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It is also suggested that acoustic models made from CSJ have better coverage of triphones and better matching of acoustic characteristics corresponding to the speaking style and also have a better match with recording conditions of the test set. 3%. 75 g70 & 65 2 60 1 55 •J 50 |45 40 Acous. model Ling, model Speaker adapt. n v—m RdA WebL w/o I! SpnA WebL w/o RdA SpnL w/o SpnA SpnL w/o SpnA SpnL with Figure 6. Word accuracy for each combination of models; RdA: read-speech-based acoustic model, SpnA: CSJ-based acoustic model, WebL: Web-based language model, and SpnL: CSJbased language model.
The project will be conducted over a 5-year period under the following three major themes as shown in Figure 5. Speech Recognition Technology in Multimodal/Ubiquitous Environments Large-scale spontaneous speech corpus Spontaneous speech World knowledge Linguistic information Para-linguistic information Discourse information Understanding Information extraction Summarization • Summarized V text J Figure 5. Overview of the Japanese national project on spontaneous speech corpus and processing technology.
The second feature set consists of maximum and minimum values of the integral of the optical flow. The second set is more effective than the first one since this feature set has not only silence (pause) information but also opening/closing information of the mouth. Each feature set is combined with an acoustic feature set using the feature-fusion method in the framework of HMM-based recognition. Triphone HMMs are trained using the combined parameter sets extracted from clean speech data. Noise-corrupted speech recognition experiments have been carried out using audio-visual data from 11 male speakers uttering connected digits.