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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Issue on Error Handling in Spoken Dialogue 2005 with Rolf Carlson and Marc Swerts IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing Special Issue on Spontaneous Speech Processing 2003 with Mary Beckman Shuichi Itahashi Tatsuya Kawahara Mark Liberman and Satoshi Nakamura Language and Speech Special Double Issue on Prosody and Conversation 41 3 4 1999 with Marc Swerts Editorial Boards Computational Linguistics 1990 93 Speech Communication 1993 98 Language and Speech

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Honorary Doctorate Hedersdoktor KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm 2005 IBM Faculty Award Best Paper Award for a paper appearing in Speech Communication in 2003 2004 given by EURASIP for Prosodic and other cues to speech recognition failures Julia Hirschberg Diane Litman and Marc Swerts 2004 1994 Fellow American Association for Artificial Intelligence Best Paper Award Journal of the American Voice I O Society AVIOS 1982 1985 IBM Dissertation Fellowship

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    research in summarization and information extraction from speech speaker state deceptive charismatic and emotional speech prosodic variation and the automatic detection of prosodic events Spoken Dialogue Systems cue phrases turn taking given new information status text to pictures generation dialect identification and prosody in language learning Julia Hirschberg Professor Computer Science Columbia University Department of Computer Science 1214 Amsterdam Avenue M C 0401 450 CS Building New York NY 10027

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    in spoken dialogue ACL 2008 We are also examining acoustic prosodic entrainment The Given New Distinction Agus Gravano Ani Nenkova Gregory Ward Elisa Sneed and I have studied the different ways speakers produce given vs new information in Effect of genre speaker and word class on the realization of given and new information INTERSPEECH 2006 and Intonational overload Uses of the H H L L contour in read and spontaneous speech Laboratory Phonology 9 Misrecognitions Corrections and Error Awareness Diane Litman Marc Swerts and I have studied the prosodic consequences of recognition errors in Spoken Dialogue Systems We are studying whether prosodic features of user utterances can tell us a whether a speech recognition error has occurred as a user reacts to it e g System Did you say you want to go to Baltimore User NO or b whether a user is in fact correcting such a recognition error e g User I want to go to BOSTON We have already found that prosodic features predict recognition errors directly with considerable accuracy in the TOOT train information corpus dialogues Using machine learning techniques we have found that in combination with information already available to the recognizer such as acoustic confidence scores grammar and recognized string prosodic information can distinguish speaker turns that are misrecognized far better than traditional methods for ASR rejection using acoustic confidence scores alone See Julia Hirschberg Diane Litman and Marc Swerts Prosodic and Other Cues to Speech Recognition Failures Speech Communication 2004 We have also studied user corrections of system errors in the TOOT corpus finding also significant prosodic differences between corrections and non corrections that can be used to predict when a user is correcting the system with some success in addition we find interesting and useful correlations between system strategies and types of user corrections as well as evidence for what types of corrections are more successful see Corrections in Spoken Dialogue Systems ICSLP 00 Identifying User Corrections Automatically in Spoken Dialogue Systems NAACL 01 and Characterizing and Prediction Corrections in Spoken Dialogue Computational Linguistics 32 2006 Predicting Prosodic Events Intonational Variation in Synthetic Speech Most of my early work on predicting intonational phrase boundaries and prominences was done in the Text to Speech synthesis group at Bell Labs Some papers describing that work are Philipp Koehn Steven Abney Julia Hirschberg and Michael Collins Improving Intonational Phrasing with Syntactic Information ICASSP 00 Julia Hirschberg and Pilar Prieto Training intonational phrasing rules automatically for English and Spanish Text to Speech Speech Communication 1996 Julia Hirschberg Pitch Accent in Context Predicting Intonational Prominence from Text Artificial Intelligence 1993 and Michelle Wang and Julia Hirschberg Automatic Classification of Intonational Phrase Boundaries Computer Speech and Language 1992 These methods were used to assign intonational variation automatically in the Bell Labs Text to Speech System I also collaborated on two projects in concept to speech generation generating speech from an abstract representation of the concepts to be conveyed One with Shimei Pan and Kathy McKeown of Columbia University

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Identifying Deception Speech Across Cultures AFOSR Trust and Influence 2014 Multiple Dimensions of Entrainment in Spoken Dialogue Lund 2014 Speech to Speech Translation with Clarifications SRI Thunderbolt 2013 Clarification in Spoken Dialogue Systems Modeling User Behavior Ermenonville 2013 Identifying Deceptive Speech Columbia IGERT 2013 Julia Hirschberg Professor Computer Science Columbia University Department of Computer Science 1214 Amsterdam Avenue M C 0401 450 CS Building New York NY 10027 email julia

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Bridging the Semantic Gap between Research Eligibility Criteria and Clinical Data Senior Personnel PI Chunhua Weng 07 01 12 06 30 16 AFOSR Identifying Deceptive Speech Across Cultures co PIs Michelle Levine Barnard and Andrew Rosenberg CUNY 4 15 11 4 14 15 NSF CRI CI ADDO NEW Collaborative Research A Repository for Annotating Multilingual Code Switched Data co PI PI Mona Diab 09 01 2012 08 31 2015 NSF CNS Collaborative Research CI P Creation of an annotated repository of multilingual and multigenre code switched data for several language pairs PI 2 24 10 2 23 11 IARPA Babel Lorelie subcontract to IBM PI Owen Rambow other co PIs Becky Passonneau Nizar Habash Michael Collins 01 01 12 3 31 16 DARPA Broad Operational Language Translation BOLT Thunderbolt subcontractor to SRI Int l Columbia PI 1 1 12 12 31 14 NSF IIS Corpus Based Studies of Lexical Acoustic Prosodic and Discourse Entrainment in Spoken Dialogue PI 09 01 08 08 31 114 NSF IIS RI Medium Collaborative Research From Text to Pictures PI co PI Owen Rambow 9 1 09 8 31 13 NSF CI P Collaborative Research Summarizing Opinion and Speaker Attitude in Speech PI 01 01 2011 1 31 2013 NSF EAGER Using Social Media and Crowdsourcing to Create a New Affect Dictionary PI 09 01 11 08 31 13 NSF IIS HLC 0534568 Collaborative Research Translating Prosody in an English Chinese Language Tutoring System 2 15 06 2 14 09 with Chilin Shih and Gary Cziko University of Illinois DARPA GALE PI Kathleen McKeown Novel Information Gathering and Harvesting Techniques for Intelligence in Global Autonomous Language Environments 9 01 05 subcontracted to SRI International NSF IIS 0325399 ITR Recognizing and Understanding Emotion in Speech 9 1 03 8 31 09 with University of Colorado and

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Learning Prosodic Features using a Tree Representation Proceedings of Eurospeech 2001 Aalborg M Bacchiani J Hirschberg A Rosenberg S Whittaker D Hindle P Isenhour M Jones L Stark and G Zamchick SCANMail Audio Navigation in the Voicemail Domain HLT 2001 San Diego March A K Syrdal J Hirschberg M Beckman and J McGory Automatic ToBI prediction and alignment to speed manual labeling of prosody Speech Communication Special Issue on Speech Annotation and Corpus Tools 33 1 2 January 2000 J Hirschberg and C Avesani Prosodic Disambiguation in English and Italian in A Botinis ed Intonation Analysis Modelling and Technology Kluwer J Hirschberg A Corpus Based Approach to the Study of Speaking Style in Festschrift in Honor of Gosta Bruce ed M Horne Kluwer S Pan and J Hirschberg Modeling Local Context for Pitch Accent Prediction ACL 00 Hong Kong L Stark S Whittaker and J Hirschberg ASR Satisficing The Effects of ASR Accuracy on Speech Retrieval ICSLP 00 Beijing A Rosenberg S Parthasarathy J Hirschberg and S Whittaker Foldering Voicemail Messages by Caller Using Text Independent Speaker Recognition ICSLP 00 Beijing M Swerts D Litman and J Hirschberg Corrections in Spoken Dialogue Systems ICSLP 00 Beijing pages 254 257 J Hirschberg D Litman and M Swerts Prosodic Prediction of Speech Recognition Errors ICSLP 00 Beijing R Barzilay M Collins J Hirschberg and S Whittaker Identification of Speaker Role in Radio Broadcasts AAAI 00 Austin S Whittaker and R Davis and J Hirschberg and U Muller Jotmail a voicemail interface that enables you to see what was said Proceedings of CHI2000 Conference on Human Computer Interaction pp 89 96 P Koehn S Abney J Hirschberg and M Collins Improving Intonational Phrasing with Syntactic Information Proceedings of ICASSP 00 Istanbul 2000 D J Litman J B Hirschberg and M Swerts Predicting Automatic Speech Recognition Performance Using Prosodic Cues Proceedings of NAACL 00 North American Association for Computational Linguistics Seattle May J Hirschberg S Whittaker L Stark D Hindle F Pereira A Singhal Speech Retrieval Principles for Designing and Evaluating UIs for Access to Spoken Information HCIC Human Computer Interaction Consortium 1999 A K Syrdal J Hirschberg and J McGory Automatic ToBI prediction and alignment to speed manual labeling of prosody ASA 99 J Hirschberg D Litman and M Swerts Prosodic Cues to Recognition Errors Proceedings of ASRU 99 Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Keystone CO S Whittaker J Hirschberg J Choi D Hindle F Pereira A Singhal SCAN Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces to Support Retrieval from Speech Archives ACM SIGIR 99 J Choi D Hindle J Hirschberg F Pereira A Singhal and S Whittaker Spoken Content Based Audio Navigation SCAN in Proceedings of ICPhS 99 International Congress of Phonetics Sciences San Francisco August J Hirschberg S Whittaker D Hindle F Pereira and A Singhal Finding Information in Audio A New Paradigm for Audio Browsing and Retrieval Accessing Information in Spoken Audio ESCA ETRW Workshop Cambridge UK April A Singhal J Choi D Hindle J Hirschberg F Pereira S Whittaker AT T at TREC 7 SDR Track in Proceedings of the Broadcast News Transcription and Understanding Workshop to appear 1998 S Whittaker J Choi J Hirschberg and C Nakatani What You See Is Almost What You Hear Design principles for accessing speech archives ICSLP 98 Sydney J Choi D Hindle J Hirschberg I Magrin Chagnolleau C Nakatani F Pereira A Singhal and S Whittaker SCAN Speech Content Based Audio Navigator A Systems Overview ICSLP 98 Sydney J Hirschberg and C Nakatani Acoustic Indicators of Topic Segmentation ICSLP 98 Sydney C Nakatani S Whittaker and J Hirschberg Now You Hear It Now You Don t Empirical Studies of Audio Browsing Behavior ICSLP 98 Sydney J Choi D Hindle J Hirschberg I Magrin Chagnolleau C Nakatani F Pereira A Singhal S Whittaker An Overview of the AT T Spoken Document Retrieval System in Proceedings of the 1998 DARPA Broadcast News Transcription and Understanding Workshop Lansdowne VA pp 182 190 S Whittaker J Hirschberg and C Nakatani Play it again a study of the factors underlying speech browsing behavior CHI 98 Los Angeles 1998 1998 S Whittaker J Hirschberg and C Nakatani All talk and all action strategies for managing voicemail messages CHI 98 Los Angeles 1998 J Hirschberg and C Nakatani Using Machine Learning to Identify Intonational Segments Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Applying Machine Learning to Discourse Processing Palo Alto March J Hirschberg and C Avesani The Role of Prosody in Disambiguating Potentially Ambiguous Utterances in English and Italian ESCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Intonation Theory Models and Applications Athens September pp 189 92 1997 J Hirschberg and S Whittaker Studying search and archiving in a real audio database Working Notes of the AAAI 97 Spring Symposium on Intelligent Integration and Use of Text Image Video and Audio Corpora March 24 26 Stanford pp 70 76 1996 J Hirschberg and C Nakatani A Prosodic Analysis of Discourse Segments in Direction Giving Monologues Proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics Santa Cruz June pp 286 293 J Hirschberg and P Prieto Training Intonational Phrasing Rules Automatically for English and Spanish Text to Speech Speech Communication 18 281 290 A Ljolje J van Santen and J Hirschberg Automatic speech segmentation for concatenative inventory selection In J van Santen R Sproat J Olive and J Hirschberg eds Progress in Speech Synthesis New York Springer Verlag pp 305 312 1995 J Hirschberg and G Ward The Interpretation of the High Rise Question Contour in English in Journal of Pragmatics 24 5 407 412 J Hirschberg and R Sproat Pitch accent prediction from text analysis in J Cole G M Green and J L Morgan eds Linguistics and Computation CSLI Stanford pp 281 296 C Avesani J Hirschberg and P Prieto The Intonational Disambiguation of Potentially Ambiguous Utterances in English Italian and Spanish Proceedings of ICPhS 95 Stockholm August Vol 1 pp 174 177 J Hirschberg Prosodic and Other Acoustic Cues to Speaking Style in Spontaneous and Read Speech Proceedings of ICPhS 95 Stockholm August

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  • Julia Hirschberg
    Accent and Phrasing Assignment on Large Corpora for Text to Speech in Data Driven Techniques in Speech Synthesis ed R Damper Kluwer 1999 M Swerts and J Hirschberg editors Language and Speech Special Double Issue on Prosody and Conversation 41 3 4 1996 J van Santen R W Sproat J Olive and J Hirschberg Eds Progress in speech synthesis Springer Verlag New York 1990 J Pierrehumbert and J Hirschberg The

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