Search Results for author: Tao Tu

Found 7 papers, 2 papers with code

Inferring latent neural sources via deep transcoding of simultaneously acquired EEG and fMRI

no code implementations27 Nov 2022 Xueqing Liu, Tao Tu, Paul Sajda

Simultaneous EEG-fMRI is a multi-modal neuroimaging technique that provides complementary spatial and temporal resolution.


Semi-supervised Learning for Multi-speaker Text-to-speech Synthesis Using Discrete Speech Representation

no code implementations16 May 2020 Tao Tu, Yuan-Jui Chen, Alexander H. Liu, Hung-Yi Lee

The experiment results demonstrate that with only an hour of paired speech data, no matter the paired data is from multiple speakers or a single speaker, the proposed model can generate intelligible speech in different voices.

Speech Synthesis Text-To-Speech Synthesis

A state-space model for inferring effective connectivity of latent neural dynamics from simultaneous EEG/fMRI

1 code implementation NeurIPS 2019 Tao Tu, John Paisley, Stefan Haufe, Paul Sajda

In this study, we develop a linear state-space model to infer the effective connectivity in a distributed brain network based on simultaneously recorded EEG and fMRI data.


Towards Unsupervised Speech Recognition and Synthesis with Quantized Speech Representation Learning

no code implementations28 Oct 2019 Alexander H. Liu, Tao Tu, Hung-Yi Lee, Lin-shan Lee

In this paper we propose a Sequential Representation Quantization AutoEncoder (SeqRQ-AE) to learn from primarily unpaired audio data and produce sequences of representations very close to phoneme sequences of speech utterances.

Quantization Representation Learning +3

End-to-end Text-to-speech for Low-resource Languages by Cross-Lingual Transfer Learning

no code implementations13 Apr 2019 Tao Tu, Yuan-Jui Chen, Cheng-chieh Yeh, Hung-Yi Lee

In this paper, we aim to build TTS systems for such low-resource (target) languages where only very limited paired data are available.

Cross-Lingual Transfer Transfer Learning

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