Peter Plantinga
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Anticorrelated electrons from weak recollisions in nonsequential double ionization
SL Haan, ZS Smith, KN Shomsky, PW Plantinga
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 41 (21), 211002, 2008
632008
Electron drift directions in strong-field double ionization of atoms
SL Haan, ZS Smith, KN Shomsky, PW Plantinga
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 42 (13), 134009, 2009
392009
Anticorrelated electrons from high-intensity nonsequential double ionization of atoms
SL Haan, ZS Smith, KN Shomsky, PW Plantinga, TL Atallah
Physical Review A 81 (2), 023409, 2010
242010
Spectral feature mapping with mimic loss for robust speech recognition
D Bagchi, P Plantinga, A Stiff, E Fosler-Lussier
2018 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2018
152018
SpeechBrain: A General-Purpose Speech Toolkit
M Ravanelli, T Parcollet, P Plantinga, A Rouhe, S Cornell, L Lugosch, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.04624, 2021
112021
Speechbrain
M Ravanelli, T Parcollet, A Rouhe, P Plantinga, E Rastorgueva, ...
112021
MetricGAN+: An Improved Version of MetricGAN for Speech Enhancement
SW Fu, C Yu, TA Hsieh, P Plantinga, M Ravanelli, X Lu, Y Tsao
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.03538, 2021
82021
An exploration of mimic architectures for residual network based spectral mapping
P Plantinga, D Bagchi, E Fosler-Lussier
2018 IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT), 550-557, 2018
62018
Phonetic feedback for speech enhancement with and without parallel speech data
P Plantinga, D Bagchi, E Fosler-Lussier
ICASSP 2020-2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and …, 2020
22020
Towards Real-Time Mispronunciation Detection in Kids' Speech
P Plantinga, E Fosler-Lussier
2019 IEEE Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding Workshop (ASRU …, 2019
12019
Classical modeling of non-sequential double ionization: Recollision, time-delayed ionization, drift, and possible reattachment
SL Haan, ZS Smith, KN Shomsky, PW Plantinga
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 194 (11), 112002, 2009
2009
Predicting Prosodic Stress Using Recurrent Phoneme and Grapheme Embeddings
P Plantinga
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