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Braden, R., Faber T.., & Handley M. (2002).  From Protocol Stack to Protocol Heap - Role-Based Architecture. Proceedings of the First Workshop on Hot Topics in Networking (HotNets-I).
Braden, R., Clark D. D., Crowcroft J., Davie B., Deering S., Estrin D., et al. (1998).  Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet.
Bracci, P. M., Skibola C. F., Conde L., Halperin E., Lightfoot T., Smith A., et al. (2010).  Chemokine Polymorphisms and Lymphoma: A Pooled Analysis. Leukemia and Lymphoma. 51(3), 497-506.
Bozonnet, S., Evans N., Anguera X., Vinyals O., Friedland G., & Fredouille C. (2010).  System Output Combination for Improved Speaker Diarization. 2642-2645.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1998).  Hybrid HMM/ANN Systems for Speech Recognition: Overview and New Research Directions. 389-417.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1991).  Neural Networks for Statistical Inference: Generalizations with Applications to Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN '91).
Bourlard, H., Hermansky H., & Morgan N. (1996).  Towards Increasing Speech Recognition Error Rates. Speech Communication. 205-231.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1990).  A Continuous Speech Recognition System Embedding MLP into HMM. II, 186-193.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1993).  Connectionist Speech Recognition: A Hybrid Approach.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1998).  Connectionist Techniques for Speech Recognition. 356-361.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1989).  Merging Multilayer Perceptrons and Hidden Markov Models: Some Experiments in Continuous Speech Recognition.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1990).  Generalization and Parameter Estimation in Feedforward Nets: Some Experiments. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems. II, 630-637.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1991).  Neural Networks for Statistical Inference: Generalizations with Applications to Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN '91).
Bourlard, H., Dupont S., Hermansky H., & Morgan N. (1996).  Towards Subband-Based Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the VIII European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO '96). 1579-1582.
Bourlard, H., Morgan N., & Wellekens C. (1990).  Statistical Inference in Multilayer Perceptrons and Hidden Markov Models with Applications in Continuous Speech Recognition. F68, 217-226.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1993).  Continuous Speech Recognition by Connectionist Statistical Methods. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks. 4(6), 893-909.
Bourlard, H., Konig Y., & Morgan N. (1994).  Remap: Recursive Estimation and Maximization of a Posteriori Probabilities.
Bourlard, H., Konig Y., & Morgan N. (1995).  REMAP: Recursive Estimation and Maximization of A Posteriori Probabilities in Connectionist Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '95).
Bourlard, H., Cohen M., Kohn P., Morgan N., & Wooters C. (1991).  Phonetic Context in Hybrid HMM/MLP Continuous Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '91). 109-112.
Bourlard, H., & Wellekens C. (1988).  Links Between Markov Models and Multilayer Perceptrons.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1990).  Continuous Speech Recognition Using Multilayer Perceptrons with Hidden Markov Models. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference of Acoustics, Speech & Signal Processing (ICASSP 1990).
Bourlard, H., Morgan N., & Renals S. (1992).  Neural nets and hidden Markov models: Review and Generalizations. 11(2-3), 237-246.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1996).  Hybrid Connnectionist Models for Continuous Speech Recognition. 259-283.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1991).  Connectionist Approaches to the Use of Markov Models for Continuous Speech Recognition. III, 213-219.
Bourlard, H., & Morgan N. (1989).  Merging Multilayer Perceptrons & Hidden Markov Models: Some Experiments in Continuous Speech Recognition.

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