List of Publications


Publications are listed in reverse chronological order.


  • Goh Kawai
    Description of an online learning course for English language at Hokkaido University
    Eurocall Conference (Eurocall 2017), Southampton, UK (to appear 2017-08-23)
  • Goh Kawai
    Proficiency of college freshmen can change substantially within an 8-week period
    Japan Association of Language Teachers Special Interest Group in Computer Aided Language Learning Conference (JALT-CALL 2017), Matsuyama, Japan (to appear 2017-06-16)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Activating receptive vocabulary along with their collocations through a blended learning task
    Japan Association of Language Teachers Special Interest Group in Computer Aided Language Learning Conference (JALT-CALL 2017), Matsuyama, Japan (to appear 2017-06-16)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Identify and activate receptive vocabulary via online survey and writing
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference (TESOL 2017), Seattle, Washington, USA (2017-03-24)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Pre-matriculate mobile-assisted language learning for studying before entering college
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference (TESOL 2017), Seattle, Washington, USA (2017-03-23)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Encouraging blended learning via a group singalong activity for learning segmental and prosodic pronunciation features
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference (TESOL 2017), Seattle, Washington, USA (2017-03-22)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    A blended learning writing and speaking task at Hokkaido University for activating receptive vocabulary along with their collocations
    Japan Association of College English Teachers regional workshop (JACET), Sapporo, Japan (2017-03-04)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Identifying and activating receptive vocabulary by an online vocabulary survey and an online writing task
    in Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous, Linda Bradley, and Sylvie Thouësny, editors
    "CALL communities and culture – short papers from EUROCALL 2016" , 271-276, (2016-12-18)
    article DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.eurocall2016.574
    book DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2016.EUROCALL2016.9781908416445
    article PDF https://research-publishing.net/publication/chapters/978-1-908416-44-5/574.pdf
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Annotated lyrics of songs improves pronunciation
    Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference (JALT 2016), Nagoya, Japan (2016-11-26)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Activating receptive vocabulary through writing
    Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference (JALT 2016), Nagoya, Japan (2016-11-26)
  • Goh Kawai
    PML (pre-matriculate learning) on MALL (mobile-assisted language learning)
    CALL-PLUS Conference, Sapporo, Japan (2016-10-29)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Activating receptive vocabulary by instructing collocation in online writing tasks
    CALL-PLUS Conference, Sapporo, Japan (2016-10-29)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Activating receptive vocabulary through presenting collocation phrases in online writing tasks
    HELES Conference, Sapporo, Japan (2016-10-02)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Group singalong activity using lyrics cards that visually highlight segmental and prosodic pronunciation features
    Japan Association of College English Teachers Conference (JACET 2016), Sapporo, Japan (2016-09-01)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Pre-matriculate mobile-assisted language learning for encouraging study between entrance examinations and start of classes
    Eurocall Conference (Eurocall 2016), Limassol, Cyprus (2016-08-25)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Encouraging blended learning via a group singalong activity for learning segmental and prosodic pronunciation features
    Eurocall Conference (Eurocall 2016), Limassol, Cyprus (2016-08-25)
  • Ivy Chu-hui Lin and Goh Kawai
    Identifying and activating receptive vocabulary by an online 5-category multiple-choice vocabulary survey and an online creative writing task
    Eurocall Conference (Eurocall 2016), Limassol, Cyprus (2016-08-25)
  • Goh Kawai
    Glexa case study of English language at Hokkaido University involving automous, flipped, advised, and active learning
    EDIX-2016, Tokyo, Japan (2016-05-18, 19, 20)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Designing XML schema for classroom discourse visual representation through XSLT
    Journal of the Hokkaido University of Education (Humanities and Social Sciences), 66(2)1-16 (2016-02-29)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Active learning of language using hand-written comments
    Association for the Advancement of Information and Communication Technology at Universities Conference (AXIES 2015), Nagoya, Japan (2015-12-04)
  • Goh Kawai
    Developing a college freshman course for spoken language analysis
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL-Plus Workshop 2015, Sapporo, Japan (2015-11-08)
  • Goh Kawai
    Active learning of English language
    Training Session for Hokkaido High School Teachers of English Language, Hakodate, Japan (2015-10-30)
  • Goh Kawai
    Online learning of introductory technical writing using figures and tables
    Proceedings of the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Conference (TESOL 2015), Toronto, Ontario, Canada (2015-03-26)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Vocabulary size limits what middle school non-native Instructors can say in all-English classes of English language
    Proceedings of the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL 2015), Toronto, Ontario, Canada (2015-03-21)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Tabulating transcripts and coding on COLT Part B scheme to quantify classroom interaction analysis categories
    HELES Journal, 14:23-41 (2015-02-01)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Teaching technical writing online using figures and tables
    Proceedings of the Language Education and Technology Conference (LET 2014), Fukuoka, Japan (2014-08-04)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Case study of an online English language course that emphasizes self-assessment of speaking and writing
    Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Media & Technology (EdMedia 2014), Tampere, Finland (2014-06-24) received best paper award
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Improving the classroom discourse of non-native teachers of English language by developing, annotating, and analyzing spoken language corpora
    Proceedings of the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL 2014), Portland, Oregon, USA (2014-03-22)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Online learning of introductory technical writing by using captions of figures and tables for English as a foreign language
    Proceedings of the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL 2014), Portland, Oregon, USA (2014-03-22)
  • Don Hinkelman and Goh Kawai
    Flip the classroom: Gimmick or revolution?
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL-Plus Workshop 2013, keynote presentation, Sapporo, Japan (2013-11-16)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Online learning of introductory technical writing using figures and tables
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL-Plus Workshop 2013, Sapporo, Japan (2013-11-16)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    How to convert a printed textbook and DVD to CALL
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference (JALT 2013), Kobe, Japan (2013-10-27)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    How to bring a printed textbook and DVD online
    Proceedings of the Language Education and Technology Conference (LET 2013), Tokyo, Japan (2013-08-07)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    Visualizing pitch contours may improve production and reception of intonation
    Proceedings of WorldCALL Conference (WorldCALL 2013), Glasgow, UK (2013-07-10)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Lexical types and tokens found in the classroom speech of native and non-native English language instructors in a Japanese high school
    Acoustical Science and Technology (the English language journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan) (2013-03-01)
  • Noriaki Katagiri, Goh Kawai, and Yoshiki Yokoyama
    Using classroom corpora to train preservice language teachers in disfluencies and feedback
    HELES Journal (2012-12-31)
  • Akio Ohnishi, Yishe Choden, and Goh Kawai
    Bringing a printed textbook and DVD online
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL-Plus Workshop 2012, Sapporo, Japan (2012-11-17)
  • Yurie Iribe, Takurou Mori, Kouichi Katsurada, Goh Kawai, and Tsuneo Nitta
    Real-time visualization of English pronunciation on an IPA chart based on articulatory feature extraction
    Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, Portland, Oregon, USA (2012-09-11)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Learning how to give presentations in online and in-person blended environments
    Proceedings of the Language Education and Technology Conference (LET 2012), Kobe, Japan (2012-08-07)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    A web-based language learning system for interacting using spoken language
    Proceedings of the International Conference on eLearning Futures 2011 (ICELF 2011), Auckland, New Zealand (abstract accepted but unable to present)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Online system for perceiving and producing prosody
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference (JALT 2011), Tokyo, Japan (2011-11-19)
  • Goh Kawai
    Designing online learning experiences for producing audio-visual language
    informal talk, Otaru University of Commerce, Otaru, Japan (2011-10-24)
  • Goh Kawai
    Designing online learning experiences for audio-visual language learning
    Invited keynote, Sapporo Gakuin University CALL Workshop 2011, Sapporo, Japan (2011-10-15)
  • Goh Kawai, Akio Ohnishi, Shigeki Okamura
    A web-based language learning environment for college freshmen
    Japan Association of Language Teachers Hokkaido Conference (JALT Hokkaido 2011), Sapporo, Japan (2011-09-25)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Preparing and reviewing conversations by using the Glexa system
    Proceedings of the Language Education and Technology Conference (LET 2011), Nagoya, Japan (2011-08-07)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    Preparing for conversations by using a self-study system
    Proceedings of the Computer Aided Language Instruction Consortium Conference (CALICO 2011), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (2011-05-21)
  • Goh Kawai
    Preparing for conversation pair work by using a self-study system
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL Workshop 2010, Sapporo, Japan (2010-10-16)
  • Goh Kawai
    Simulated conversation training using the Glexa software suite
    Proceedings of EUROCALL 2009, Gandia, Spain (2009-09-11)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    Blended learning for Japanese reactive tokens: Effects of computer-led, instructor-led, and peerbased instruction
    in Naoko Taguchi (ed) Pragmatic Competence, pages 275-300, ebook ISBN: 978-3-11-021855-8, print ISBN: 978-3-11-021854-1, Mouton de Gruyter (Berlin, New York) (2009-09-02)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    GlexaPhone, a simulated telephone conversation learning experience
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Computer-Assisted Language Learning Conference (JALT-CALL 2009), Tokyo, Japan (2009-06-06)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Sing-alongs improve linking and reduce vowel epenthesis
    Proceedings of the Teachers of English as a Second Language Conference (TESOL 2009), Denver, Colorado, USA (2009-03-27)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Sing-alongs improve linking, reduce vowel epenthesis, and indirectly improve listening perception
    Proceedings of the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL 2009), Denver, Colorado, USA (2009-03-21)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Goh Kawai, and Nobuaki Minematsu
    Analysis of F0 model parameters of Japanese prosody produced by Chinese and Japanese speakers
    Proceedings of the Acoustical Society of Japan 2009 Spring Conference (Tokyo, Japan) (2009-03-19) (not peer-reviewed)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Goh Kawai, and Nobuaki Minematsu
    F0 patterns of Japanese sentences read aloud by native Japanese and Mandarin Chinese speakers
    Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan 65(2)69-80 (2009-02-01)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Spoken English for classroom vs. specific purposes
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference 2008 (JALT 2008), Tokyo, Japan (2008-10-31)
  • Naomi Suzaki and Goh Kawai
    Sing-alongs effectively teach linking and reduction
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Hokkaido Conference 2008 (JALT Hokkaido 2008), Sapporo, Japan (2008-10-19)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Lexical analyses of native and non-native English language instructor speech based on a six-month co-taught classroom corpus
    Proceedings of Interspeech-2008 (Brisbane, Australia) (2008-09-22)
  • Miki Misumi and Goh Kawai
    A high school and college joint project using text and voice correspondence for business language training
    Proceedings of WorldCALL (WorldCALL 2008), Fukuoka, Japan (2008-08-07)
  • Goh Kawai and Patricia Vermillion
    Appropriate intonation meaning instruction based on corpora
    Proceedings of WorldCALL (WorldCALL 2008), Fukuoka, Japan (2008-08-06)
  • Goh Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    GlexaMotion, an audiovisual comprehension learning experience
    Proceedings of WorldCALL (WorldCALL 2008), Fukuoka, Japan (2008-08-06)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Statistical analyses of task-based lexicons found in the classroom speech of native and non-native English language instructors
    Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Report, Speech (2008-06-27) (not peer-reviewed)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Goh Kawai, and Nobuaki Minematsu
    F0 features of Japanese sentences read aloud by English, Chinese and native speakers
    Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Report, Speech (2008-06-27) (not peer-reviewed)
  • Takafumi Utashiro, Tsutomu Yoshida, and Goh Kawai
    CALL courseware and teaching method improving conversation skills
    Japan Educational Technology Journal 32(1)67-78 (2008-06-20)
  • Miki Misumi, Tomo Sasao, Mandy Manning, and Goh Kawai
    Systematic presentations increase writing, interaction and confidence
    Proceedings of the Teachers of English as a Second Language Conference (TESOL 2008), New York, New York, USA (2008-04-04)
  • Tsutomu Yoshida, Takafumi Utashiro, Yasushi Kawai, and Goh Kawai
    Depicting context graphically improves prosodic production
    Proceedings of the Teachers of English as a Second Language Conference (TESOL 2008), New York, New York, USA (2008-04-04)
  • Goh Kawai
    Large-scale online English language learning at Hokkaido University
    Sapporo Gakuin University CALL Workshop 2007, invited talk, Sapporo, Japan (2007-10-20)
  • Hiroya Tanaka, Jun Matsuya, Goh Kawai and Yasushi Kawai
    Vocab Retriever, a self-study tool for stimulating vocabulary learning strategies
    Proceedings of Japan Society for Educational Technology (JSET 2007), Tokorozawa, Japan (2007-09-23)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    CALL courseware for learning reactive tokens in face-to-face dialogs
    Proceedings of Interspeech 2007, Antwerp, Belgium (2007-08-30)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Goh Kawai, Wentao Gu, and Nobuaki Minematsu
    F0 models show Chinese speakers of Japanese insert intonational boundaries and drop pitch
    Proceedings of Interspeech 2007, Antwerp, Belgium (2007-08-30)
  • Noriaki Katagiri and Goh Kawai
    Students react confidently to consistent oral classroom commands using controlled vocabulary
    Proceedings of Japan Society of English Language Education Conference (JASELE 2007), Oita, Japan (2007-08-04)
  • Tsutomu Yoshida, Takafumi Utashiro, Yasushi Kawai, and Goh Kawai
    Speaking parts in graphically-represented contexts facilitates oral expressibility
    Proceedings of Japan Society of English Language Education Conference (JASELE 2007), Oita, Japan (2007-08-04)
  • Akio Ohnishi and Goh Kawai
    A computerized telephone conversation simulator for listening and speaking practice
    Proceedings of the Computer Aided Language Instruction Consortium Conference (CALICO 2007), San Marcos, Texas, USA (2007-05-24)
  • Takafumi Utashiro, Tsutomu Yoshida, and Goh Kawai
    Improving conversation skills by teaching Japanese reactive tokens using CALL courseware
    Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Report, Thought and Language, 107(10)35-38 (2007-04-20)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    A blended learning syllabus and courseware for Japanese reactive tokens
    Proceedings of the International Pragmatics & Language Learning Conference (PLL-2007), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (2007-03-26)
  • Goh Kawai and Takafumi Utashiro
    Self-learning courseware for producing Japanese reactive tokens
    Proceedings of Joint Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan (ASA-ASJ-2006), invited paper, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (2006-11-28)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Wentao Gu, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu, and Goh Kawai
    Analysis of prosodic features in native and non-native Japanese using generation process model of fundamental frequency contours
    Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Report, Speech, 106(333)19-24 (2006-11-10)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    Development and evaluation of DiscourseWare, a CALL coursware for learners of Japanese as a second language learning reactive tokens
    Proceedings of the Japan Society of Educational Technology (JSET-2006), Osaka, Japan (2006-11-05)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    Developing DiscourseWare, a CALL courseware for understanding and producing the form, location and movement of audio-visual reactive tokens
    Proceedings of the Phonetic Society of Japan (PSJ-2006), Tokyo, Japan (2006-10-01)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Goh Kawai, Keikichi Hirose and Nobuaki Minematsu
    Unfilled pauses in Japanese sentences read aloud by non-native learners
    Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2006, 725-728, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (2006-09-18)
  • Takafumi Utashiro and Goh Kawai
    Back-channeling analysis for computer-based learning of discourse skills
    Proceedings of EUROCALL 2006, Granada, Spain (2006-09-04)
  • Goh Kawai
    Peer-monitored English language learning in asynchronous online environments
    Proceedings of the 12th International CALL Research Conference (CALL 2006), Antwerp, Belgium (2006-08-20, unable to attend)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu and Goh Kawai
    Pitch-patterns of Japanese sentences spoken by Chinese speakers, and a prosody-learning system incorporating such analyses
    Proceedings of International Conference on Japanese Language Education 2006, New York, New York, USA (2006-08-05)
  • Goh Kawai
    Asynchronous group learning in online EFL courses with minimal instructor presence
    Proceedings of Joint American Association for Applied Linguistics and Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL-2006), Montreal, Canada (2006-06-17)
  • Goh Kawai
    Designing online learning tasks for instructor-less peer-learning
    Proceedings of the Japan Association of Language Teachers Conference 2006 (JALTCALL 2006), Sapporo, Japan (2006-06-06)
  • Goh Kawai
    English language collaborative learning in asynchronous online environments
    Proceedings of the Computer Aided Language Instruction Consortium Conference (CALICO 2006), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (2006-05-20)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu and Goh Kawai
    Prosodic features and evaluation of Japanese sentences spoken by Chinese learners
    Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Report, Speech, 105(686)23-28 (2006-03-28)
  • Goh Kawai
    Collaborative peer-based language learning in unsupervised asynchronous online environments
    Proceedings of Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing (C5-2006), Berkeley, California, USA (2006-01-26)
  • Goh Kawai, Yasushi Kawai and Akio Ohnishi
    The design and field test of Voice Chat, an asynchronous tool for exchanging voice messages
    Proceedings of the Acoustical Society of Japan 2005 Fall Conference, (not peer-reviewed), Sendai, Japan (2005-09-27)
  • Hiroko Hirano and Goh Kawai
    Pitch patterns of intonational phrases and intonational phrase groups in native and non-native speech
    Proceedings of Interspeech-2005, 761-764, Lisboa, Portugal (2005-09-04)
  • Hiroko Hirano and Goh Kawai
    Modeling pitch errors of Japanese intonational phrases spoken by a native speaker of Chinese
    Proceedings of InSTIL 2004, 127-130, Venice, Italy (2004-06-17)
  • Hiroko Hirano, Yoshitaka Yamashita and Goh Kawai
    Pitch features of Japanese intonational phrases spoken by a native speaker of Chinese
    Proceedings of the Acoustical Society of Japan 2004 Spring Conference, (not peer-reviewed), Atsugi, Japan, (2004-03-18)
  • Goh Kawai and Jan van Santen
    Detecting syllabic nuclei and measuring speech rate using acoustic measures
    ICPhS (International Conference of Phonetic Sciences) Barcelona, Spain (2003-08-09)
  • Goh Kawai and Jan van Santen
    Automatic detection of syllabic nuclei using acoustic measures
    2002 IEEE Workshop on Speech Synthesis, Santa Monica, California (2002-09-11)
  • Goh Kawai
    Estimating sonority from F0 and speech energy measurements
    Second Spoken Language Science and Engineering Workshop, Tokyo Institute of Technology (2002-03-01)
  • Keikichi Hirose, Carlos T. Ishi and Goh Kawai
    On the use of speech recognition technology for foreign language pronunciation teaching
    Journal of the Phonetic Society of Korea, no 42, pp. 37-46 (2001-12-xx)
  • Goh Kawai, Akira Ishida, and Keikichi Hirose
    Detecting and correcting mispronunciation in non-native pronunciation learning using a speech recognizer incorporating bilingual phone models
    Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan, vol 57, no 9 (2001-09-xx)
  • Goh Kawai
    Either Japan has its head in the sand or the U.S. is out of its mind: trends in academic career development
    Journal of the Japan Artificial Intelligence Society, vol 16, no 3 (2001-05-xx)
  • Goh Kawai
    Audiovisual speech synthesis
    Invited plenary forum on the Integration of Speech Technology in Language Learning, CALICO 2001, University of Central Florida (2001-03-17)
  • Goh Kawai
    Something to think about: trends in academic career development
    JSAI (Japan Society of Artificial Intelligence) Workshop on Spoken Language Understanding and Dialogue Processing (2000-11-11)
  • Goh Kawai and Marija Tabain
    Automatically detecting mispronunciations in the speech of hearing-impaired children.
    Proceedings of InSTIL 2000 (Dundee, U.K.), pp. 39-48 (2000-09-29)
  • Goh Kawai
    Acoustic models and phonological rules for automatically recognizing and training deaf children's speech.
    Technical Report of the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers), SP00-7 (2000-03-09)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Teaching the pronunciation of Japanese double-mora phonemes using speech recognition technology.
    Invited paper for the special issue on language learning using speech recognition technology.
    Speech Communication, vol. 30, pp. 131-143 (2000-02-xx)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Native language identification using multilingual phonological models.
    Proceedings of the 1999 Japan-China Symposium on Advanced Information Technology (Tokyo, Japan), pp. 91-98 (1999-10-xx)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Native language identification using phonological models of multiple languages.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1999 Fall Conference (Izumo, Japan), pp. 53-54 (1999-09-29)
  • Goh Kawai and Carlos Toshinori Ishi
    A system for learning the pronunciation of Japanese pitch accent.
    Proceedings of Eurospeech (Budapest, Hungary), pp. 177-180 (1999-09-05)
  • Goh Kawai, Ching Siu Lim, and Keikichi Hirose
    A CALL system for correcting vowel insertions in English spoken by native speakers of Japanese.
    Proceedings of ICPhS (International Congress of Phonetic Sciences) (San Francisco, California), pp. 767-770 (1999-08-01)
  • Jin-song Zhang, Goh Kawai, and Keikichi Hirose
    Subsyllabic tone units for reducing physiological effects in automatic tone recognition for connected Mandarin Chinese.
    Proceedings of ICPhS (International Congress of Phonetic Sciences) (San Francisco, California), pp. 2367-2370 (1999-08-01)
  • Carlos Toshinori Ishii, Goh Kawai, and Keikichi Hirose
    A pronunciation teaching system for Japanese lexical pitch accent.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1999 Spring Conference (Kawasaki, Japan), pp. 245-246 (1999-03-10)
  • Goh Kawai
    Spoken language processing applied to nonnative language pronunciation learning.
    PhD dissertation, University of Tokyo (1999-02-14)
  • Goh Kawai
    Some can, some can't: Japanese learning to speak English.
    Invited survey for the special issue on learning nonnative languages.
    Journal of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan), vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 45-50, (1999-01-xx)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    A method for measuring the intelligibility and nonnativeness of phone quality in foreign language pronunciation training.
    Proceedings of ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing) (Sydney, Australia), pp. 1823-1826 (1998-11-30)
  • Jinfu Ni, Goh Kawai, and Keikichi Hirose
    A synthesis-oriented model of phrasal pitch movements in standard Chinese.
    Proceedings of ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing) (Sydney, Australia), pp. 3317-3320 (1998-11-30)
  • Goh Kawai
    The mechanism and usefulness of computer-based nonnative pronunciation learning systems.
    22nd Tokyo Spoken Language Workshop (Tokyo, Japan) (1998-11-21)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    A bilingual speech recognizer for detecting phone-level pronunciation errors in nonnative speech.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1998 Fall Conference (Yonezawa, Japan), pp. 221-222 (1998-09-24)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Using speech recognition to detect epenthetic vowels in English spoken by native speakers of Japanese.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1998 Fall Conference (Yonezawa, Japan), pp. 223-224 (1998-09-24)
  • Goh Kawai
    Highlights of the STiLL (Speech Technology in Language Learning) workshop.
    IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Spoken Language Processing, 98-SLP-22-7 (1998-07-24)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    A CALL system for teaching the duration and phone quality of Japanese tokushuhaku.
    Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the ICA (International Conference on Acoustics) and ASA (Acoustical Society of America) (Seattle, Washington), pp. 2981-2982 (1998-06-26)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    A CALL system using speech recognition to train the pronunciation of Japanese tokushuhaku.
    Proceedings of STiLL (Speech Technology in Language Learning) (Marholmen, Sweden), pp. 73-76 (1998-05-25)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Detecting pronunciation errors of nonnative speakers of Japanese using speech recognition algorithms.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1998 Spring Conference (Yokohama, Japan), pp. 339-340 (1998-03-18)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Applying speech recognition to the teaching of Japanese pronunciation.
    IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Spoken Language Processing, 98-SLP-20-17 (1998-02-05)
  • Goh Kawai, Tetsunori Kobayashi, Kazuya Takeda, and Hiroyuki Nishi
    The search for a new paradigm for robust speech recognition.
    IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Spoken Language Processing, 98-SLP-20-7 (1998-02-05)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    A CALL system using speech recognition to train the pronunciation of Japanese long vowels, the mora nasal, and mora obstruents.
    Proceedings of Eurospeech 1997 (Rhodes, Greece), pp. 657-660 (1998-09-23)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Improving the validity of corrective feedback of a CALL system using speech recognition to teach tokushuhaku production.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1997 Fall Conference (Sapporo, Japan), pp. 357-358 (1998-09-17)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Applying speech recognition to Japanese tokushuhaku pronunciation teaching.
    Proceedings of the 5th JCET (Joint Conference on Educational Technology) (Tokyo, Japan), pp. 217-218 (1998-09-11)
  • Goh Kawai and Keikichi Hirose
    Applying speech recognition to the learning of pronunciation of Japanese long vowels, the mora nasal, and mora obstruents.
    Technical Report of the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers), SP97-7 (1998-05-22)
  • Goh Kawai, Takashi Kawasaki, and Keikichi Hirose
    Speech rate normalization for CAI systems using speech recognition to train the pronunciation of Japanese long vowels, the mora nasal, and mora obstruents.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1997 Spring Conference (Kyoto, Japan), pp. 343-344 (1998-03-17)
  • Goh Kawai, Akira Ishida, and Keikichi Hirose
    A study on the reliability of scoring pronunciation of English spoken by Japanese students.
    Transactions of the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers), vol. J80-D-II, no. 1, pp. 367-368 (1997-01-xx)
  • Megumi Kameyama, Goh Kawai, and Isao Arima
    A real-time system for summarizing human-human spontaneous dialogues.
    Proceedings of ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), pp. 681-684 (1996-10-xx)
  • Goh Kawai, Takashi Kawasaki, and Keikichi Hirose
    A CAI system using speech recognition for training pronunciation of Japanese long vowels, the mora nasal, and mora obstruents.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1996 Fall Conference (Okayama, Japan), pp. 309-310 (1996-09-26)
  • Goh Kawai
    Diversification of spoken language research in the United States: confusion in the post-DARPA era.
    IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Spoken Language Processing, 96-SLP-12-7 (1996-07-26)
  • Deborah A. Dahl, Madeleine Bates, Michael Brown, William Fisher, Kate Hunicke-Smith, David Pallett, Christing Pao, Alexander Rudnicky, Elizabeth Shriberg, John Garofolo, Jonathan Fiscus, Denise Danielson, Enrico Bocchieri, Bruce Buntschuh, Beverly Schwartz, Sandra Peters, Robert Ingria, Robert Weide, Yuzong Chang, Eric Thayer, Lynette Hirschman, Joe Polifroni, Bruce Lund, Goh Kawai, Tom Kuhn, and Lew Norton
    ATIS3 Test Data (Air Travel Information Services domain corpora phase 3, development test and evaluation test material used in the December 1994 ARPA SLS Benchmark Tests)
    LDC (Linguistic Data Consortium), Philadelphia, PA, USA (1995-xx-xx)
  • Goh Kawai and Akira Ishida
    The effectiveness of a speech recognition system for grading the pronunciation of English read by Japanese students.
    IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers) Fall Conference (Tokyo, Japan) (1995-09-xx)
  • Goh Kawai and Akira Ishida
    An experimental study on the reliability of scoring pronunciation of English spoken by Japanese students.
    Technical Report of the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers), ET95-44 (1995-06-xx)
  • John Garofalo, Jon Fiscus, Kate Hunicke-Smith, Denise Danielson, Elizabeth Shriberg, Enrico Bocchieri, Bruce Buntschuh, Beverly Schwartz, Sandra Peters, Robert Ingria, Robert Weide, Yuzong Chang, Eric Thayer, Lynette Hirschman, Joe Polifroni, Bruce Lund, Goh Kawai, Tom Kuhn, Lew Norton, Deborah Dahl, Madeleine Bates, Michael Brown, Alexander Rudnicky, and David Pallett ATIS2 (Air Travel Information Services)
    LDC (Linguistic Data Consortium), Philadelphia, PA, USA (1993-xx-xx)
  • Otoya Shirotsuka, Goh Kawai, Mike Cohen, and Jared Bernstein
    Performance of speaker-independent Japanese recognizer as a function of training set size and diversity.
    Proceedings of ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing) (Banff, Alberta), pp. 297-300 (1992-10-xx)
  • Otoya Shirotsuka, Isao Arima, and Goh Kawai
    Spoken Japanese sentence recognition based on Hidden Markov Models.
    Proceedings of the ASJ (Acoustical Society of Japan) 1991 Fall Conference (Tokyo, Japan), pp. 31-32 (1991-10-xx)