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Speech recognition has proved to be a natural interaction modality and an eeective technology for medical reporting, in particular in the speciality of radiology. High-volume text creation requirement and the complex structure of these texts make voice technologies useful. By employing speech, professionals in the eld can generate reports and do so at a(More)
In the last few years the computational power of general-purpose machines has dramatically increased ; furthermore high performance workstations quite often ooer multimedial capabilities. Therefore it is now possible to implement automatic Speech Recognizers (SRs) without dedicated hardware devices such as DSP boards. In this paper performance and costs for(More)
In the last few years the computational power of general-purpose machines has dramatically increased; furthermore high performance workstations quite often ooer multimedial capabilities. Therefore it is now possible to implement automatic Speech Recognizers (SRs) without dedicated hardware devices such as DSP boards. In this paper performance and costs for(More)
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  • 1994
reports, uttered by one male speaker, recorded in a noise insulated room, the prototype achieved a word accuracy of 95.6%. In a second phase another more complete acquisition started. A continuos speech database of radiological reports has been collected for the purpose of carrying on more reliable tests. The database contains 759 reports read by 4 diierent(More)
One of the targets of the first Millennium Development Goal (MDG) is to reduce the proportion of people who suffer from hunger by half between 1990 and 2015, with hunger measured as the proportion of the population who are undernourished and the prevalence of children under five who are underweight. Many countries remain far from reaching this target, and(More)
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