Large vocabulary speech recognition using subword units

  title={Large vocabulary speech recognition using subword units},
  author={Chin-Hui Lee and Jean-Luc Gauvain and Roberto Pieraccini and Lawrence R. Rabiner},
  journal={Speech Communication},
Research in large vocabulary speech recognition has been intensively carried out worldwide, in the past several years, spurred on by advances in algorithms, architectures and hardware. In the United States, the D A R P A community has focused efforts on studying several continuous speech recognition tasks including Naval Resource Management , a 991 word task, ATIS (Air Travel Information System), a speech understanding task with an open vocabulary (in practice on the order of several thousand… CONTINUE READING
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