Visual Speech Recognition: Lip Segmentation and Mapping: Lip Segmentation and Mapping
Liew, Alan Wee-Chung
IGI Global, Jan 31, 2009 - Computers - 572 pages
The unique research area of audio-visual speech recognition has attracted much interest in recent years as visual information about lip dynamics has been shown to improve the performance of automatic speech recognition systems, especially in noisy environments.
Visual Speech Recognition: Lip Segmentation and Mapping presents an up-to-date account of research done in the areas of lip segmentation, visual speech recognition, and speaker identification and verification. A useful reference for researchers working in this field, this book contains the latest research results from renowned experts with in-depth discussion on topics such as visual speaker authentication, lip modeling, and systematic evaluation of lip features.
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Lip Feature Extraction and Feature Evaluation in the Context of Speech and Speaker Recognition
Lip Modelling and Sementation
Visual Speech and Gesture Coding Using the MPEG4 Face and Body Animation Standard
Lip Region Segmentation with Complex Background
Lip Contour Extraction from Video Sequences under Natural Lighting Conditions
3D Lip Shape SPH Based Evolution Using Prior 2D Dynamic Lip Features Extraction and Static 3D Lip Measurements
How to Use Manual Labelers in the Evaluation of Lip Analysis Systems?
Visual Speech Processing and Recognition
Motion Features for Visual Speech Recognition
Is It Possible to Extract Prosodic Focus from Lip Features?
Visual Speech Perception Optical Phonetics and Synthetic Speech
Multimodal Speaker Identification Using Discriminative Lip Motion Features
Lip Motion Features for Biometric Person Recognition
About the Contributors
Visual Speech Recognition Across Multiple Views