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Emily Prud'hommeaux
Emily Prud'hommeaux
Gianinno Family Assistant Professor, Boston College
Verified email at bc.edu - Homepage
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Fully automated neuropsychological assessment for detecting mild cognitive impairment
M Lehr, E Prud'hommeaux, I Shafran, B Roark
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communicationá…, 2012
952012
Automated assessment of prosody production
JPH Van Santen, ET Prud’hommeaux, LM Black
Speech communication 51 (11), 1082-1097, 2009
812009
Computational prosodic markers for autism
JPH Van Santen, ET Prud'Hommeaux, LM Black, M Mitchell
Autism 14 (3), 215-236, 2010
632010
Semantic text summarization of long videos
S Sah, S Kulhare, A Gray, S Venugopalan, E Prud'Hommeaux, R Ptucha
2017 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV), 989-997, 2017
532017
Classification of atypical language in autism
E Prud’hommeaux, B Roark, LM Black, J van Santen
Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on cognitive modeling and computationalá…, 2011
35*2011
ASR for documenting acutely under-resourced indigenous languages
R Jimerson, E Prud’hommeaux
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resourcesá…, 2018
292018
Distributional semantic models for the evaluation of disordered language
M Rouhizadeh, E Prud'Hommeaux, B Roark, J Van Santen
Proceedings of the conference. association for computational linguisticsá…, 2013
292013
Hallucinated n-best lists for discriminative language modeling
K Sagae, M Lehr, E Prud'hommeaux, P Xu, N Glenn, D Karakos, ...
2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signalá…, 2012
292012
Graph-based word alignment for clinical language evaluation
E Prud'hommeaux, B Roark
Computational Linguistics 41 (4), 549-578, 2015
262015
Quantitative analysis of pitch in speech of children with neurodevelopmental disorders
G Kiss, JPH Santen, E Prud'Hommeaux, LM Black
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communicationá…, 2012
242012
Discriminative joint modeling of lexical variation and acoustic confusion for automated narrative retelling assessment
M Lehr, I Shafran, E Prud’hommeaux, B Roark
Proceedings of the 2013 Conference of the North American Chapter of theá…, 2013
222013
Detecting linguistic idiosyncratic interests in autism using distributional semantic models
M Rouhizadeh, E Prud’hommeaux, J van Santen, R Sproat
Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinicalá…, 2014
192014
Extraction of narrative recall patterns for neuropsychological assessment
ET Prud'hommeaux, B Roark
Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2011
192011
Automatic detection of pragmatic deficits in children with autism
E Prud’hommeaux, M Rouhizadeh
The... Workshop on Child, Computer and Interaction 2012, 1, 2012
182012
Neural polysynthetic language modelling
L Schwartz, F Tyers, L Levin, C Kirov, P Littell, C Lo, E Prud'hommeaux, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.05477, 2020
152020
Improving asr output for endangered language documentation
R Jimerson, K Simha, R Ptucha, E Prud'hommeaux
The 6th intl. workshop on spoken language technologies for under-resourcedá…, 2018
152018
Semi-supervised discriminative language modeling for Turkish ASR
A Celebi, H Sak, E Dikici, M Sarašlar, M Lehr, E Prud'hommeaux, P Xu, ...
2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signalá…, 2012
152012
Automatic speech recognition for supporting endangered language documentation
E Prud'hommeaux, R Jimerson, R Hatcher, K Michelson
Language documentation and conservation 15, 2021
142021
Natural Language Insights from Code Reviews that Missed a Vulnerability: A Large Scale Study of Chromium
N Munaiah, BS Meyers, CO Alm, A Meneely, PK Murukannaiah, ...
Engineering Secure Software and Systems: 9th International Symposium, ESSoSá…, 2017
142017
Alignment of spoken narratives for automated neuropsychological assessment
ET Prud'hommeaux, B Roark
2011 IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition & Understanding, 484-489, 2011
142011
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