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Full list of publications

(Those not on-line—indicated by links—may be available as hard copy, by request)

A. Refereed papers published in full
(C = conference, B = book, J = refereed journal)

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B. National and international invited contributions published in full
(C = conference, B = book, J = refereed journal)

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C. Other national and international invited or refereed presentations
(I = Invited, R = Refereed conference, but not published in full)

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D. Patents

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E. Other publications
(Includes written versions of some of the items in section C, but otherwise deliberately excludes matter already covered above. Papers related to GNU Project "gnuspeech"—a system designed to create the databases for real-time articulatory speech synthesis for arbitrary languages, and provide the tools to use the resulting synthesis in applications, together with links to the project are listed together, for convenience, in section F)

F. gnuspeech-related publications
This section collects together those publications of particular relevance to the GNU Project "gnuspeech"—a system designed make it easy to create the databases for real-time articulatory speech synthesis for arbitrary languages, and provide the real-time synthesis tools to use the resulting synthesis in applications. This is for convenience. They duplicate entries in the listings above. Those who would like to help with the port of the original completely functional system that ran on the NeXT computer are invited to contact
Professor Hill. Much of the work is done and the real-time synthesis is available for testing. Some of the data-base creation parts are not yet completely ported.

(Omitted from the above are a variety of progress reports and grant proposals, reviews, miscellaneous invited talks at various institutions—including for radio and television, as well as a series of reports I wrote as a member of the Alberta Government Surface Transportation Noise and Attenuation Study Panel, and over 100 confidential reports I wrote as a scientific auditor for Revenue Canada, for its later incarnation as the Canadian Customs and Revenue Agency—CCRA, and its current existence as the Canada Revenue Agency—CRA).

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