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Monia Kammoun, Ph.D.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Digital Signal Processing from Tunis National School of Engineers, University of El Manar, Tunisia. Research Master (DEA) in Automatics and Signal Processing, Tunis National School of Engineers, University of El Manar, Tunisia.

Biography

Monia Kammoun is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tunis Medical Technology Institute, where she has been since 2003. She received her Ph.D. in Digital Signal Processing from El Manar University, Tunis National School of Engineers in 2007. Her research interests span both Signal Processings and pattern recognition. She is the author of many refereed journal and conference papers and her current interests include the area of Artificial Intelligence, Deep and Machine Learnings.

Areas of Expertise

Digital Signal Processing Electrical Engineering

Research Interest

Digital Signal Processing Artificial Intelligence Deep and Machine Learnings

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Impact of Spectral and Prosodic Features on the enhancement of HMM Based Recognition Classifier » publiée au GESTS Transaction, Global Engineering, Science and Technology Society, the international transaction on communication and signal processing, Vol. 13 and N°2, ISSN 1738-9682, Février 2009.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Combining Prosodic and Spectral Features for Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition » WSEAS Transaction Journal on Signal Processing, Vol. 2, pp. 819-825, ISSN 1790-5022, May 2006.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, «Using Tuned HMM-Based Classifier for Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition», acceptée au International Conference on Signal Processing, ICSP 2009, 29-31 Juillet 2009, Oslo, Norway.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Shimmer and Jitter Investigations for Stress and Speaking Styles Classification», acceptée au 5th IEEE-GCC  2009- Communications and Signal Processing, GCC 2009, 17-19 Mars 2009, Kuwait.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Reconnaissance Automatique et Evaluation Subjective du Stress et des Styles de Parole de la Base SUSAS », présentée au 4rth International Conference: Sciences of Electronic, Technologies of Information and Telecommunications, SETIT 2007, 25-29 Mars 2007, Hammamet, Tunisie.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Pitch and Energy Contribution in Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition Enhancement», présentée, The Multiconference on  Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, CESA 2006,  04-06  October 2006, Beijing, China.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « A Human and Computer  Comparative  Evaluation of Stress and speaking styles in Speech » présentée au 13th International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image  Processing,  IWSSIP  2006, September 2006, Budapest

M. KAMMOUN et N. ELLOUZE, « Optimal Features Combination in Speech Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition », acceptée au 5th  International Symposium in Communication Systems, Networks, and Digital Signal Processing, CSNDSP 2006, 19-21 Juillet 2006, Patras, Greece.

M.KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Spectral Features Detection of Speech Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition Based on HMM Classifier», acceptée au 5th WSEAS conference on Signal Processing SIP 06, 27-29 Mai, Istanbul, Turkey.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Parameter Normalization and Energy Contribution in Emotion and Speaking Styles Recognition Based on HMM Classifier », acceptée au Quatrième Conférence Internationale, JTEA 2006, 12-14 Mai 2006, Tunisie.

M. KAMMOUN, N. ELLOUZE, « Classification methods of human emotion in speech », présentée au 17th IMACS world  congress:  Scientific  Computation Applied Mathematics and Simulation, 11-15 Juillet 2005, Paris, France.

M. KAMMOUN, K. OUNI, A. BOUZID, N. ELLOUZE, « A Classification methodology of hearing-impaired pathologies based on DTW technique applied on vocal audiometry », 3rd International Workshop: Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications, MAVEBA 2003, 10-12 Décembre 2003, Firenze, Italie.

M. KAMMOUN, K. OUNI, N. ELLOUZE, « Génération et interprétation des chemins de programmation dynamique appliqué à l’audiométrie vocale », Les Quatrièmes Journées Scientifiques, JS 2003, 21-22 Mai 2003, Borj El Amri, Tunisie.

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