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Hwang, M-Y., Peng G.., Wang W., Faria A., & Heidel A.. (2007).  Building a Highly Accurate Mandarin Speech Recognizer. 490-495.
Hunold, S., Hoffmann R.., & Suter F.. (2010).  Jedule: A Tool for Visualizing Schedules of Parallel Applications. 169-178.
Hunold, S. (2010).  Low-Cost Tuning of Two-Step Algorithms for Scheduling Mixed-Parallel Applications onto Homogeneous Clusters. 253-261.
Hung, H., Jayagopi D., Yeo C., Friedland G., Ba S., Odobez J-M., et al. (2007).  Using Audio and Video Features to Classify the Most Dominant Person in Meetings. Proceedings of ACM Multimedia 2007. 835-838.
Hung, H., Huang Y., Friedland G., & Gatica-Perez D. (2008).  Estimating the Dominant Person in Multi-Party Conversations Using Speaker Diarization Strategies. 2197-2200.
Hung, H., Friedland G., & Yeo C. (2010).  Computationally Efficient Clustering of Audio-Visual Meeting Data. 25-59.
Hung, H., & Friedland G. (2008).  Towards Audio-Visual On-Line Diarization of Participants in Group Meetings.
Hung, H., Huang Y., Friedland G., & Gatica-Perez D. (2011).  Estimating Dominance in Multi-Party Meetings Using Speaker Diarization from a Single Microphone. IEEE Transactions on Audio. 19(4), 
Huijbregts, M., Wooters C., & Ordelman R. (2007).  Filtering the Unknown: Speech Activity Detection in Heterogeneous Video Collections. 2925-2928.
Huijbregts, M., & Wooters C. (2007).  The Blame Game: Performance Analysis of Speaker Diarization System Components. 1857-1860.
Huebsch, R., Hellerstein J. M., Lanham N.., Loo B. Thau, Shenker S., & Stoica I. (2003).  Querying the Internet with PIER. Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB 2003). 321-332.
Huebsch, R., Chun B., Hellerstein J. M., Loo B. Thau, Maniatis P., Roscoe T., et al. (2005).  The Architecture of PIER: An Internet-Scale Query Processor. Proceedings of Second Biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research (CIDR 2005). 28-43.
Huckenbeck, U. (1993).  Dynamic Programming in a Generalized Decision Model.
Huckenbeck, U. (1993).  On Valve Adjustments that Interrupt all s-t-Paths in a Digraph.
Huang, Y., Friedland G., Müller C., & Mirghafori N. (2007).  Speeding Up Speaker Diarization by Using Prosodic Features.
Huang, P-S., Mertens R., Divakaran A., Friedland G., & Hasegawa-Johnson M. (2012).  How to Put It Into Words - Using Random Forests to Extract Symbol Level Descriptions from Audio Content for Concept Detection. 505-508.
Huang, Y., Vinyals O., Friedland G., Müller C., Mirghafori N., & Wooters C. (2007).  A Fast-Match Approach for Robust, Faster than Real-Time Speaker Diarization. Proceedings of IEEE Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition and Understanding. 693-698.
Hu, R., Xu H., Rohrbach M., Feng J., Saenko K., & Darrell T. (2016).  Natural Language Object Retrieval. The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR).
Hößler, T., Scheuvens L., Franchi N., Simsek M., & Fettweis G. (2017).  Applying Reliability Theory for Future Wireless Communication Networks. Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC) 17.
Horoba, C., & Sudholt D. (2010).  Ant Colony Optimization for Stochastic Shortest Path Problems. 1465-1472.
Horoba, C., & Sudholt D. (2009).  Running Time Analysis of ACO Systems for Shortest Path Problems. 76-91.
Horn, G.. B., & Karp R. M. (2001).  A Maximun Likelihood Polynomial Time Syndrome Decoder to Correct Linearly Independent Errors. Proceedings of International Symposium on Information Theory.
Hopfgartner, F., & Jose J. M. (2011).  Development of a Test Collection for Studying Long-Term User Modelling. Proceedings of the Workshop Information Retrieval (LWA'11).
Hopfgartner, F. (2011).  Capturing Long-Term User Interests in Online Television News Program.
Hopfgartner, F., Ren R., Urruty T., & Jose J. M. (2011).  Information Organisation Issues in Multimedia Retrieval using Low-Level Features. 241-260.

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