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Using intonation to constrain language models in speech recognition.
(International Speech Communication Association, 1997)
This paper describes a method for using intonation to reduce word error rate in a speech recognition system designed to recognise spontaneous dialogue speech. We use a form of dialogue analysis based on the theory of ...
Speech Recognition Via Phonetically Featured Syllables
(International Speech Communication Association, 1998-12)
We describe a speech recogniser which uses a speech production-motivated phonetic-feature description of speech. We argue that this is a natural way to describe the speech signal and offers an efficient intermediate ...
Intonation and dialogue context as constraints for speech recognition
(Robert Draper, 1998)
This paper describes a way of using intonation and dialogue context to improve the performance of an automatic speech recognition(ASR) system. Our experiments were run on the DCIEM Maptask corpus, a corpus of spontaneous ...
Using Prosodic Information to Constrain Language Models for Spoken Dialogue
We present work intended to improve speech recognition performance for computer dialogue by taking into account the way that dialogue context and intonational tune interact to limit the possibilities for what an utterance ...