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Abualseoud Hanani

Assistant Professor
Engineering and Technology
Birzeit University
Palestinian Territory

Abualseoud Hanani

Biography

"Dr. Abualseoud Hanani is affiliated to the Department of Engineering and Technology, Birzeit University. Dr. Abualseoud Hanani is currently providing services as Assistant Professor. Dr. Abualseoud Hanani has published numerous publications in various national and international peer-reviewed journals and presented scientific papers across the world. Because of the active association with different societies and academies as well as the contributions, Dr. Abualseoud Hanani is been recognized by the subject experts around the world. Dr. Abualseoud Hanani contributions are appreciated by various reputed awards. Dr. Abualseoud Hanani clinical and scientific research interests include Computer Recognition of Regional Accents and Ethnic Groups from British English Speech, Contrasting the Effects of Different Frequency Bands on Speaker and Accent Identification, Spectral Analysis using Multi-core Processors and Speech-based Identification of Social Groups in a Single Accent of British English by Humans and Computers."

Research Interest

"Computer Recognition of Regional Accents and Ethnic Groups from British English Speech, Contrasting the Effects of Different Frequency Bands on Speaker and Accent Identification, Spectral Analysis using Multi-core Processors and Speech-based Identification of Social Groups in a Single Accent of British English by Humans and Computers"

Publications

  • "Hanani, A., Carey, M. and Russell, M. J., “Speech Spectral Analysis using Multi-core Processors”, in Computer Speech and Language (CSL) journal, September 2012."

  • Safavi S, Hanani A, Russell M, Jancovic P, Carey MJ. Contrasting the effects of different frequency bands on speaker and accent identification. IEEE Signal Processing Letters. 2012 Dec;19(12):829-32.

  • Hanani A, Russell MJ, Carey MJ. Human and computer recognition of regional accents and ethnic groups from British English speech. Computer Speech & Language. 2013 Jan 31;27(1):59-74.

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