Integrating spelling into spoken dialogue recognition

@inproceedings{Hild1995IntegratingSI,
  title={Integrating spelling into spoken dialogue recognition},
  author={Hermann Hild and Alexander H. Waibel},
  booktitle={EUROSPEECH},
  year={1995}
}
Recognition of spelled letter sequences is essential for many real-world applications which involve arbitrary names or addresses. Often the letter sequences carry the sentence's crucial information; therefore, it is important to correctly localize and recognize the spelled string. However, large vocabulary speech recognizers tend to perform poorly on spelled letters, especially if they have to deal with spontaneous speech. The research presented here aims at improving the recognition accuracy… CONTINUE READING

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