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Expanding the Scope of the ATIS Task: The ATIS-3 Corpus
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The migration of the ATIS task to a richer relational database and development corpus (ATIS-3) and the ATis-3 corpus is described, including breakdowns of data by type (e.g. context-independent, context-dependent, and unevaluable) and variations in the data collected at different sites. Expand
The DARPA 1000-word resource management database for continuous speech recognition
A database of continuous read speech has been designed and recorded within the DARPA strategic computing speech recognition program. The data is intended for use in designing and evaluatingExpand
1993 Benchmark Tests for the ARPA Spoken Language Program
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This paper reports results obtained in benchmark tests conducted within the ARPA Spoken Language program in November and December of 1993, including foreign participants from Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Expand
Tools for the analysis of benchmark speech recognition tests
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The development of tools for the analysis of benchmark speech recognition system tests and studies of an alternative to the alignment process presently used in the DARPA/NIST scoring software are reported. Expand
Benchmark Tests for the DARPA Spoken Language Program
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These tests were reported on and discussed in detail at the Spoken Language Systems Technology Workshop held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, January 20-22, 1993. Expand
A statistical text-to-phone function using ngrams and rules
  • W. Fisher
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
  • 15 March 1999
TLDR
This work presents here the methods and results of a relatively compact and fast set of TTP rules that achieves 94.5% segmental phonemic accuracy. Expand
Multi-Site Data Collection and Evaluation in Spoken Language Understanding
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This work focuses here on selection of training and test data, evaluation of language understanding, and the continuing search for evaluation methods that will correlate well with expected performance of the technology in applications. Expand
2000 NIST EVALUATION OF CONVERSATIONAL SPEECH RECOGNITION OVER THE TELEPHONE: ENGLISH AND MANDAR IN PERFORMANCE RESULTS
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This paper documents the use of conversational telephone speech test materials in the NIST coordinated evaluation conducted early in 2000, and discusses in the Appendices some reasons for these test sets being easier than previous test sets. Expand
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