New efficient measures for estimating uncertainty of deep neural network (DNN) classifiers are proposed and successfully applied to multistream-based unsupervised adaptation of ASR systems to address uncertainty derived from noise. The proposed measure is the error from associative memory models trained on outputs of a DNN. In the present study, an attempt is made to use autoencoders for remembering the property of data. Another measure proposed is an extension of the M-measure, which computes the divergences of probability estimates spaced at specific time intervals. The extended measure results in an improved reliability by considering the latent information of phoneme duration. Experimental comparisons carried out in a multistream-based ASR paradigm demonstrates that the proposed measures yielded improvements over the multistyle trained system and system selected based on existing measures. Fusion of the proposed measures achieved almost the same performance as the oracle system selection.