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Continuous Streaming Multi-Talker ASR with Dual-path Transducers

@article{Raj2021ContinuousSM,
  title={Continuous Streaming Multi-Talker ASR with Dual-path Transducers},
  author={Desh Raj and Liang Lu and Zhuo Chen and Yashesh Gaur and Jinyu Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.08555}
}
  • Desh Raj, Liang Lu, +2 authors Jinyu Li
  • Published 17 September 2021
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
Streaming recognition of multi-talker conversations has so far been evaluated only for 2-speaker single-turn sessions. In this paper, we investigate it for multi-turn meetings containing multiple speakers using the Streaming Unmixing and Recognition Transducer (SURT) model, and show that naively extending the single-turn model to this harder setting incurs a performance penalty. As a solution, we propose the dual-path (DP) modeling strategy first used for timedomain speech separation. We… Expand
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