. Conf. Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), Bangalore, Dec 2004. [link]
  87. Krishna Kumar, S and TV Sreenivas: “Increased Correlation in Blind Audio Watermark Detection - A Blessing in Disguise?” 117th Audio Engineering Society Convention (AES), San Francisco, USA, Oct 2004. [link]
  88. Sharath Rao, K, TV Sreenivas and A Sreenivasa Murthy: “Improved Iterative Wiener Filtering for non-stationary noise speech enhancement,” Proc. 8th Int Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (ICSLP), Jeju Island, Korea, Oct 2004. [link]
  89. Kiran GV, Krishna AG and TV Sreenivas: “Neural ”Spike rate spectrum” as a noise robust, speaker invariant feature for automatic speech recognition,” Proc. 8th Int Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (ICSLP), Jeju Island, Korea, Oct 2004. [link]
  90. Sameer Badaskar and TV Sreenivas: “Mixture Gaussian Model Training against Impostor Model Parameters: An application to Speaker Identification,” Proc. 8th Int Conf. Spoken Lang. Proc. (ICSLP), Jeju Island, Korea, Oct 2004. [link]
  91. AG Krishna and TV Sreenivas: “Music instrument recognition: From isolated notes to solo phrases,” Proc.IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Montreal, Apr 2004. [link]
  92. V Ramasubramanian and TV Sreenivas: “Automatically derived units for segment vocoders,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Montreal, Apr 2004. [link]
  93. S Chandra Sekhar and TV Sreenivas: “Novel approach to AM-FM decomposition with applications to speech and music analysis,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Montreal, Apr 2004. [link]
  94. Jitendra K Gupta, S Chandra Sekhar and TV Sreenivas: “Performance analysis of AM-FM estimators,” Proc. IEEE TENCON.,, Bangalore, Dec 2003. [link]
  95. V Ramasubramanian, AKV SaiJayram and TV Sreenivas: “Language identification using parallel sub-word recognition - an Ergodic HMM equivalence,” Proc. 8th European Conf. Speech Comm. Tech. (EUROSPEECH), Geneva, Sept 2003. [link]
  96. GV Kiran and TV Sreenivas: “A novel method of analyzing and comparing responses of hearing aid algorithms using auditory time-frequency representation,” Proc. 8th European Conf. Speech Comm. Tech.(EUROSPEECH), Geneva, Sept 2003. [link]
  97. AKV SaiJayram, V Ramasubramanian and TV Sreenivas: “Language identification using parallel sub-word recognition,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Hong Kong, Apr 2003. [link]
  98. S Chandra Sekhar and TV Sreenivas: “Instantaneous frequency estimation using level-crossing information,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Hong Kong, Apr 2003. [link]
  99. S. Chandra Sekhar and T.V. Sreenivas, ‘Polynomial instantaneous frequency estimation using level-crossing information’, Proc. IEEE-EURASIP Workshop on Non-linear Signal and Image Processing (NSIP) - 2003, Grado, Italy. [link]
  100. Mukundh Nagarajan and TV Sreenivas: “Product-HMM: A novel class of HMMs for sub- sequence modelling,” Proc. Workshop Spoken Language Proc. (WSLP), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,Mumbai, pp 117-124, Jan 2003. [link]
  101. GV Kiran and TV Sreenivas: “One parameter control gammachirp filterbank for auditory models,” Proc. Workshop Spoken Language Proc. (WSLP), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, pp 41-48, Jan 2003. [link]
  102. V Ramasubramanian, AKV SaiJayram and TV Sreenivas: “Language identification using parallel phone recognition,” Proc. Workshop Spoken Language Proc. (WSLP), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, pp 109-116, Jan 2003. [link]
  103. Kumar Brajbhushan and TV Sreenivas: “Multi-stage mixture PCA for GMM based speaker identification,” submitted to Int. Conf. Spoken Language Processing, (ICSLP), Denver, USA, Sep 2002. (not accepted)
  104. AKV SaiJayram, V Ramasubramanian and TV Sreenivas: “Automatic language identification using acoustic sub-word units,” Proc. Int. Conf. Spoken Language Processing, (ICSLP), Denver, USA, Sep 2002. [link]
  105. B Ravikumar, DK Joseph and TV Sreenivas: “Teager energy based blood cell segmentation,” 14th Intnl Conf Digital Signal Processing (DSP2002), Santorini, Greece, July 1-3, 2002. [link]
  106. AKV SaiJayram, V Ramasubramanian and TV Sreenivas: “Robust parameters for automatic segmentation of speech,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Florida, USA, May 2002. [link]
  107. B Ravikumar and TV Sreenivas: “Teager energy based approach to ECG signal enhancement,’ Proc. Intnl.Conf. Biomedical Engg. (BioVision), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Dec 2001. [link]
  108. S Satheesh and TV Sreenivas: “A switched DPCM/Subband coder for pre-echo reduction,” Proc. Eur. Conf. Speech Comm. Tech. (EUROSPEECH), Aalbord, Denmark, Sept 2001. [link]
  109. GSV Uma Kishore and TV Sreenivas: “Discriminatively derived lifter for robust speech recognition,” Proc.Conf. Signal Proc. and Comm. (SPCOM-01), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Jul 2001. [link]
  110. S Chandra Sekhar, G Viswanath and TV Sreenivas: “Zero-crossing based approach to tracking instantaneous frequency,”Proc. IEEE-EURASIP Workshop Non-linear Signal and Image Processing, Maryland, USA, Jun 2001. [link]
  111. B Mondal and TV Sreenivas: “Mixture Gaussian envelope chirp model for speech and audio,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Phoenix, USA, May 2001. [link]
  112. TV Sreenivas, VC Raykar and R Raman, “Head related impulse response interpolation for dynamic spatialization,” TI DSP Conference, Bangalore, Nov 2000. [link]
  113. JV Avadhanulu, M. Mathew and TV Sreenivas: ”EarLyzer: Perceptually motivated robust TFR of speech,” Proc. Eur. Conf. Speech Comm. Tech. (EUROSPEECH), Budapest, Hungary, Vol.6, pp 2765-68., Sept 1999. [link]
  114. TV Sreenivas and S Sunil: ”DTW distortion profile for robust speech recognition,” Proc. Int. Conf. Speech Proc. (ICSP), Korea, Aug 1999. [link]
  115. M Anand and TV Sreenivas: ”Estimation of optimum model order of HMMs,” Proc. Int. Conf. Speech Proc. (ICSP), Korea, Aug 1999. [link]
  116. TV Sreenivas and M Dietz: ”Vector quantization of scale factors in advanced audio coder(AAC),” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech. Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Seattle, USA, Apr 1998. [link]
  117. TV Sreenivas and M Dietz: ”Improved AAC performance @64 Kb/s using VQ,” Proc. 104th Audio Engg Soc. Conv. (AES), Amsterdam, Prepr-4750, May 1998. [link]
  118. TV Sreenivas, Chaco Thomas and K Sandeep: ”Audio spatialization through quasi-stereo”, Int. Conf. Signal Proc. Appl. Tech.(ICSPAT), San Diego, CA, USA, Sept 1997. [link]
  119. RNV Sitaram and TV Sreenivas: ”Connected phoneme HMMs with implicit duration modelling for confusable word recognition”, Int. Conf. Speech Processing (ICSP), Seoul, Korea, Aug 1997. [link]
  120. RNV Sitaram and TV Sreenivas: ”Scalar quantization in Discrete Hidden Markov Models for better performance”, Int. Conference on Speech Processing (ICSP), Seoul, Korea, Aug 1997. [link]
  121. S Sunil, S Palit and TV Sreenivas,‘HMM based fast keyword spotting algorithm with no garbage models,’ Int. Conf. Speech Proc. (ICSP), Seoul, Korea, Aug 1997. [link]
  122. G Viswanath and TV Sreenivas, ‘Cross-terms and aliasing in two quadratic TFRs: Cone kernel representation and Instantaneous power spectrum,’ IEEE Symp. Intelligent Systems, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012, Nov. 1996. [link]
  123. RNV Sitaram and TV Sreenivas, ‘On incorporating phonemic constraints in HMMs for speech recognition,’ Proc. European Conf. Speech Comm. Technology (EUROSPEECH), Madrid, Spain, Sep 1995. [link]
  124. RNV Sitaram and TV Sreenivas, ‘Continuous speech phoneme recognition using two stage probablistic modelling,’ Proc. European Signal Proc. Conf. (EUSIPCO), Edinburgh, UK, Sep 1994. [link]
  125. RNV Sitaram and TV Sreenivas, ‘Phoneme recognition in continuous speech using large inhomogeneous hiddenMarkov models,’ Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Adelaide, Australia, Apr 1994. [link]
  126. TV Sreenivas, ‘Speech coding for PCS using perceptual entropy,’ (invited paper) Proc. IETE Annual Tech. Convention, Hyderabad, Oct 1993. [link]
  127. S Stalin and TV Sreenivas, ‘MLP network optimization using vectorized backpropagation and automatic pruning,’ Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Neural Networks (ICNN), San Fransisco, USA, Mar 1993. [link]
  128. AS Prabhavathy and TV Sreenivas, ‘Auditory model based robust spectral estimation,’ Proc. Discussion Meeting on Recent Advances in Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Jan 1993. [link]
  129. AS Prabhavathy and TV Sreenivas, ‘Noise robustness in multi-level crossing interval based method of spectral estimation,’ Proc. Australian Conf. Speech Science and Technology, Brisbane, Australia, Dec. 1992. [link]
  130. AV Srikumar and TV Sreenivas, ‘Improvements to CELP 4.8Kb/sec,’ Int. Symp. Signals, Systems and Electronics, Paris, France, Sep. 1992. [link]
  131. AS Prabhavathy and TV Sreenivas, ‘Ear as a spectrum analyzer,’ Int. Workshop on Speech, Music and Signal Processing, Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, Dec. 1991. [link]
  132. TV Sreenivas, Unnikrishnan VS and D Narayana Dutt, ‘Pruned neural network for artifact reduction in EEG signal,’ Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Engg. Medicine and Biology Society (IEMBS), Orlando, FL, USA, pp , Nov. 1991. [link]
  133. SW Metz, JA Heinen, RJ Niederjohn and TV Sreenivas, ‘Auditory modeling applied to formant tracking of noise-corrupted speech,’ Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Indust. Engg. (ICIE), USA, pp 2120-2124, Oct. 1991. [link]
  134. TV Sreenivas and Rama Kowsalya, ‘Analysis of DTW algorithms for speech recognition,’ Workshop on Speech Technology for Man-Machine Interaction, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bomaby, Dec.1990. [link]
  135. TV sreenivas, ‘Spectral resolution in a multi-level crossing based method of spectral analysis,’ Proc. Workshop on Signal Processing, Communications & Networking, Indian Institute of Science, pp 290-298, Jul. 1990. [link]
  136. TV Sreenivas, Karamjeet Singh and RJ Niederjohn, ‘Spectral resolution and noise robustness in Auditory Modelling,’ Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Acoust. Speech and Signal Proc. (ICASSP), Albuquerque, NM, USA, pp 817-820, Apr. 1990. [link]
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