We present a general framework for navigating complex structures— specifically, tables, frames, and forms—found in web-pages. Our framework is based on an (automatically or manually created) program written in a domain specific language that captures the semantic structure of the table/frame/form as well as specifies the strategy to be used for navigating… (More)
In this paper, we provide a progress report on the development of technology to support the non-visual navigation of complex HTML and XML structures.
We describe Microsoft's conversational speech recognition system, in which we combine recent developments in neural-network-based acoustic and language modeling to advance the state of the art on the Switchboard recognition task. Inspired by machine learning ensemble techniques, the system uses a range of convolutional and recurrent neural networks.… (More)
Based on the Fourier slice theorem used in X-ray tomography and paraxial approximation, an iterative method was developed to eliminate the influence of wavefront curvature on reconstructed images. Computer simulations showed that the quality of reconstructed images was apparently improved by using the method. In comparison with already existing methods, the… (More)