Keith Ponting

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This paper describes a system for speech coding designed to operate at 300 bits/sec and below. A continuous speech recogniser is used to transcribe incoming speech as a sequence of sub-word units termed acoustic segments. Prosodic information is combined with segment identity to form a serial data stream suitable for transmission. A rule-based system maps(More)
The adaptation of existing general-purpose speech recognition and language understanding systems can greatly reduce the cost of developing applications. However, the components must have appropriate characteristics for this to be possible. Work is in progress to adapt two task-independent components, the AURIX speech recognizer and the CLARE language(More)
The concept of structured, interwoven code and documentation has existed for many years, but existing systems that implement this for the R programming language do not tightly integrate with R code, leading to several drawbacks. This article attempts to address these issues and presents 2 contributions for documentation generation for the R community.(More)
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