Automatic Recognition of Continuous Speech: Further Development of a Hierarchical Strategy.
Final rept. 28 Jun 72-30 Aug 73,
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORP ANAHEIM CALIF ELECTRONICS RESEARCH DIV
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ACT PERIOD HAS BEEN PRIMARILY DEVOTED TO THE FOLLOWING MAJOR TASKS 1 implementation of a digital software spectral analysis procedure based on Fast Fourier Transform techniques 2 development of a clustering procedure for the purpose of obtaining steady-state phonetic referents 3 modification of segmentation and dual classification algorithms to promote compatibility of these stages with front-end processing and the sublanguage 4 development of an improved transeme classification technique involving dont care states in the feature vector 5 implementation of a revised procedure for phoneme-to-grapheme translation based on global search of phonetic paths 6 incorporation of second-order transition constraints in the phonetic lexicon for the purpose of eliminating phonologically invalid paths 7 use, for evaluation purposes of a sublanguage possessing a more diverse syntactic structure including declarative, interrogative, and imperative sentences. Modified author abstract
- Computer Programming and Software
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