Predicting hyperarticulate speech during human-computer error resolution

@article{Oviatt1998PredictingHS,
  title={Predicting hyperarticulate speech during human-computer error resolution},
  author={Sharon L. Oviatt and Margaret MacEachern and Gina-Anne Levow},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={87-110}
}
When speaking to interactive systems, people sometimes hyperarticulate— or adopt a clarified form of speech that has been associated with increased recognition errors. The goals of the present study were: (1) to establish a flexible simulation method for studying users’ reactions to system errors, (2) to analyze the type and magnitude of linguistic adaptations in speech during human-computer error resolution, (3) to provide a unified theoretical model for interpreting and predicting users… CONTINUE READING
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