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The effect of component recognition on flexibility and speech recognition performance in a spoken question answering system. By Mike Dalton The effect of component recognition on flexibility and speech recognition performance in a spoken question answering system A spoken question answering system that recognizes questions as full sentences performs well when users ask one of the questions defined A system that recognizes component words and finds an equivalen
  • Title: The effect of component recognition on flexibility and speech recognition performance in a spoken question answering system.
  • Author: Mike Dalton
  • ISBN: 9781109037807
  • Page: 173
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  • The effect of component recognition on flexibility and speech recognition performance in a spoken question answering system. By Mike Dalton A spoken question answering system that recognizes questions as full sentences performs well when users ask one of the questions defined A system that recognizes component words and finds an equivalent defined question might be flexible, but is likely to have decreased speech recognition performance, leading to a loss in overall system success The research describedA spoken question answering system that recognizes questions as full sentences performs well when users ask one of the questions defined A system that recognizes component words and finds an equivalent defined question might be flexible, but is likely to have decreased speech recognition performance, leading to a loss in overall system success The research described in this document compares the advantage in flexibility to the loss in recognition performance when using component recognition Questions posed by participants were processed by a system of each type As expected, the component system made frequent recognition errors while detecting words word error rate of 31% In comparison, the full system made fewer errors while detecting full sentences sentence error rate of 10% Nevertheless, the component system succeeded in providing proper responses to 76% of the queries posed, while the full system responded properly to only 46% Four variations of the traditional tf idf weighting method were compared as applied to the matching of short text strings fewer than 10 words It was found that the general approach was successful in finding matches, and that all four variations compensated for the loss in speech recognition performance to a similar degree No significant difference due to the variations in weighting was detected in the results.
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