Corpus ID: 882778

The TREC Spoken Document Retrieval Track: A Success Story

  title={The TREC Spoken Document Retrieval Track: A Success Story},
  author={John S. Garofolo and Cedric G. P. Auzanne and E. Voorhees},
  • John S. Garofolo, Cedric G. P. Auzanne, E. Voorhees
  • Published in TREC 1999
  • Computer Science
  • This paper describes work within the NIST Text REtrieval Conference (TREC) over the last three years in designing and implementing evaluations of Spoken Document Retrieval (SDR) technology within a broadcast news domain. SDR involves the search and retrieval of excerpts from spoken audio recordings using a combination of automatic speech recognition and information retrieval technologies. The TREC SDR Track has provided an infrastructure for the development and evaluation of SDR technology and… CONTINUE READING
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