Prosodic adaptation in human-computer interaction

@inproceedings{Bell2003ProsodicAI,
  title={Prosodic adaptation in human-computer interaction},
  author={Linda Bell and Joakim Gustafson and Mattias Heldner},
  year={2003}
}
State-of-the-art speech recognizers are trained on predominantly normal speech and have difficulties handling either exceedingly slow and hyperarticulated or fast and sloppy speech. Explicitly inst ... 

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