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Automatic Speech Recognition

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.

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Speech Recognition Accuracy Doesn’t Matter!

Vendor Accuracy is Meaningless! Why when accuracy would seem all-important? Let me clarify. Of course, speech recognition accuracy is an important metric. There are several measures of ASR Performance. Your ASR enabled application dictates which measure better determines usability. However, ASR accuracy figures quoted by

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The Impacts of Unsupported Speech Phrases

In earlier posts, we discussed how we might specify and measure speech recognition accuracy when using a constrained grammar model. The definition of the required phrases was also explored. If we could trust the users of our system only to use the supported phrases, we

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ASR Accuracy – Specification and Definitions

ASR Accuracy and Usability In an earlier post A Word About Accuracy, we discussed various ASR accuracy methods used in requirements specifications and testing. Why word accuracy is a poor choice in simulation and command & control applications, was explained in the post “Word Error

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