Recognition of Numbers and Strings of Numbers by Using Demisyllables: One Speaker Experiment
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This communication reports the use of demisyllables for continuous speech recognition in a specific application: the recognition of Spanish numbers. After a brief outline of the recognition system, a description of demisyllable syntactic constraints and one-speaker reference generation is provided. Finally, the recognition performance is assessed by means of two experiments: the recognition of integer numbers from zero to one thousand and telephone numbers uttered in a Spanish way (strings of integers from zero to ninety nine), in both applications the results that the system yielded were excellent.
CitationMariño, J.B., Nadeu, C., Moreno, A., Monte, E. Recognition of Numbers and Strings of Numbers by Using Demisyllables: One Speaker Experiment. A: European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology. "EUROSPEECH '89 - First European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology: Paris, France September 27-29, 1989". 1989, p. 1102-1105.