Y. T. Chien

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T he Internet has long been identified as an informa-ion agora (Branscomb, 1994). The role of Internet s a public space for every citizen (as opposed to purely for professionals, for example) is being shaped by two seemingly contradictory characteristics: Internet is both ubiquitous and personal. Cyberspace, unlike the traditional media types (broadcast,(More)
At a recent NSF workshop on speech understanding, Charles Wayne gave a presentation of Darpa's program on Speech and Language research. Towards the end of his presentation, he enlightened all of us with a brief outline of a possible new technology development program: High Performance Multilingual Speech and Text Processing. This is a very exciting and(More)
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