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Modelling the effects of spontaneous speech in speech recognition

Author
Shulz, H.; Fonollosa, José A. R.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
2013 Speech Processing Conference
Date of publication
2013
Presentation's date
2013-07-01
Book of congress proceedings
2013 Speech Processing Conference: conference proceedings: July 1-2, 2013: AFEKA, Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering
Project funding
Assessorament en el desenvolupament de tecnologia de la parla en el marc del projecte BUSCAMEDIA del programa CeNIT
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/20204 Open in new window
URL
https://events.eventact.com/afeka/aclp2012/Modelling%20the%20Effects%20of%20Spontaneous%20Speech%20in%20Speech%20Recognition_Schulz%20et%20al.pdf Open in new window
Abstract
Intrinsic variability of the speaker in spontaneous speech remains a challenge to state of the art Automatic speech recognition (ASR). While planned speech exhibits a moderate variability, the significant variability of spontaneous speech is caused by situation, context, intention, emotion and listeners. This conditioning of speech is observable in terms of speaking rate and in feature space. We analysed broadcast news (BN) and broadcast conversational (BC) speech in terms of phoneme rate (PR) a...
Citation
Shulz, H.; Fonollosa, José A. R. Modelling the effects of spontaneous speech in speech recognition. A: Speech Processing Conference. "2013 Speech Processing Conference: conference proceedings: July 1-2, 2013: AFEKA, Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering". Tel-Aviv: 2013.
Group of research
IDEAI-UPC - Intelligent Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Research Center
TALP - Centre for Language and Speech Technologies and Applications
VEU - Speech Processing Group

Participants