Recent Advances in Automatic Speech Summarization

  title={Recent Advances in Automatic Speech Summarization},
  author={Sadaoki Furui},
  journal={2006 IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop},
Speech summarization technology, which extracts important information and removes irrelevant information from speech, is expected to play an important role in building speech archives and improving the efficiency of spoken document retrieval. However, speech summarization has a number of significant challenges that distinguish it from general text summarization. Fundamental problems with speech summarization include speech recognition errors, disfluencies, and difficulties of sentence… CONTINUE READING


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