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Martijn Goudbeek, Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics
Daniel Swingley, University of Pennsylvania
Saliency effects in distributional learning

Elisabeth Zetterholm, Lund University
Same speaker - different voices. A study of one impersonator and some of his different imitations

Joseph Perkell, MIT
Sensorimotor control of speech production (plenary)

Katie Drager, University of Canterbury
Social Categories, Grammatical Categories, and the Likelihood of “Like” Monophthongization

Gerry Docherty, Newcastle University
Jennifer Hay, University of Canterbury
Abby Walker, University of Canterbury
Sociophonetic patterning of phrase-final /t/ in New Zealand English

Tharmarajah Thiruvaran, University of New South Wales
Eliathamby Ambikairajah, University of New South Wales
Julien Epps, National ICT Australia
Speaker Identification using FM Features

Michael Wagner, University of Canberra
Speaker Verification Using the Shape of the Glottal Excitation Function for Vowels

David Gunawan, University of New South Wales
D. Sen, University of New South Wales
Spectral Envelope Sensitivity of Musical Instruments

Kamil Wojcicki, Griffith University
Benjamin Shannon, Griffith University
Kuldip Paliwal, Griffith University
Spectral Subtraction with Variance Reduced Noise Spectrum Estimates

Qingning Zeng, University of Auckland
Waleed Abdulla, University of Auckland
Speech Enhancement by Multi-channel Crosstalk Resistant Adaptive Noise Cancellation and Post-filtering

Yao Wang, University of New South Wales
Jiong AN, University of New South Wales
Teddy Surya Gunawan, University of New South Wales
Eliathamby Ambikairajah, University of New South Wales
Speech Enhancement Using Temporal Masking in the FFT Domain

Simone Graetzer, University of Melbourne
Baden Hughes, University of Melbourne
Statistical Verification of Phonemic CV-pair Frequency in Three Related Australian Languages (no pdf available)

John Ingram, University of Queensland
Thu Nguyen, University of Queensland
Stress, tone and word prosody in Vietnamese compounds

Shuai Wang, University of New South Wales
Deep Sen, University of New South Wales
Wenliang Lu, University of New South Wales
Subband Analysis of Time Delay Estimation in STFT Domain