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So far, I have published and presented the following international conference papers.

 

Conference Paper #1:

 

Title: Speech to Sign Language Interpreter System (SSLIS)

Date of presentation: May 11th 2006

 

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Conference Paper #2:

 

Title: Automated Speech to Text System (ASTS)

Date of presentation: Nov 23rd 2006

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Conference name

International Conference on Computer & Communication Engineering (ICCCE '06)

Paper title

Speech to Sign Language Interpreter System (SSLIS)

Author/Co-authors

Khalid El-Darymli1, Othman O. Khalifa and Hassan Enemosah

Publication date

May 11th 2006

Conference website

http://www.iiu.edu.my/iccce06/

Organizers

International Islamic University Malaysia

IEEE

Islamic Development Bank

Venue

Prince Hotel & Residence, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Abstract

In this paper, a Speech to Sign Language Interpreter System (SSLIS) was presented. Its main task is to translate uttered English speech into video American Sign Language (ASL) in live mode. Additional interesting features were added to the SSLIS to make it even more comprehensive and beneficial. Sphinx 3.5 was manipulated as the speech recognition engine and for translation, ASL syntax was not followed, but rather, the Signed English (SE) manual was employed as a manual parallel to English. Role of operation, parameters optimization and accuracy measurements and snapshots of SSLIS are amongst the topics approached throughout this paper. We believe that SSLIS would facilitate the acquisition of English as a second language for deaf people and help to fill the gap between deaf and nondeaf communities.

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Conference name

International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for the Muslim World 2006

Paper title

 Automated Speech to Text System (ASTS)

Author/Co-authors

Khalid El-Darymli1, Othman O. Khalifa and Hassan Enemosah

Publication date

Nov 23rd 2006

Conference website

http://kict.iiu.edu.my/ict4m/paper/jkl_author.php

Organizers

VIA Technologies, Inc.

Multimedia Supercorridor Malaysia

International Islamic University Malaysia

Islamic Development Bank

Venue

Hilton Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Abstract

In this paper an Automated Speech to Text System (ASTS) was presented. It was designed to convert uttered speech into text in live mode. The speech recognition engine we manipulated for this purpose is Sphinx 3.5. It is a large vocabulary, speaker independent and continuous speech recognizer. It does not provide any interface in order to make the integration of all components easier. In other words, it is a collection of tools and resources that enables developers/researchers to build successful speech recognizers. Sphinx 3.5 has been altered appropriately to make it work best with our system. Simplified anatomy and operation of Sphinx 3.5, Viterbi beam search, flow of ASTS, parameters optimization and accuracy measurements are amongst the topics approached throughout this paper.

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