2020 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to analysis, synthesis and quality improvement of speech signals
Autism and Developmental psychology are two areas of study in which Paavo Alku engages in interdisciplinary work. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Developmental psychology and Autism in his work. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Neuroscience and Perception through his works. Paavo Alku integrates several fields in his works, including Perception and Cognitive psychology. Paavo Alku carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Cognitive psychology and P3a. Paavo Alku merges P3a with Mismatch negativity in his study. Paavo Alku integrates many fields, such as Mismatch negativity and Event-related potential, in his works. He integrates Event-related potential with Electroencephalography in his study. In his papers, Paavo Alku integrates diverse fields, such as Electroencephalography and Neuroscience.
His Programming language research is linked to SIGNAL (programming language), Interpretation (philosophy) and Extension (predicate logic), among other subjects. In most of his Interpretation (philosophy) studies, his work intersects topics such as Programming language. Filter bank and Linear filter are inherently bound to his Filter (signal processing) studies. His Filter bank study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Filter (signal processing). While working in this field, Paavo Alku studies both Speech recognition and Hidden Markov model. Paavo Alku applies his multidisciplinary studies on Hidden Markov model and Speech recognition in his research. His work blends Speech coding and Linear predictive coding studies together. Paavo Alku conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Linear predictive coding and Speech processing through his works. Borrowing concepts from Speech coding, Paavo Alku weaves in ideas under Speech processing.
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Language-specific phoneme representations revealed by electric and magnetic brain responses
Risto Näätänen;Anne Lehtokoski;Mietta Lennes;Marie Cheour.
Glottal wave analysis with Pitch Synchronous Iterative Adaptive Inverse Filtering
conference of the international speech communication association (1992)
Brain responses reveal the learning of foreign language phonemes.
Istvańn Winkler;Teija Kujala;Hannu Tiitinen;Päivi Sivonen.
Speech-sound-selective auditory impairment in children with autism: they can perceive but do not attend
Rita Ceponiene;Tuulia Lepistö;Anna Shestakova;Raija Vanhala.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Normalized amplitude quotient for parametrization of the glottal flow
Paavo Alku;Tom Bäckström;Erkki Vilkman.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2002)
Memory traces for words as revealed by the mismatch negativity.
Friedemann Pulvermüller;Teija Kujala;Yury Shtyrov;Jaana Simola.
The discrimination of and orienting to speech and non-speech sounds in children with autism.
Tuulia Lepistö;Teija Kujala;Raija Vanhala;Paavo Alku.
Brain Research (2005)
Statistical language learning in neonates revealed by event-related brain potentials
Tuomas Teinonen;Tuomas Teinonen;Vineta Fellman;Vineta Fellman;Risto Näätänen;Risto Näätänen;Risto Näätänen;Paavo Alku.
BMC Neuroscience (2009)
Visual speech contributes to phonetic learning in 6-month-old infants
Tuomas Teinonen;Tuomas Teinonen;Richard N Aslin;Paavo Alku;Gergely Csibra.
Pre-attentive detection of vowel contrasts utilizes both phonetic and auditory memory representations
István Winkler;Anne Lehtokoski;Paavo Alku;Paavo Alku;Martti Vainio.
Cognitive Brain Research (1999)
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