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- Areas of Study: Language & Learning
- Last Update: February 17, 2014
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James Glass is a Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) where he heads the Spoken Language Systems Group. He is also a Lecturer in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. After obtaining his S.M. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, he has worked at the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics, the Laboratory for Computer Science, and CSAIL. His primary research interests are in the area of automatic speech recognition, unsupervised speech processing, and spoken language understanding. He has lectured, taught courses, supervised students, and published extensively in these areas. He is currently a Senior Member of the IEEE, an associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, and an associate editor for Computer, Speech, and Language.
- I. McGraw, I. Badr, and J. Glass, "Learning Lexicons from Speech using a Pronunciation Mixture Model," IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, and Language Proc., 21(2), 357-366, 2013
- A. Park and J. Glass, "Unsupervised Pattern Discovery in Speech," IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, and Language Proc., 16(1), 186-197, 2008.
- J. Glass, T. Hazen, S. Cyphers, I. Malioutov, D. Huynh, and R. Barzilay, "Recent Progress in the MIT Spoken Lecture Processing Project," Proc. Interspeech, Antwerp, 2007.
- J. Ming, T. Hazen, J. Glass, and D. Reynolds, "Robust Speaker Recognition in Unknown Noisy Conditions," IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, and Language Proc., 15(5), 1711-1723, 2007.
- B.J. Hsu and J. Glass, "Style and Topic Language Model Adaptation Using HMM-LDA," Proc. Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, Sydney, 2006.
- L. Hetherington, H. Shu, and J. Glass, "Flexible Multi-Stream Framework for Speech Recognition Using Multi-Tape Finite-State Transducers," Proc. ICASSP, Toulouse, 2006.
- J. Glass, "A Probabilistic Framework for Segment-Based Speech Recognition," Computer, Speech, and Language, 17, 137-152, 2003.