The Effect of Component Recognition on Flexibility and Speech Recognition Performance in a Spoken Question Answering System

The Effect of Component Recognition on Flexibility and Speech Recognition Performance in a Spoken Question Answering System

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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.A Dell Latitude D610 was chosen for convenience. The station also required a microphone, speakers, and a mouse. ... This diagram was altered over the optimization process as leaves that did not correspond to any sample questions wereanbsp;...


Title:The Effect of Component Recognition on Flexibility and Speech Recognition Performance in a Spoken Question Answering System
Author: Mike Dalton
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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