Robust Error Correction of Continuous Speech Recognition

  title={Robust Error Correction of Continuous Speech Recognition},
  author={Eric K. Ringger and James F. Allen},
We present a post-processing technique for correcting errors committed by an arbitrary continuous speechrecognizer. The technique leverages our observation that consistent recognition errors arising from mismatched training and usageconditions can be modeled and corrected. We have implemented a post-processor called SPEECHPP to correct word-level errors, and we show that this post-processing technique applies successfully when the training and usage domains differ even slightly; for the… CONTINUE READING

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