Speech recognition algorithms for voice control interfaces

R. Haeb-Umbach, P. Beyerlein, D. Geller, Philips Journal of Research (1995).

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Recognition accuracy has been the primary objective of most speech recognition research, and impressive results have been obtained, e.g. less than 0.3% word error rate on a speaker-independent digit recognition task. When it comes to real-world applications, robustness and real-time response might be more important issues. For the first requirement we review some of the work on robustness and discuss one specific technique, spectral normalization, in more detail. The requirement of real-time response has to be considered in the light of the limited hardware resources in voice control applications, which are due to the tight cost constraints. In this paper we discuss in detail one specific means to reduce the processing and memory demands: a clustering technique applied at various levels within the acoustic modelling.
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Haeb-Umbach R, Beyerlein P, Geller D. Speech recognition algorithms for voice control interfaces. Philips Journal of Research. 1995.
Haeb-Umbach, R., Beyerlein, P., & Geller, D. (1995). Speech recognition algorithms for voice control interfaces. Philips Journal of Research.
@article{Haeb-Umbach_Beyerlein_Geller_1995, title={Speech recognition algorithms for voice control interfaces}, journal={Philips Journal of Research}, author={Haeb-Umbach, Reinhold and Beyerlein, Peter and Geller, Dieter}, year={1995} }
Haeb-Umbach, Reinhold, Peter Beyerlein, and Dieter Geller. “Speech Recognition Algorithms for Voice Control Interfaces.” Philips Journal of Research, 1995.
R. Haeb-Umbach, P. Beyerlein, and D. Geller, “Speech recognition algorithms for voice control interfaces,” Philips Journal of Research, 1995.
Haeb-Umbach, Reinhold, et al. “Speech Recognition Algorithms for Voice Control Interfaces.” Philips Journal of Research, 1995.

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