Andrew Fandrianto
Andrew Fandrianto
Verified email at cs.cmu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Mobile phone based clinical microscopy for global health applications
DN Breslauer, RN Maamari, NA Switz, WA Lam, DA Fletcher
PloS one 4 (7), e6320, 2009
6382009
Integrated multimedia communications processor and codec
J Fandrianto, BR Martin, DG Neubauer, DH Tran, MD Cressa, A Soemedi
US Patent 5,982,459, 1999
1631999
Connecting a VOIP phone call using a shared POTS line
A Frame
US Patent App. 10/888,603, 2006
782006
Wikireading: A novel large-scale language understanding task over wikipedia
D Hewlett, A Lacoste, L Jones, I Polosukhin, A Fandrianto, J Han, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.03542, 2016
752016
Prosodic entrainment in an information-driven dialog system
A Fandrianto, M Eskenazi
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication …, 2012
212012
Method and apparatus for overriding quotient prediction in floating point divider information processing systems
L Girard, R Zinger
US Patent 5,386,376, 1995
201995
Floating point remainder generator for a math processor
H Sharangpani, L Girard
US Patent 5,357,455, 1994
191994
Entrainment in spoken dialogue systems: Adopting, predicting and influencing user behavior
R Levitan
Proceedings of the 2013 NAACL HLT Student Research Workshop, 84-90, 2013
102013
System and method for providing on-line advertising and information
MC Chen, J Fandrianto, S Toteda
US Patent 7,606,926, 2009
82009
Can a spoken dialog system be used as a tool to study convergence?
J Lopes, A Fandrianto, M Eskenazi, I Trancoso
Book of Abstracts, 2012
2012
Digital Fluorescence Microscopy for Tuberculosis Diagnosis
NA Switz
UC Berkeley, 2012
2012
Using Speaker ID to Discover Repeat Callers of a Spoken Dialog System
A Fandrianto, B Langner, AW Black
Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2011
2011
1992 INDEX
M Adams, Y Qran, J Tomaszunas, J Burtscheidt, E Kaiser, D Bailey, ...
Diamond 2000, 23-39, 1992
1992
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