On the importance of normative data in speech-based assessment

30 Nov 2017Zeinab NoorianChloé Pou-PromFrank Rudzicz

Data sets for identifying Alzheimer's disease (AD) are often relatively sparse, which limits their ability to train generalizable models. Here, we augment such a data set, DementiaBank, with each of two normative data sets, the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study and Talk2Me, each of which employs a speech-based picture-description assessment... (read more)

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