Speech Interface Exploiting Intentionally-Controlled Nonverbal Speech Information

@inproceedings{Goto2005SpeechIE,
  title={Speech Interface Exploiting Intentionally-Controlled Nonverbal Speech Information},
  author={Masataka Goto},
  year={2005}
}
This paper describes our research on speech interfaces using nonverbal speech information. Although speech information consists of verbal and nonverbal information, most speechrecognition research has made use of only verbal information such as words and sentences. From among nonverbal information, we have focused on hesitation (filled pause) and prosody (voice pitch) to create four speech-interface functions: Speech Completion, Speech Shift, Speech Starter, and Speech Spotter. Hesitation, for… CONTINUE READING