The ELISA consortium approaches in broadcast news speaker segmentation during the NIST 2003 rich transcription evaluation

@article{Moraru2004TheEC,
  title={The ELISA consortium approaches in broadcast news speaker segmentation during the NIST 2003 rich transcription evaluation},
  author={Daniel Moraru and Sylvain Meignier and Corinne Fredouille and Laurent Besacier and Jean-François Bonastre},
  journal={2004 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={I-373}
}
The paper presents the ELISA consortium activities in automatic speaker segmentation, also known as speaker diarization, during the NIST rich transcription (RT), 2003, evaluation. The experiments were conducted on real broadcast news data (HUB4). Two different approaches from the CLIPS and LIA laboratories are presented and different possibilities of combining them are investigated, in the framework of the ELISA consortium. The system submitted as an ELISA primary system obtained the second… CONTINUE READING
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