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OLR 2021 Challenge: Datasets, Rules and Baselines

@article{Wang2021OLR2C,
  title={OLR 2021 Challenge: Datasets, Rules and Baselines},
  author={Binling Wang and Wenxuan Hu and Jing Li and Yiming Zhi and Zheng Li and Q. Hong and Lin Li and Dong Wang and Liming Song and Cheng Yang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.11113}
}
  • Binling Wang, Wenxuan Hu, +7 authors Cheng Yang
  • Published 2021
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
This paper introduces the sixth Oriental Language Recognition (OLR) 2021 Challenge, which intends to improve the performance of language recognition systems and speech recognition systems within multilingual scenarios. The data profile, four tasks, two baselines, and the evaluation principles are introduced in this paper. In addition to the Language Identification (LID) tasks, multilingual Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) tasks are introduced to OLR 2021 Challenge for the first time. The… Expand

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