Shuji Doshita

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The problem we want to handle in this paper is vagueness. A notion of space, which we basically have, plays an important part in the faculty of thinking and speech. In this paper, we concentrate on a particular class of spatial descriptions , namely descriptions about positional relations on a two-dimensional space. A theoretical device we present in this(More)
We propose an eecient t w o-pass search algorithm for LVCSR. Instead of conventional word graph, the rst preliminary pass generates word trellis index", keeping track of all survived word hypotheses within the beam every time-frame. As it represents all found word boundaries non-deterministically, w e can 1 obtain accurate sentence-dependent hypotheses on(More)
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A task-independent ller modeling for robust key-phrase detection and veriication is proposed. Instead of assuming task-speciic lexical knowledge, our model is designed to characterize phrases depending on the speaking-style, thus can be trained with large corpora of diierent but similar tasks. We present t w o implementations of the portable and general(More)