Optimization of String Length for Spoken Digit Input with Error Correction

@article{Ainsworth1988OptimizationOS,
  title={Optimization of String Length for Spoken Digit Input with Error Correction},
  author={William A. Ainsworth},
  journal={International Journal of Man-Machine Studies},
  year={1988},
  volume={28},
  pages={573-581}
}
No matter how much the performance of speech recognition systems improves, it is unlikely that perfect recognition will always be possible in practical situations. Environmental sounds will interfere with the recognition. In such circumstances it is sensible to provide feedback so that any errors which occur may be detected and corrected. In some situations, such as when the eyes are busy or over the telephone, it is necessary to provide feedback auditorily. This takes time, so the most… CONTINUE READING
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